Home Decorators, Holiday Home Tour (part 2) and Giveaway!

This post is sponsored by Home Decorators Collection® as part of the HDC Holiday Homes blog tour but all thoughts and opinions are my own.


Hello again guys, It has been a busy week of home touring and Giveaways but it’s not over yet. Earlier this week I shared my interior tour and today we are taking it outside. For this I teamed up with Home Decorators Collection®  for the #HDCholidayhomes blog tour, along with several other blog friends. So today I’m sharing part 2 of my holiday home tour, including a few pieces I chose from Home Decorators Collection®, plus at the end of this post you will have a chance to win one of two $250 gift cards! That’s right $250, Merry Christmas! So don’t forget to enter to win at the end of this post.


Now I admit I don’t have a grand porch or even a fancy front door unless you count the fact that it’s painted green grand, but that doesn’t mean I din’t want to make things festive for the holidays. When I ran across this Gilded Pear Wreath with battery powered lights and faux magnolia leaves I was inspired to take it up a notch. Since I live in the south I knew I could find plenty of fresh magnolia leaves to add to my Christmas scene that would blend right into my faux ones with just a little gold spray paint and no additional cost.


I also chose the Gilded Pear Entrance Tree to go along with it for a little extra height and drama.


From there it was just a matter of adding a few accessories and the yards of beading I found at the thrift store last year was just the thing I needed to tie it all together.


I draped the walls…dsc02581

and the baskets…


and even my little pear tree. I told you I had yards of it!


Before I knew it, my not so grand porch was looking fairly grand. Think you need to add a little grandness to your porch?

You can shop the look below.

So glad you stopped by for the tour, but it doesn’t have to be over, stop by and see what everyone else has been up to all week.
Here’s this week’s lineup!


Erin Spain | The Frugal Homemaker | Chaotically Creative


Designthusiasm | The Rustic Boxwood | House of Hargrove


Duke Manor Farm | The Cheerful Home | Rachel Elizabeth Creates


Less Than Perfect Life of Bliss | Southern State of Mind | Effortless Style


Cuckoo 4 Design | Maggie Overby Studios | Seeking Lavender Lane | Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body

And you can follow along with us on social media using hashtag #HDCholiday homes for tons of beautiful holiday decorating inspiration!

And most importantly here is how to enter to win…

$250 Home Decorators Collection® Gift Card Giveaway!

TWO lucky readers will each win a $250 gift card. To enter to win, simply follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget below. The giveaway ends at Midnight EST on December 16, 2016. Please see full list of giveaway rules and regulations here.

Eclectic Interiors Winter Holiday Home Tour 2016

dsc02727It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here especially since today I’m sharing my home as part of the Winter Eclectic Home Tour hosted by Jess from Domicile 37! If you’re here visiting from Casa Watkins Living then welcome to my blog! There are going to be some great home tours this week and lots of inspiration so make sure after you’re done here to check out Jessica from House Homemade who is next on the tour.


You may remember last year’s decor was mostly gold and white. This year I have a bigger tree and a bold color on the mantle so I decided to change it up a bit. It just so happened that my peacock tree topper was the perfect launching point for the new look.


I brought in all my gold and white ornaments from last year along with my peacock ornaments from years before, minus the purple. Since the mantle color was now my focal point I amped up the aqua instead with a few new ornaments and of course some of my West German and Italian pottery.


I also added some inexpensive gilded foliage by spray painting magnolia leaves to mix in with the pine boughs.


after adding in some lights and ornaments for sparkle the mantle was looking quite regal.


I also love to add a little flair to the coffee table that ties in with the tree and since it’s all on my tray it’s easy to move out-of-the-way when I need to switch it out for the hot chocolate tray.

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I think we might be ready for Santa! How about you?


Are you all decorated for Christmas or still looking for inspiration?


If it’s inspiration you need, be sure to stop by and see the rest of these amazing tours throughout the week and see what you can find.

