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Colorful Fiesta dishes are openly displayed in the kitchen. Old coffee cans from Erin's grandfather and vintage-looking signs add a jolt of fun.
A mishmash of antiques and quirky finds sets the scene for the couple's living room space. An old wagon from an antiques store doubles as a coffee table, and the couch belonged to Erin's grandmother. The couple re-covered it in Sunbrella fabric. The rug belonged to Erin's mom.
Erin's mom also gifted the antique tractor-seat chair in the corner when Jamie and Erin moved into their apartment. The small "Shine" shoebox from Stars Antique Mall stores their TV and Wii remotes, and the corner large vase once belonged to Erin's parents. It was used to carry tea on a trade route around Cape Horn to the Americas in the 18th or 19th century.
Side table: Urban Outfitters
"I love everything old. I think things had more character in earlier years," says Erin. The typewriter belonged to her grandfather.
Jamie uses an antique crate to store his collection of records. "I'd like to start a collection of crates, eventually making a large shelving unit with all of them," he says.
Erin and Jamie used a wall decal to fill space on the expansive white wall in the entryway.