Exceptionally Eclectic – Vintage Fairytale Home

We all can relate to Stacey of A Sort of Fairytale.

She has a dream.

To be an interior stylist.

You know, the person who arranges the cute little vignettes that you see in your favorite magazines.

From the looks of her amazing house, her fabulous photography skills (her first college major)

and her eye for vintage finds,ย she’s a natural.

 

 

A Sort of Fairytale via Eclectically Vintage

 

 

She had me at mismatched chairs in theย dining room!

 

A Sort of Fairytale via Eclectically Vintage

 

Roses – $2! ย Stacey made that sign – see how she did it here.

 

A Sort of Fairytale via Eclectically Vintage

 

With less than $150 and using only paint, fabric and accessories, Stacey transformed her bathroom.

Warning Stacey, if you see someone dressed in black sneaking into your house,

it’s me trying to steal that first aid kit!

 

A Sort of Fairytale via Eclectically Vintage

 

Love the scale in the kitchen.

 

A Sort of Fairytale via Eclectically Vintage

 

Baby Maggie is styling in this vibrant nursery.

 

A Sort of Fairytale via Eclectically Vintage

 

A thrift store chair gets some British attitude with a Union Jack paint job.

See how she did it here.

 

A Sort of Fairytale via Eclectically Vintage

 

She’s even got the white picket fence – turned mail organizer!

 

A Sort of Fairytale via Eclectically Vintage

 

So hop on over to A Sort of Fairytale and say hi to Stacey

and see the rest of her fabulously vintage home.

 

See all of my Exceptionally Eclectic home tours here.

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  1. What a beautiful home!! I love all the fabulous vintage touches and the fact that your ideas are so simple!! Amazing!! Thanks for sharing! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Thank you for introducing a few of us to Stacy (It seems some already had found this hidden treasure – she had me at locker baskets!) I am heading that way to see more. This is what I like most about bloggers: Sharing. I just got off the phone with a friend who does not understand. She said, “It’s not like they are real people!” I beg to differ – we agreed to disagree.

    Distressed Donna Down Home (at the moment I am more mad than distressed!)

  3. Kelly, Stacey’s house is astounding! I love her choice of colors and that clip on chandelier is the neatest! Thanks for showing it off!

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