About ten years ago, I came across a vintage pink, semi-circular sectional sofa in a favorite local antique shop. It had two large-ish sitting pieces and a triangular middle piece that was upholstered, but had wooden tops on two levels.
I dropped the ball just a bit this week because I picked up two doubles at work and also because I became obsessed with the Freeform TV series Siren and binged all of the ten-episode first season as well as
Remember how I’ve been so excited for fall for the past few weeks? Well, that’s because for a solid week or so, we were having overcast skies, rain/storms, and, most importantly, high temps in the mid-to-upper 80s. Low temps in
Like all the other years before it, 2017 was a great year in vintage! I didn’t see much on my “None Left Behind” list (other than a few things I haven’t managed to get posted in the category, that is!),
After all the hard work of the holidays – the decorating, the shopping, the wrapping, the shipping, the traveling, the cooking/baking, the eating, the cleaning, the sugar comas, the opposite of sugar comas: the sugar rushes, the anxiety, the occasional
By now, we’ve seen a lot of different party accoutrements, heard some festive music, and even seen a few trees. But what about what goes under those trees? The things all the good boys and girls have wished for, and
One of the most iconic vintage Christmas/yule items, to me, is the aluminum, or tinsel, tree. Some of them turn, and some of them came with a color wheel so you could change the color of your silver tree as
Maybe you don’t celebrate Christmas. Or maybe you just want a different festive look for your New Year’s Eve gatherings, or prefer something not so theme-y, something that definitely works for the winter holidays, but for other festivities as well?