I’m taking a little summer break so over the next couple of weeks, some of my friends will be popping over here to share their favorite vintage finds and how they use them in their homes. See you soon – Kelly.
Take it away Cassie of Primitive and Proper …
Hi all! I am so excited to be hijacking Kelly’s blog for the day. I am Cassie from Primitive & Proper.
I write about my home, DIY, furniture flips, the vintage shop that I own, and a little bit of everything sprinkled in between. Kelly and I share a love of all things vintage and eclectic (I am sure you knew that about her already, based on the name of the blog you are reading), and we are also equally passionate about some of what really matters in life like family, authenticity, originality, and wine.
Since I am here at Eclectically Vintage, I thought it would be fun to take a little tour around my house to show you how I use some of my favorite vintage finds in my eclectic home.
My favorite space in my home currently is my dining room. In this space, I have collected vintage nautical paintings to create a gallery wall. I love it because some of them are connected to memories. The paint by numbers is from the Country Living Fair where I shopped with my best friends and my mom; and the sailboat to the right comes from an estate sale where my mother in law decided to join me for the ride because she was visiting. Additionally, these colors tend to soothe my rather restless soul. (Oh, and do you spy my Lacefieled Marrakesh drapery panels? Kelly and I are #twinning).
The dining room opens right into the kitchen, where I have open shelving. We use the shelving to store every day dishes, but I also load them up with more vintage nautical paintings.
See my most recent home on my Houzz tour.