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If you have been following me for any length of time, you know I like thrifting and vintage pieces. I decided to combine the two on my open shelves in our kitchen. I created my own Vintage Style Open Shelves with a few things by shopping my home.
After a few tries of moving and switching things around, I came up with something I am happy with.
This would be perfect for Spring, Fall and Summer, as well. Of course, at Christmas/Winter I would create a whole new vignette.
My Vintage Style Open Shelves are something you see as soon as you walk into our home. As I took my time styling the open shelves. A statement piece, if you will. Not anything that would take over the kitchen area, but something to showcase my style.
As you can see I like galvanized, rustic, blue, green and real bird nests.
Hubby and I found a perfect nest in the grass as I walking out to our pool. I like the details and the soft straw it is made with. I have to be really careful with is, as it falls apart very easily. Does anyone know how to preserve a nest?
The rustic basket was a found at TJ MAXX, and the platter was a thrifted find.
The sweet gather sign is from an Instagram friend, Camilla Cottage Decor. She is really talented.
As for the rustic basket, I filled it with faux succulents and a grapevine sphere. Having found the sphere for a dollar at a local thrift shop, I was over the moon! Fun kind of deal, don’t you think?
Each of the glass insulators were gifts. The one is the middle has frosted glass with beautiful waves.
My scale was actually owned by my grandma. The nest is very unique. I have no idea what kind it is. As you can see it is primarily made with straight sticks and twigs.
One day the past Spring I made my own pallet art. Something I hadn’t done before. It was easy and the tutorial can be found here.
Like I said, the Vintage Style Open Shelves are a statement piece. It showcases my style without taking over the whole room.
What kind of statement piece would you create for your home? Would you shop your home, like I did?
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Make it a lovely day.