What’s New at The Treasured Home September 22, 2015
Jill milk painted some surf board stripes on this vintage ironing board. I think it will make a cool sofa table, or even a breakfast bar, in a kitchen. (The child’s ironing board, sitting on it, has been repurposed as a coat hook…for a laundry room?)
Last call, for Thursday night’s Fabric Stenciling class, from 6:30-8:30. Wine, women and paint! Oh my! Sign up at www.thetreasuredhome.com/classes or call the shop, at 916/514-5272.
I’ve been very selective about the vendors added to the shop. My goal is for there to be a very cohesive look, to the inventory. It’s not that my eclectic style is the right style, but it’s what people expect, when they shop here. I look for things that I would put in my own home and vendors with an asthetic that compliments my own. I think we all agree that we love affordable, unique, quality pieces in our homes. A home that looks and feels fabulous, without spending a fortune. That’s it, in a nut shell.
If you think you fit our design asthetic and mission, let’s talk!
If you’re a vintage lampp lover, I found the blue and white china birdhouse lamp and the green and cream china lamp, over the weekend. Either would be perfect on a kitchen counter, or desk. A-dor-a-ble!
Stacey, our vintage jewelry design maestro, will be meeting with any of you, interested in re-styling vintage jewelry pieces you may have collected from family, over the years, at our Vintage Holiday Market, Sunday, November 1st. Wouldn’t a re-styled family heirloom, make a wonderful gift?
Last of all, say hello to my new girl friend. I’m talking about that sweet vintage, glass-topped table! Don’t you love her?
Well, darling, that’s it for now. I hope the sun shines softly on your shoulders, today!