Antiquing Haul by Julia Walck

Cross stitched Pheasant

Optimistic pins 

Rainbow mug and stir sticks

Went antiquing yesterday and I did good. Like REAL GOOD. 

Not pictured are two yellow smiley face planters (one with a smiley face plate to go underneath), three additional stir sticks, a Jurassic Park pin (for Jack), and a Christmas holly berry glass juice pitcher. Oh and I didn't take a photo of the full TV tray, but you can see a close-up of the pattern below. I got it for $3! They're usually around $10-$15 and I couldn't not get it...right? Even though I already have this exact one... Well matching pairs I guess.

Closeup of TV tray


I've talked about Antique Row before, and how amazing it is... but sadly it's not as great as it used to be. I think a lot of the businesses just couldn't keep up and many places have closed. 

However, Persnickety Antiquity and Pomona Antique Mart are still there and are still great. 

On my way home, I passed by this giant rooster. I'll always pull over for a good sign, so I stopped and snapped a polaroid real quick šŸ“

How the Tables Have Turned by Julia Walck

A.K.A, we got a new coffee table.

Succulent and built in bottle opener included. Now that's my kind of table! šŸŒµšŸ»

Jackson and I were at the Melrose Trading Post a few weeks back and stumbled upon Deck and Stringer, a reclaimed lumber furniture company. We saw this table and just knew we had to have it. Look at those hairpin legs! And the storage? Perfect. Much better than our last glass top table with a broken panel. Let's just say that part wasn't so good at holding things as a table should.

On another note, our pillow game just got stronger šŸ’Ŗ