Welcome to Vintage Charm Party 28!
We invite you to share your vintage experiences--whether it’s your latest finds, crafts, or DIYs, we’d love to hear about it.
Link up your furniture flips, roadside finds, repurposed projects, collections, home decor and more!
Here's what we've been up to this week!
We'd love to connect with you!
We hope you'll follow our Vintage Charm Features and Favorites board, and check it every week. We don't just pin features, but many other posts we love as well. We want to build your traffic and popularity any way we can. Thanks so much to everyone who linked up. We were blown away by your awesome finds and creative projects ~ repurposed vintage heaven!
It was love at first sight when I saw this amazing vintage Harmony phonograph transformation by Tammy at The Tattered Rabbit. Wouldn't you agree that some of the best design choices often come disguised as challenges? It wasn't until I read Tammy's post that I discovered she'd conquered a significant makeover mishap and conquer, she did, when she created this shabby elegant makeover. Drop by to see the before photos--you'll be so impressed!
Pat from Bringing French Country Home and I have very similar vintage taste. In The Thrill of the Hunt she shares her vintage hunting philosophy and shows us many of her lovely vignettes scattered around her home. She doesn't share a single vintage piece that any true blue vintage lover wouldn't be thrilled to find. Pay Pat a visit and I promise you will not want to leave.
JoAnn from Woman in Real Life is a woman after my own heart. She and her husband go thrifting AND create Pottery Barn knock-offs! Sound familiar? Her Pottery Barn Inspired Burlap Lamp Shade and Owl Bookends are a must-see. She creatively transforms a thrift store lamp and ho-hum bookends into a winning decor combination I would love to have in my own home!
I might start calling Brenda at Unique Junktique "The Furniture Whisperer." She has a wonderful ability to sense just what each piece needs. The Coastal Armoire in this post is a good example. Brenda masterfully applied paint, cut glass and stripped hardware to create a beautiful piece that anyone would be thrilled to have in their home.
Donna from Distressed Donna Down Home finds the best stuff...like this fabulous primitive rolling tool chest. After giving it a good cleaning, scraping and scrubbing, she restored it to a primitive beauty with an amazing blue patina. If not for the fact that we live about 950 miles apart, this piece would be in my house right now holding my collection of vintage hand tools. I absolutely love it! Be sure to pop over and check it out!
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