Vintage Foil Christmas Tree and Vintage Ornaments

Easy Ideas for Decorating Vintage Style at Christmas

Decorating for Christmas doesn’t have to be daunting. Keep it manageable with these Easy Ideas for Decorating Vintage Style at Christmas. Add a few touches to your everyday decor . My home is Colorful with a Vintage twist, so my Christmas Décor echos that theme. Here is the outcome. Reposted an Update: November 19, 2019

Refinish a Vintage Door on a Budget

Refinish an Old Wood Front Door

This post will explain How to Refinish an Old Wood Front Door. Vintage Front Doors with Window Panes add Character to Any Front Porch Entry Space. Who loves to welcome guests into their home? I know I do. But, let’s be honest for a moment. This maybe difficult, but I’m here for you. What do

Drapes for the Living Room

Custom Drapery Hack-Get the Look for Less

Updated 3/24/2020: This post explains a Custom Drapery Hack-Get the Look for Less. I’ve sewn several sets of drapery for my home. Just so we’re clear, I’m not a “real” seamstress. I can sew a straight line, and that skill has permitted me to make changes to my window treatments through the years. This post

Marble Look Porcelain on Bookshelf Makeover

Cheap DIY Gold and Marble Shelf Makeover

This post contains information about a Cheap DIY Gold and Marble Shelf Makeover. I live for a budget-friendly makeover! Now, I recognize there’s a slew of you who would rather be eaten alive by a flesh-eating parasite than to do anything DIYish! If you want a brass and marble shelf, like I have pictured below,

Autumn into Fall Elegant Farmhouse Tablescape

Elegant Farmhouse Fall Tablescape

So you’re planning to host a fall family dinner. I have the perfect relaxed table setting that still shows you invested a little time and effort. Here’s a guide to create an Elegant Farmhouse Fall Tablescape. It is both elegant with cut crystal and vintage Johnson Brothers English Countryside Dishes, and farmhouse with brown and

The “Best Of’s” for 2016 – Except Not Really

I’ve noticed a lot of the social media “moguls” I follow in the blogosphere and on Instagram, are closing out their year with “best of 2016” feature stories. They start something like, “I thought it would be fun to share my most ‘liked’ posts of 2016”; then proceed with a blog or IG post that garnered 475,000 likes  and