I can’t believe it’s been almost a month since I’ve posted something . Time has gotten away from me! Yikes!!! ( I think many of you can relate!)
I’m juggling a little too much for my comfort zone, dropping a few balls along the way...regardless, moving forward !
We ( Mom and I ) continue the process of restoring our 5 rooms that flooded in May, during the Historic Nashville Flood.
We’ve been busy shopping ( garage sales ) to replace Mom's bedroom furniture, creating a room that reflects a shabby vintage style.
As mentioned in earlier posts, I am in process of taking you through our experience of changing out a room, on a budget - via garage sales / thrift store finds.
Honestly, we are a little shocked how quickly we were able to complete this project. Just a few more decorations are needed.
I’m excited to show you what we’ve done on a budget , and hopefully inspire you !
What started the thought to change out her room to this style of shabby - vintage, is this beautiful bedspread we purchased at a tag sale ( garage sale ).
This quilted bedspread is filled with roses in pink / cranberry colors, creamy white background. We paid $15. for the quilt and 2 pillow shams - in like new condition!
A couple weeks later, we came across the bed skirt. Purchased at a tag sale, in new-original packaging, $5.
The black pillow, with embroidery , was purchased at our local Harpeth Antique Mall for $5. - in like new condition! ( we have more black accents in the room, which I will show you later! )
The iron headboard was purchased at a furniture sale at our local thrift store - $20.
(The bed frame was included in the price of the headboard)
Total cost for this new look : $ 45.
I’m excited to show you the remaining pieces of furniture and decor we found , you’ll be amazed at the prices!
Thanks for taking the time to join me on this journey!
Stay tuned for more.....