Moving from a brick & mortar storefront to doing seasonal pop-ups has been a really fun challenge. I just started to curate my Summer pop-up which will be at Oceancliff in Newport. It will be a mix of handmade, repurposed and vintage finds plus some locally made favorites! Sharing a sneak peek of some of the vintage finds that will be there. If you are in the Newport area on July 10th, come on down to Oceancliff from 6pm to 8pm for their Summer Sip & Shop. I'll be joining about 20 other local artists and designers that night showcasing all things inspired by the city by the sea for your home. See you then! 🌊🌊🌊
I can honestly say my cats take up most of the pictures in my phone. I am a straight up cat mom. 😂 and darn proud of it too! Most of the pictures I take of Coffee (pictured), you can really only see his eyes and the rest of him just blends into everything. 😂 so when the light hits him just right, I gotta take advantage of it. 👌🏻 lol I love our sweet boy!!
I have fallen in love with this room, hook line and sinker. .
My favourite era, 1920s. I wish I could slip back to this time, dancing and socialising.......no computers, stunning cars, oh how I love the cars. And I’m not a car girl or is it I just haven’t found the right one? .
These theatre chairs are fabulous, so sturdy, and the original fabric still has so much life and thank goodness. I’m trying to imagine the cinema rooms before they upgraded to the super cinemas luxury seats you see here.
This is a watercolor painted c1845 by Isabella Newton, the wife of Beauchamp Bartholomew Newton the first known owner of this house, who was then the high sherif of Carlow. We found this watercolor in the National Architectural Archives in Dublin when researching the history of the house, it was from this photo we discovered the existence of the entrance avenue on this side of the house, it had disappeared over the years, this side of the house is by far the prettiest side and once we found this watercolor we knew we had to reinstate the avenue. Swipe 👉🏻 to see the #beforeandafter
As we wrap up our #sundaystroll today, we’re stopping to stare at this pink dream, shared by @vintagepicksbyjen in Massachusetts!
It looks like a traditional cape cod with its shingle siding and roof, yet has more of farmhouse style porch and more embellishment than a cape cod might. A cape cod would typically also include dormer windows and a fireplace, but in any case, we don’t care! It’s adorable!! 💗
I can’t wait to finish up the other side of this room! We spent most of Saturday on it and got so much done, but have to take a little break! Really all that’s left is installing our @elkay_usa sink and cutting the counter - I will say we are most nervous about cutting the counter 🙈 have you ever done it before any tips would be great? Today we finally have sun so I will be outside getting all the things done 🙌🏻 .
Are you ready to see all these projects done? What are you excited to see??