Please Note: Links to Home Tour are not live until day of tour


Bright Green Door // Michelle Matangi Home // Sharon Williams // CAD Interiors // Domicile 37


Casa Watkins Living // Maggie Overby Studios // House Homemade // French & French Interiors // Style Mutt Home


Up To Date Interiors // The Striped House // Designing Vibes // Iris Nacole // Fearfully & Wonderfully Made // Blue i Style


PMQ for Two // Maker of Home // Go Haus Go // Whimsical Blue Living // FOXY OXIE


This is Our Bliss // Monica Wants It // Insieme House // Jest Cafe // The Gathered Home

Eclectic Ornaments of Christmas

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Are you one of those people who has to have a new Christmas ornament every year? Good news if you do! A group of eclectic bloggers headed up by Ariel at PMQ for Two, and I are spending today sharing some of our favorite ornaments.  I normally buy a few new ornaments if I want to change the look of my tree or replace some that have broken but this year I needed more than a few. Last Christmas I used our small tree from Germany that I bought to fit in our tiny living room and it worked out fine but it was far from dramatic, This year we got a great deal on a new

Last Christmas I used our small tree from Germany that I bought to fit in our tiny living room there. It looked fine but it was far from dramatic. This year I got a great deal on a new GE 7.5′ Pre-lit tree from Lowe’s when it went $100 off at Thanksgiving (plus my employee discount.) The new tree looks amazing and so real but it was a lot more real estate to fill than last year. Plus, I thought my new mantle color called for a little change.  So ornament shopping I went.

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When it comes to Christmas decor  my go-to place to shop is TJMaxx where I ran across these Isaac Mizrahi gold mercury glass ornaments which are a beautiful heavy glass but no problem for my artificial tree.

and it doesn’t hurt that they have a beautiful twinkle when added to the three.


I also bought a few aqua ornaments to tie into the new color on the mantle but my Isaac Mizrahi mercury glass ornaments are definitely my favorite for the season.

If you’re on the hunt some new ornament additions to your tree, either new or DIY, check out these picks from my eclectic blogger friend. I see a few I’d love to have…


1. This Is Our Bliss // 2. The Striped House // 3. Up To Date Interiors // 4. Southern State Of Mind // 5. Maggie Overby Studios // 6. Casa Watkins // 7. Domicile 37 // 8. Two Thirty Five Designs // 9. PMQ for two // 10. The Gathered Home // 11. Bright Green Door // 12. Cassie Bustamante // 13. Blue i Style // 14. Monica Wants It // 15. Jennifer Dimples and Tangles





Thrift Score Thursday Magical Mystery Giveaway


Hello Guys, It’s December and #ThriftScoreThursday is back with a new Monthly Format feature your beautifully styled thrift finds and just in time for Christmas a magical mystery giveaway. While it won’t contain my magical brass unicorn (pictured), this giveaway will contain all the fabulousness he embodies! Cassie, Brynne and I have been shopping and setting aside some of our favorite finds for THREE LUCKY WINNERS – one winner will receive Brynne’s thrifted treasures, one will receive Cassie’s perfect picks, and one will be getting a special surprise box from yours truly! That means you have three chances to win!!!

You can hop on over to Instagram to enter in the comments of the above photo!

If you don’t have an Instagram account, never fear – I definitely don’t want to leave you out! You can also enter this giveaway simply by leaving a comment here on the blog. (Open to U.S. residents age 18+. Giveaway runs 12/1 to 12/7. We’ll draw winners and contact them next week!)

Now that you’re a psyched for the giveaway lets talk #ThriftScoreThursday


If you are new here, let me explain just what #ThriftScoreThursday is.  We want you to participate! Hit up your local thrift stores, craigslist, yard sales, estate sales, side of the road, anything! Thrifty doesn’t necessarily mean from a thrift store. We want to see your good deals, wacky finds and treasures and how you style them in your home.

Don’t feel like you need to save those finds for Thursdays! Yes, features are shared on our blogs once a month and Instagram weekly on Thursdays, but we’re all checking in on (and using!) the hashtag all week long. So, when you see/find it, feel free to share it!  And we love it when you tag your friends to play along, too!

The first Thursday of each month, Brynne from The Gathered Home, Cassie from Cassie Bustamante and I will pick our favorite thrift scores to feature. So please note that by linking up with #ThriftScoreThursday, you are giving us permission to share your finds via social media or on our blogs.

Now let’s get to those fabulous features…

I’m sure you can guess why I picked this shot from golddustgoods, paint by numbers are the best and the rest of these goodies ain’t bad either.

jmwearing finally finished her shelfie and it’s amazing! Even more amazing, everything pictured is thrifted. My kind of girl!


