After taking a bit of a break to get caught up on some other important projects that have long been neglected, I'll now share with you the final pictures of my home tour. With Christmas fast approaching, here's hoping you're in the process of decorating your home for the holidays!
It was great to have Sue Whitney from Junk Market Style, and Gretchen Schaumann, a fellow Junk Market Style contributor, attend the Home Tour.
This fab canvas was specially made for me by my friend, Sue Wolfe. She was just featured in the Star and Tribune!
This was my embellished chandelier. All I did was lay branches across the chandelier and hung Christmas balls by thin wire. It made quite a statement!
This side table is actually used as a buffet for me. I adorned it with an old fish tank filled with clear glass ornaments and wine bottles. Along side of it is a vintage chicken feeder filled with wine glasses. Behind it sits vintage grates with an single ornament hanging from them. The tall stick tree is also a creation of Sue Wolfe.
This is my flocked tree filled with ironstone coffee cups, creamers and pitchers, silver coffee and tea servers and vintage serving utensils.
This is definately thinking outside of the box! It's a beverage server filled with faux snow, an ornament and greens!
I love this table. It's an old iron planter box with a piece of glass added. I also placed a grate on top.
This is my main floor bathroom. Love the bars of soap stacked up.
What a simple vignette. A locker basket full of vintage pots!
This is a old chippy railing just placed in a window.
Love this window. It's found on the landing going up my stairs. Love to keep it simple.
I have a small sitting room at the top of my stairs. I've got a theme going on here.
For Christmas I changed up my baby spring with added Christmas ornaments and winter themed pictures.
Love this old window. I stenciled on the back of it with a paint pen then just added the candleholders.
This just might be my favorite room in the house. Love, love, love my soaking tub.
Found the architectual wave above the mirrors at an occasional sale. Knew it would be perfect for my bathroom!
One of my favorite things, scales!
This towel embellishment is actually a necklace!
I bought this old dentist or doctors stand at the last sale at Junk Market. It cost me only $50.
Thanks for sharing my home tour with me on-line. I hope you were able to get into the Christmas spirit with me!