All Things Vintage #6
It’s a lovely Saturday morning here in Delaware. The sun is shining, the breeze is easy and the temps are going up!
We’ve continued to work on our yard for our daughter’s upcoming weekend. In fact, we planted almost $400 worth of perennials and annuals! They will fill the yard in nicely and we’ll be able to enjoy them all summer.
Speaking of our yard, my followers on Instagram have enjoyed our Easter Redbud as it has bloomed.
There are a ka-zillion buds and blooms and they are teeny tiny! And filled with details!
This week (and last) I shared a couple of posts.
This sweet little side table was a popular post. You will not believe what I paid for it!
We also finished up our Laundry Room Makeover. The project had to be finished in steps which was a challenge since we also had to keep the space usable. We like clean clothes!
The laundry room is functional as well as adorable! Be sure and hop through all of the posts to see the progression of real-life room makeovers. They don’t happen overnight that’s for sure!
- Laundry Room Makeover Plans
- Tips for Applying Painters Tape
- Easy Pantry Makeover
- Create a Functional Laundry Room
There is one last project for this room and it involves the floor. That won’t happen until well after the wedding!
This week on the web, I found a few All Things Vintage ideas you might enjoy…
Like this vintage shopping haul that Emily enjoyed. You’ll especially enjoy the amazing sewing machine she found!
Speaking of shopping hauls, Sonya shares some great tips for shopping All Things Vintage.
While you’re out vintage and thrift shopping, keep an eye out for dishes so you can do this project that Leslie shares. You won’t believe how adorable it is!!
Renae created lighting in a unique way that I think you will enjoy!
That’s it for today! I’m headed out to take my monthly vendor turn at The Mercantile in Milton. If you’re local, be sure and stop by!
Hope you have a lovely weekend!
Until next time…
I grew up in Camden-Wyoming,39 So.Main st, my childhood home,dad was @ Dover AF base.We moved 1962, miss it love it! My home completely changed bit it has thee oldest Black walnut tree in Del. ( Amy owns it ,on historic register) I’m enjoying your site!
How fun that you grew up in Camden-Wyoming!! That is such a quaint area of Delaware! Thanks for reading our blog! We really appreciate your support!
Wonderful post. You have such great ideas. Thank you so much for the feature. Blessings to you.
You are welcome, Renae! Have a great day!
I loved this post so much! Thank you for including me! Happy weekend!