Thrifted finds work well for Christmas too, Refresheddes proves that with the addition of these festive berries. Then again anything would look festive next to that fabulous lamp.


Now let’s talk about how lucky menoch1 was to find not one but two fabulous dressers at Salvation Army. Originally they were going in the master bedroom but these needed to be out in the open!



Ever had a thrift find lead to a whoooole lot of rearranging? Well, that is exactly what happened to ciburbanity when this coffee table leapt into her car at the Restore. But it is a pretty great addition so I’d say it was well worth the effort!


My favorite thing about second hand treasure hunting is the amazing people you meet. Cate_stylemutthome met the sweetest man when she went to pick up this unique storage piece: Not only did he live around the corner from her parents’ house, but he actually had the original 1903 patent for these drawers from when he worked in the US patent office. And he had TWO (the post only implied that he had one for sale). She snapped them up and has a great story to boot.


Love how a few thrifted goodies like these from Danamoss add character to simple space. Little additions can sometimes make the biggest impact.


Another round of amazing finds everyone!


Now don’t forget to stop by and see what Brynne and Cassie have featured, along with additional chances to win our mystery giveaway.

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Inspired by DIY – Serena and Lily Tassel Pillow


It’s time again for the monthly Inspired by DIY Challenge organized by my good friend Jess of Domicile 37. Each month an amazing group of bloggers gets together to create some inspired DIY.  We each find a piece from a store or designer that we find inspiring and create our own version, DIY style. This month’s inspiration is the always pretty, Serena & Lily. I chose to recreate the Eva Tassel Pillow Cover because it was the perfect upgrade to a pillow cover I already made for the One Room Challenge.


So let’s get started…

Materials Needed: (this list contains affiliate links)


Step by Step Instructions:

  1. Using a Craft-tastic Pom Pom Maker spaced at 3″,  knot a medium weight yarn to the dowel at one end. (You could use a piece of cardboard cut to the same dimension if you don’t have a pom pom maker)
  2. Looped the yarn 50 times around both dowels.
  3. Using a 12″ piece of yarn,  thread through one side of your loop and tightly knot.
  4. Remove yarn from pom pom maker and pull loose ends of the knotted yarn in the  opposite direction of the loops.
  5. Using a second 12″ piece of yarn wrap your loops just below the loose ends two to three times while pulling loops down tightly, then knot securely.
  6. To complete the tassel cut loops and trim even.
  7. Using a large upholstery needle thread each of your loose ends through a corner of your pillow cover being sure not to thread through the same hole.
  8.  Turn cover inside out so you can pull loose ends tight.
  9. Knot securely and trim.
  10. Continue this process until you have all four corners done.


The finished tassels make a fun addition to any pillow cover.


And to my mudroom bench!


Want to see more Inspired by DIY pop over and see Cassie Bustamante‘s version of  dip dyed stools.


And Up to Date Interiors version of the candy stripe coverlet.


Here are a few of my previous Inspired by DIY posts:

Pottery Barn West Elm Jonathan AdlerEddie Ross Urban Outfitters



It’s November, High Five!

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I know, I know, I normally do a Friday High-Five but there have been a lot of changes around my house which means some changes on the blog. In case you didn’t already know I have gone back to work full-time doing design and project management of full-scale Kitchen and Bath Remodels for Lowe’s. I am loving the work and got the first sale in my market but it has also meant time taken away from other areas. Like family, blogging and my retail space. That means time to set priorities.

Obviously family comes first! The good news is my husband is home from deployment and pretty flexible with his time so he is able to pick up some of the slack. The kids love having Dad in charge and it keeps me from feeling guilty about the time I can’t be there. My retail space, on the other hand, has suffered severely. It is an hours drive from my house and I don’t have time to do much shopping for it so that has been my first adjustment. I will be closing the space at the end of this month with a little sadness but also a lot of relief.  I will miss it but I have to prioritize to make this work. Now you are probably wondering about the blog, is it going away? Absolutely not! I have worked hard on this for three years now and I’m not giving up but there will be some changes. One is this

Now you are probably wondering about the blog, is it going away? Absolutely not! I have worked hard on this for three years now and I’m not giving up but there will be some changes. One is this “High-five” post I will be moving to a monthly format just as  me and my Thrift Score Thursday hosts have decided to move to a once a month post. I’ll still be posting and I’ll still be thrifting and re-imagining things I just won’t be doing it at such a feverish pace. I figure this is my blog to share what I do not meet a deadline. Hopefully, that will be okay with you guys and you will still come visit even if it is not as often.

