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Liz Williams Interiors
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especially true for the flea market finds and vintage castoffs that tend to populate cottage-style rooms. If they look too scattered, so will the space. Massed together, these glass bottles have a collective impact.
And that's especially true for the flea market finds and vintage castoffs that tend to populate cottage-style rooms. If they look too scattered, so will the space. Massed together, these glass bottles have a collective impact.
Grouped collection of flea market items
Here's the key to making collections work: power in numbers. And that's especially true for the flea market finds and vintage castoffs that
antique bottles in numbers. Power in number with collections. Flea market finds and vintage castoffs that tend to populate cottage-style rooms. If they look too scattered, so with the space. Massed together, these glass
“gorgeous opalescent blue glass” — tad57
Rikki Snyder
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Eclectic Farm House
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Mercado das pulgas - flea market
2. Go to a flea market, antiques fair or fun vintage shop. Nowhere has more interior inspiration than a good flea market. The wild mishmash of colorful china and textiles,
Rikki SnyderSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 2. Go to a flea market, antiques fair or fun vintage shop. Nowhere has more interior inspiration than a good flea market. The wild mishmash of colorful china and textiles, worn wood furniture and ephemera is sure to spark
2. Go to a flea market, antiques fair or fun vintage shop. Nowhere has more interior inspiration than a good flea market. The wild mishmash of colorful china and textiles, worn wood furniture and ephemera is sure to spark
Go to a flea market, antiques fair or fun vintage shop. Nowhere has more interior inspiration than a good flea market. The wild mishmash of colorful china and textiles, worn wood furniture and ephemera is sure to spark
“跳蚤风格” — Jinqiu
Annie McElwain Photography
My Home
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Nightstands: flea market; bedside light; Amazon; shelves: Umbra
material is easily accessible on wall shelves next to the bed. Flea market accessories, sourced from her favorite spots at the Rose Bowl Flea Market and the Ventura Flea Market, accompany a simple industrial lamp. Nightstands: flea market; bedside light; Amazon; shelves: Umbra
material is easily accessible on wall shelves next to the bed. Flea market accessories, sourced from her favourite spots at the Rose Bowl Flea Market and the Ventura Flea Market, accompany a simple industrial lamp. Nightstands: flea market; bedside light; Amazon; shelves: Umbra
lampe industrielle, toute simple. Tous ces accessoires ont été trouvés dans des marchés aux puces, et en particulier ceux de Rose Bowl Flea Market et de Ventura Flea Market, ses adresses de prédilection. Tables de nuit : marché aux puces ; lampe de chevet ; Amazon ; étagères : Umbra
“nightstand plus lamp” — Nóra Pellérdi
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repurpose an antique from a flea market
Island - 10. A repurposed antique. Consider shopping at the flea market for something unique; antique chests, cupboards and more can be transformed into one-of-a-kind islands. This piece, once a Tibetan altar, has found
A repurposed antique. Consider shopping at the flea market for something unique; antique chests, cupboards and more can be transformed into one-of-a-kind islands. This piece, once a Tibetan altar, has found
10. Repurpose an antique. Consider shopping at a flea market for something unique; antique chests, cupboards and more can be transformed into one-of-a-kind islands. This piece, once a Tibetan altar, has found
10. Repurpose an antiqueConsider shopping at a flea market for something unique; antique chests, cupboards and more can be transformed into one-of-a-kind islands. This piece, once a Tibetan altar, has found
“Kitchen” — ntimmeriv
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
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1. Hang a vintage sign. One big, statement-making piece is enough to bring an outdoor room into focus. Hunt through the stalls at local flea markets or search online to find a sign that speaks to you. Spending a little more than you’re used to on this one item can actually be worth it, because
vintage sign - flea markets sawhorse table - sawhorses from hardware store and a door slab can paint or use a table cloth like the white stools too
1. Hang a vintage sign. One big, statement-making piece is enough to bring an outdoor room into focus. Hunt through the stalls at local flea markets or search online to find a sign that speaks to you. Spending a little more than you’re used to on this one item can actually be worth it, because
“Fish and chips sign” — Chris Tsakalakis
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Sterling PublishingSaveEmail 3. Invest in showstopping hardware. Swap out bland doorknobs and knockers for instant pizzazz on the cheap. You can search flea markets and architectural salvage stores for one-of-a-kind vintage models, but even home centers carry eye-catching styles these days. Choose a knocker
Swap out bland doorknobs and knockers for instant pizzazz on the cheap. You can search flea markets and architectural salvage stores for one-of-a-kind vintage models, but even home centers carry eye-catching styles these days.
3. Invest in showstopping hardware. Swap out bland doorknobs and knockers for instant pizzazz on the cheap. You can search flea markets and architectural salvage stores for one-of-a-kind vintage models, but even home centers carry eye-catching styles these days. Choose a knocker that offers
“does this hardware exist?” — jensmi65
Rikki Snyder
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Eclectic Farm House
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collected from flea markets over the years. I love how the light shines through the shades — they look a lot like stained glass," she says.
painted lampshade, she makes lamps out of assorted pieces found at flea markets, etc
in the house. "I’ve painted a lot of the lampshades in the house and had the lamp bases assembled out of antique lamp parts that I collected from flea markets over the years. I love how the light shines through the shades — they look a lot like stained glass," she says.
in the house. "I’ve painted a lot of the lampshades in the house and had the lamp bases assembled out of antique lamp parts that I collected from flea markets over the years. I love how the light shines through the shades — they look a lot like stained glass," she says.
“Color pop” — Missy Hays
Heather Freeman Design Co.
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Open Shelving
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counters are a great opportunity to practice the art of display. You can't go wrong with classic white dishes and clear glass, but fun mismatched flea market finds would work equally well if that's your style.
classic white dishes and clar glass ,but fun flea market finds
counters are a great opportunity to practice the art of display. You can't go wrong with classic white dishes and clear glass, but fun mismatched flea market finds would work equally well if that's your style.
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