Happy Friday guys! Did you know the Shanty2Chic sisters have a home collection exclusively for athome stores? Well if you didn’t, I’ve got all the details!
The prices range from 9.99 to 499.99, and include furniture, wall decor, and home decor pieces with a modern/industrial farmhouse feel. I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite pieces for you and let me say, I just might get in trouble with this one! I’m loving all the pieces!!
If you’re in the Houston area, the sisters will be doing a meet and greet at the Katy, TX athome store on Feb. 10 from 12-2pm! Scroll on down to check out the collection!
Those are a few of my favorites! Head out to your local athome store and grab your favorites. Also, you can check the event calendar here to see if the Shanty2Chic sisters will be at a store near you!
Just wanted to pop on here real quick and let you know the Hearth & Hand with Magnolia for Target Spring Collection launched today! You’ll find pops of Spring pastels with a modern farmhouse feel. There’s 140 new items ranging from $1 to $130. Scroll on down for a peek and head on over to Target to grab your faves!
Hello Friends! Are you as excited as I am?? The Hearth and Hand with Magnolia Collection for Target launched yesterday! If you’re a fan of fixer upper then you definitely know who Chip and Joanna Gaines are!
I fell in love with so many things in this collection! There’s a lot of fun cream and black prints and pops of deep green…think Christmas tree green. Everything is so stylish and on trend. Another thing I love is that it’s so affordable! From what I’ve seen, most of the items in Kitchenware and Home Decor are under $35, and the entire collection ranges from $2.99 to $129.99.
Here’s a round-up of my favorites pieces from the collection. If you’d like to shop any of the items, just click on the pink link and it will take you straight to the item.
I’ve finally busted out the fall decor and pumpkin everything! I was wanting a few more faux pumpkins (because you can never have enough, right) for my mantle and I remembered seeing them at the dollar store a few days ago. They are the brightest shade of orange and I thought maybe I could paint them to match my home décor.
So that’s exactly what I did!
I mixed a little of brown and white paint to get the color I was wanting. Then I applied 2 coats with about 10 minutes of drying time in between. I went back and added some dimension with a slightly darker shade in between the segments. After they were completely dry, I added 1 coat of matte varnish to protect the paint from chipping.
Here they are completely dry with a bit of Spanish moss around the stem!
I just love the way they came out and they look great up here on my kitchen hutch!
This a fun and inexpensive way to add some fall touches to your home. You can paint them whichever color you like and get pretty creative with these. I hope you enjoy this little project and I’d love to see how you incorporate these into your home decor!
Hello friends! It’s been so long since my last post and I have to tell ya, I’m missing ya! I’ve been babysitting, working on a few home projects, and enjoying my summer…I hope you all are enjoying yours as well!
Today I wanted to share my entry table styling and lamp mini makeover. I’ve never talked about how I put together this area so I thought I’d show you.
This is the table I have in our entry way and there is a large rectangular mirror hanging above. I painted and weathered the mirror myself from an old dresser we no longer wanted.
I love thrifting and found this cute little sign and wreath holder one day at a Goodwill store. About a year ago, I found this gorgeous cracked glass vase at Hobby Lobby that catches the sun light just right! It’s always been in my living room under a table collecting dust so I decided to move it here. I used tree branches I found bundled up on the side of the road that someone was throwing away for a filler. The Acai wood bowl was a gift basket from a previous employer that i saved over the years and just added some pretty wood chip decorative balls to fill it up and give it some height.
My lamp “before” and “after”. This turquoise lamp was about as bright as the vase and I felt like they were competing with each other. For me, it was too much turquoise. I was about to throw it out and I thought I’d try painting it first. I gave it a grey wash and then went back over it with a bit of white to give it more of a stone look. I just love how it turned out and I’m glad I didn’t get rid of it! It’s much more neutral now.
One thing I like to incorporate into my decor are things that have a story behind them or some sort of sentimental value to them.
This basket here is filled with a few of my spouses treasures…the first 2 bucks he ever shot as a teen and a rattlesnake he crossed paths with last year!
It’s fun having family & friends over and sharing stories about how we came about these things.
Here atop this vintage suitcase sits a pair of horseshoes I saved from a cousins quincenera that my baby girl got to be a part of.
Here’s the full view of the table and decor.
Hope you enjoyed checking out this little space in our home. As always, thanks for stopping by!
~The Dimestore Gypsy
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*the lamp I have is a Ross store find. I wasn’t able to find anything like it. I did find this lamp here that you could paint grey to get the same mood. It’s one of those things that if you happen to see something similar at a discount store, grab it!
Hi guys! Boy is summer in full effect here…toddler, teenagers, babysitting, & junior all-star baseball practice/tournaments. Whew! Just a few weeks in and I’m exhausted lol!
I was out and about shopping this past weekend at one of my favorite discount stores. I spotted this lake house sign in the clearance area and would you believe it was marked down to .65 cents? I kid you not, I couldn’t believe it either. There was nothing wrong with it so I brought it home with me and figured I’d find somewhere for it.
I planned on a lake house theme for my sons room, but now he no longer wants that…teens, go figure!
So I have this sign and because the price was so low, they cannot take it back. It got me thinking how else I could use it. I have been wanting a farmhouse sign to hang in my kitchen for sometime and I thought why don’t I just use this and paint over it…so I did!
I used some basic white craft paint and coated the board about 3 times until everything was covered.
After it was dry I used black acrylic craft paint and letter stencils I had on hand for the wording.
I let that dry for about an hour and added a black wash to it for the effect of dirty, weathered wood. (check out how I did it here)
I just love how it turned out and I think it looks great here in my kitchen! Let me know what you guys think!