Mixing and matching china is a wonderful way to put together a one of a kind collection with personality. We did this at our Save the Ta Tas event. We collected china with different patterns (the common denominator was that each pattern had to have some pink in it) and elevated them on ice cream sundae dishes. The tablecloth we served the dessert buffet on was a vintage pink ruffled bedspread we found at the thrift store. The presentation was beautiful and elegant.
Vintage tumblers are very fun and ad some whimsy to any gathering.
A collection of pillows covered in vintage cases suits this day bed just fine. The worn fabrics ad softness to this resting place.
Flea markets and thrift stores are filled with containers like this. Pot something in them and give them as gifts for the holidays. A lovely ribbon on the handle in a Christmas theme would be it's crowning glory!
Look for baskets, boxes and cubbies to use for extra storage in your crafting area. We saw some great old lockers at The Funky Junk Show that would work perfectly here.
Here is a creative headboard, it was probably propped against the wall in the junk store just waiting for someone to repurpose it. Tiffany of Shabby Scraps had darling bud vases like this little one at our show and the lamp is just precious!
This kitchen reminds us of our mother's. She collects so much stuff and somehow she makes it all look so wonderful together, like this picture. Look closely and you will see old pots, old suitcases and more. Just like mom!
Another great headboard idea, that reminds us, who got the fab fireplace mantle at our show? Amy, was that you? Here's an idea for it.