Whitewashed wood furniture co-mingles with a fragrant melange of lavender and daffodils while the crystal chandelier makes dining with mason jars feel like more than just a casual meal. Among this eclectic mix of rustic and country, the old ladder in the background does not look as foreign as it seems.
Recycle, reuse and reinvent something beautiful. In this lovely vignette, a book tree crafted from old torn pages naturally coexists with salvaged palladian windows. A repurposed cloche reinforces the shabby chic aesthetic.
Vintage grain sacks and antique ironing cloths inject a feeling nostalgia and history into the room. Notice the chair seat has also been reupholstered with a vintage grain sack.
Old glass bottles become instant decor when arranged in attractive clusters. The worn shutter against the wall helps to create an appreciation for this collected look.
Reconsider vintage fabrics. This memo board upholstered in a gingham print reminds me of a summer of Southern country picnics.
Be playful by using vintage signage in unexpected places. This "Use at Your Own Risk" sign adds a little humor to a bathroom.
A vintage file holder has found a new life as a plate rack. Preserving the patina on a piece like this allows the character of the home to shine through.
In this hardworking pantry, perfectly organized mason jars beautifully display the season's harvest.
This glossy red kitchen scale puts some fun into portion control.
Burlap curtains take on a softer persona when paired with dreamy whites and watery hues.