Now that we have all that cleared up let’s get to the high-fives…


1. It has been a big week this week! On Thursday my full home tour was featured on Apartment Therapy. This was the first time I have ever had my house photographed by someone other than me. Minette Hand did an amazing job! It was so fun to see what someone else’s view looked like and how amazing her pictures came out.

2.  This week also marked the completion on my third One Room Challenge hosted my Linda at Calling it Home. More fun than completing my challenge was seeing the results of the other linking participants and guest hosts. If you need something to fill your time this weekend stop by and check them out!

3. I love a great DIY and  A Beautiful Mess is never short on ideas, I loved their Palm Springs Pillow DIY, really you could use this idea for any image but I’m a sucker for Palm Springs style.

4.  Jon Almeda of Almeda Pottery is a potter who is doing things a “little” different and by a little, I mean really little!  Jon Almeda is a master of the miniature creating teeny tiny hand thrown ceramics at 1″ scale. You can see Jon in action HERE or buy your own HERE. Pretty Amazing!

5. My dining room chandelier always gets lots of praise so when I ran across this Anthropologie Flower Burst Pendant I couldn’t help but share. I love this guy but am glad I was able to score mine for just 20€ instead of this $1,498 price tag.


Have a great weekend,





One Room Challenge Laundry Room – Week Six Reveal!

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We are finally there, Week Six of the One Room Challenge hosted by Linda of Calling It Home , and it’s time for the big reveal! For the last six weeks I have been working ard to complete a full makeover of our laundry room for the One Room Challenge. Every Wednesday for the past five weeks I have been sharing my progress and products but today I’m I’m finally ready to share the finished room. I won’t be the only one sharing,  twenty featured bloggers and over two hundred guest participant will be linking their own room transformations. Lots of inspiration!


But before we get to the details I want to give a big thanks to my One Room Challenge Sponsors who helped make this room possible!

Home Decorators Collection //D. Lawless Hardware // Wagner Spray Tech // Aspect Peel and Stick tiles


Now let’s  remember what the room looked like before, not awful but not at all inspiring.


These were my goals for this makeover:

  • Install countertop over washer dryer
  • Decorative backslash
  • New Paint
  • New Lighting
  • Better use of pantry, possibly mudroom bench
  • Place to feed pets
  • Do something on the floor to cover or replace
  • Do something to make the array of doors more interesting.
  • Make it Fun!

My first thought for this room was to make it colorful and fun because if I’m going to have to do laundry I might as well enjoy being in there.


My two big inspirations were this  removable wallpaper  by Joan Mclemore on Spoonflower


And this Pizzazz Rug from Home Decorators Collection.


So let’s see how I did…

  • New Paint √

That was an easy one. I decided to match the paint in the adjoining bathroom which is a shade or two darker than the paint I used in the kitchen.


  • Better use of pantry, possibly mudroom bench √

This involved some creative construction and some fun accessories.  I can’t get over how fabulous the wallpaper looks in this small space.


but this mud bench just goes to show you a little goes a long way, especially with my  D. Lawless Hardware.


  • Do something to make the array of doors more interesting. √

Nothing a little paint and decorative masking tape can’t handle.


  • Counter top over washer dryer √

Solid core veneered doors made easy work of this project.


  • Decorative Backsplash √

This was such an easy project using Aspect honeycomb peel and stick tiles and a little spray paint.



And of course, I added a few accessories!


  • New Lighting √

A $10 vintage chandelier added a little elegance to the space.

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And who can forget the pets who use this room the most.


My vintage radio tuned “cat house” got a new look with the help of my Wagner Spray Tech paint sprayer.


and a simple modification to my mud bench has everyone a designated place to eat. Of course, the one that finishes last gets a lot of attention…



  • Do something on the floor to cover or replace √

I thought about replacing the floor but once I laid down my Pizzazz Rug from Home Decorators Collection I didn’t hate the old floor nearly as much.


Ozzie seems to approve too and he has very discerning taste.


  • Make it Fun! √

I think I got that covered with lots of color, the addition of Cricket by LeighViner, and plenty of quirky vintage finds like my genie lamp and vintage ceramic.

