On Saturday I was able to steal away for a couple hours and went thrifting. I visited some (new to me) shops not far away and enjoyed some eye candy. Here are a few shots of what caught my eye that day.
I thought this lotus flower holder of sorts was so gorgeous. Wouldn't it be beautiful as a centerpiece on a dining table or holding your jewelry on a bedside table?
So unique and simply stunning in person.
I believe owning set of goblets are in my near future. Even if only used on occasion, they're so pretty and would have a place of honor in my china cabinet.
I saw this basket of wallpaper that I contemplated getting and using for a project. It had a faux bois quality to it that I'm diggin' right now. I've been looking for the right kind of paper to cover the back of a glass-fronted cabinet (future china cabinet for the dining room) I have and this might be it. Didn't get it, but I'm planning on going back next week. If it's still there, it was meant to be;)
And now on to the ReStore. I went earlier in the week looking for some hardware but found a few other things I enjoyed.
I seriously thought about getting these chairs for the boys' room but didn't have a plan of where they would go so I passed them up. Wouldn't they look cute in a boy's desk area? I'm not at that stage of life yet, thank goodness. Some day soon though:/
I did buy four of these cute chairs for the boys' playhouse. They'll be perfect around a little table (still looking for one of those) but for now, they're being used for extra seating outside and as a step stool to climb the tree in the backyard. (Gotta love boys!)
I always check out the tile when I'm at the ReStore and LOVED what I saw this time. They had these subway tiles on sheets there. They were smaller than the typical 3 x 6 sized subway, perfect for a backsplash or accent wall in a bathroom. Loved them. I seriously can't get enough of white subway.
And these I totally thought about getting. I'm still slightly obsessing over them, but we don't have any current place for them. I could use them when we remodel the boys' bathroom, but who knows when that'll be. I think they were like $1/sq ft. Aren't they gorgeous? They were powder blue.
So that's it. Oh and I did buy some massive corbels that I'll show you later. Don't have a plan for them yet but couldn't pass them up either. I'm sure I'll rig something up for them:)
Have you been thrifting lately? Find anything good? I'm excited to go to this huge yard sale on Sat at a local antique flea market. I'm sure deals and treasures are waiting to be discovered!