Junky Mod Vintage Mix
I will admit...I am not into junk decor very much.
But this room might change my mind.
That light fixture is pretty darn great.
Even the crate shelves on the wall and the spool tables speak to me.
But then any room with bits of turquoise draws me in.
How about you?
Do you love junk in your interiors?
I think junk is this decade's "country".
I'm late getting this up again.
I had to work all weekend and do the "Yard of the Month" for my neighborhood.
I'll have photos of that this week.
Let's see my favorites from last week's Mod Mix Monday are...
Speaking of turquoise...that color just "makes" this transformation by
Anne of Design Dreams by Anne.
This pantry has had several reincarnations but turquoise paint was just what it needed.
Debra of Common Ground started off showing some super cute new pillows she
bought for her furniture out back. But I had to share her potting bench included in the post.
Aren't those old drawers perfect instead of baskets? She put this potting bench
together from things she had on hand last year. I love it.
Pinecone planted succulents in discarded vegetable cans.
I know I said I wasn't into junk...but these are pretty cute.
Shannon of Fox Hollow Cottage shared changes in her kitchen.
I especially loved the open shelving with a green patterned backing.
The fresh lilacs add to the romance.
Aimee of Twigg Studios showed how great simple flowers look in a row of wine bottles.
Just charming...aren't they?
And finally, my good friend, Amy of Maison Decor has been so busy setting up her new shop.
She is a super woman, I tell you.
She gets more done in a day than I do in a month. Seriously, she really does.
She painted this antique with chalk paint and it's a stunner.
She sells chalk paint in her new store and gives painting classes.
She's been busy painting everything with chalk paint including fabric.
You have to see to believe.
I said last week that I'd show my latest Craigslist find.
Here it is....
This is the bad Craigslist photo.
This will be my new kitchen island!
I'm super excited about it.
Of course it needs a revamp. I have to make it taller and put it on wheels.
Also want either a carrerra marble top for it or stainless.
But I don't have the budget for either...so we'll see what I come up with.
It cost me $20.
Franklin loves to sit on that bottom shelf.
On to this week....please link up your Mod Mix's below.
Remember anything old made over to be new...anything new changed up to look old.
New and old together...
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