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I’d say this makeover was a success and hopefully it will inspire the WHOLE family to do laundry. A girl can hope right?



Source list: (contains affiliate links)

Wall Paint // Valspar Neon Mint

Door Paint // Valspar Aqua Quartz

Backsplash // Aspect honeycomb peel and stick 

Door panel accents // Scotch Expressions Masking Tape in Mint

Laundry Counter // solid core slab doors  and Minwax Color Stain in Navy Blue

Wallpaper // Joan Mclemore on Spoonflower

Rug // Pizzazz Rug

Art // Cricket by LeighViner

Storage baskets // Woven Storage Bin Large Mint – Pillowfort

Bench Cushion // 3″ cushion by  Cushions Xpress in Sunbrella Dupione Paradise

Chandelier  //  Vintage

Radio/ Vintage Valspar furniture paint in Sherwin Williams Game Changer

Hardware // coat hooks , cup pulls, and glass pulls

Laundry Basket// Pillowfort Seagrass Basket

Dog Water Bowl // Speckled Mixing Bowl Set

Now don’t forget to head over to Calling it Home to see what everyone else accomplished in the last six weeks.

If you want to see how I got to this point feel free to have a look back at the earlier weeks in the process.

Week One, Week Two, Week Three, Week Four, Week Five


One Room Challenge Laundry Room – Week Five

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Week Five of the One Room Challenge hosted by Linda of Calling It Home is here and you know what that means, crunch time! Only one week left to get it all done. In case you aren’t up to speed… the One Room Challenge is an event where twenty design bloggers take on the challenge of transforming one space in just six weeks. Every Wednesday, the designers document their progress while sharing their sources and professional advice. In addition to following along, everyone with a blog, (that’s me!) is welcome to join the fun as a guest participant by linking their own room transformations to Calling It Home.


This go round I am tackling my laundry room you can see what I’ve been doing so far below

Week One, Week Two, Week Three, Week Four

And here is where we are headed…Because why not? If I’m going to have to do laundry I might as well enjoy being there.


This week I’ve been busy with the heavy lifting part of the project, getting the laundry counter installed. Now Chuck usually just stays out-of-the-way for my projects but this week I needed his muscles. The original plan was to do a laminated plywood counter like this one from Vintage Revival but I admit dealing with 4’x8′ sheets of plywood was not high on my list of fun activities. They are big and heavy and require a ton of cuts to get them down to the size I need plus I would have to becut them some at the store before I could even fit them in my car.


Luckily, while wandering through lumber and mill work I ran across some solid core slab doors with a lauan veneer that were just the right width for my counter top. They already had the thickness I needed (no laminating required) and it would only require three cuts to make my counter top. The best part is they would fit in my car no problem!

So with help from my heavy lifter, and guys these doors are HEAVY, we loaded them up and took them home to cut.


After measuring twice (okay maybe three times) we were ready to cut our 45° miters. For cuts that will show it never hurts to apply painters tape to the cut line to control splintering.


Once we had all the cuts made we test fit the miter to make sure no adjustments were needed. Once the fit was pretty tight so we were ready to install.


I installed a ledger board along the two walls and used two L brackets to attach the top to the wall


and three to secure the miter.dsc02416

Now it was ready for stain. This was a bit of a decision because originally I was going to go natural but lauan has a red tent to it when finished and I didn’t really think the red cast would work with the rest of the room.


 I tested a few darker stains along with an aging stain and a color-tinted stain.


If you guys have been around here before you probably had no problem guessing which I chose…


That’s right Minwax Color Stain in Navy Blue and three coats of semi-gloss Polycrylic got me a glossy blue/purple finish I adore!


The last project for this area was getting my Aspect honecomb peel and stick backsplash up. For this project, Aspect gave me 20 SF of their tiles to work with. Since we are in a rental and I will most likely need to remove the counter and backsplash when I leave I decided to put up a thin layer of plywood to attach the tiles to so they would be easy to take down. The tiles come in small sections that interlock and also come with a section with a finished edge of half tiles that look like this.


I wanted to do something a little different with my backsplash so I randomly cut out one or two tiles in each section.


Then just peel off the back and stick.


No grout required! For areas around outlets and corners tiles can easily be cut with a jigsaw.


Once all the tiles were up  it looked like this.  I suppose you’re wondering what I’m gonna do with all those blank tiles.


Well, how about a little confetti? With several different colors of spray paint I gave the remaining tiles a good coating.


Once they were dry I popped them back in and my confetti backsplash was born. So much fun!


Big accomplishments this week…but we are not done yet.  One week to go and I still have lots of work to do.

  • Make pillows for the bench seat
  • Paint doors
  • Bring in the new rug
  • Add art and accessories
  • Oh yeah, and take lots of photos for you guys!

See you next week for the big reveal!

Big thanks to my One Room Challenge Sponsors!

Home Decorators Collection //D. Lawless Hardware // Wagner Spray Tech // Aspect Peel and Stick tiles


Holiday Wreath with a Bohemian Twist


I don’t mean to hurry you along guys but it’s November 1st and that means winter is right around the corner. That also means it’s time to change out all that fall decor so today I have a ton of inspiration for you a with winter wreath blog hop hosted by Ariel from PMQ for Two and a whole crew my eclectic blogger friends. Since we are an eclectic bunch that means we also have a little bit different take on the holiday wreath. I mean who says a wreath has to be round? Not me! So when I ran across this Umbra Pendant Scarf Organizer in brass (affiliate link) I was inspired to do something a little different.

With the Umbra Pendant as my base, I gathered several types of twine and yarn in different weights and different shades of white,


along with a pine branch and a few sparkling accents I grabbed at the craft store.


I started by looping long lengths of the different yarns and twines around one of the lower section of the scarf hanger.


continuing until the entire section was full, alternating between types of yarn in a random pattern.


I chose to fill two sections, one high and one low.


Once complete I gave the yarn a haircut. I cut mine at an angle to match the angles on the scarf hanger but feel free to do whatever you like.


Up next, add the bling!


Using floral wire I attached my pine branches and accents off to one side, layering them until I liked the look.


I finished it off with a pom pom to cover the heavy part of the pine branch and some of the floral wire.


Now I’m ready for the holiday season to come with my bohemian holiday wreath.

Want to see more?

Stop by and see what my friends have been up to with 2o more holiday wreaths that will get you in the mood for winter.

Up to Date Interiors // Cottage in the Oaks // Architecture of a Mom

Nourish & Nestle // KS Craft Shack // My Life From Home

Craft & Tell // The Uncommon Law // Monica Wants It

Twelve On Main // PMQ for two // Atta Girl Says

The DIY Mommy // Flourish and knot // Maggie Overby Studios

Hey Fitzy // Domicile 37 // Our Crafty Mom

This Is Our Bliss // Timeless Creations // PMQ for two





Thrift Score Thursday – Making Changes

It has been almost two years since I first guest hosted #ThriftScoreThursday and close to a year since I joined as a host. In that time I have been amazed by the fabulous finds of our TST followers week after week. Heck, I’ve been pretty amazed by some of my own finds. Last week the TST hosts and I did a lot of brain storming on how to make TST even better as we move forward. So before we discuss what’s new I thought it would be fun to look back at some of the old! Above is a gallery of my finds and below is a gallery of some of yours.

Pretty amazing stuff right? Well lets talk about how we’ll be sharing all this amazing stuff in the future!


  • We are moving to a monthly features format.  To be quite honest, it’s a lot to prepare a blog post each week and get all the features on Instagram.  We also want to focus on those finds that are extra special AND beautifully staged and styled in your home.  We want see beautiful photos of how you are using your thrift finds and making them lovely.
  • You can still keep up with the hashtag on Instagram each week, and each host will be sharing a favorite feature there each Thursday.
  • Our first monthly feature post will be 12/1 with the new format kicking off then. (So November is basically a break).
  • AND in that first post in December there will be a fabulous surprise… thrifted giveaway! My co-host and I will be doing the hunting but you guys will be winning.

One thing I want to also mention is that Corinna of A Designer at Home will not be continuing as a host, but not to fear… it’s all amicable and we’re all still friends!  We all just need to do what’s personally best for ourselves.

I’m excited to see where these new changes take us and as always love sharing in one of my favorite passions with like-minded people.

Speaking of like-minded people,  be sure to stop over and see what Brynne and Cassie have to say about our new direction.


Thrift Score Thursday Cassie