‘Tis the season for yard saling. And for barnstorming. And this month I’ve been up to both.
Artists, history and architecture enthusiasts toured barns throughout the Buckeystown area last weekend.
Our barns were included on the tour, and our visitors embraced the opportunity to learn and enjoy.
Barns are beautiful.
At the reception afterwards, we were able to purchase this delightful oil painting, by Courtney Lee, of our beautiful barns.
And then on to this weekend’s fun: Yard saling! Chartreuse & co’s annual Yard Sale is this weekend, and we’ve all been rummaging through all our treasures, projects, and finds, marking them at irresistible yard sale prices.
Plus, we’re always bringing in fabulous new finds. Here’s a look at my favorites this month:
Silverware chimes. So simple and pretty.
This pretty french chair is one of a pair.
There’s a number of exceptional vintage cameras in the barn now. This one has to be my favorite.
Aren’t these just the cutest little owls, ever?
I just had to include this one. After years of struggling and coaxing, my hydrangea is finally not just surviving, but flourishing! I’m sooo happy!!!
That just-right shade of tangerine. And a matching pair, too!
If I had a beach house, this arrangement would be there.
I love everything about this console table. The bow-front. The carved details. The spot-on color. It’s just perfect.
These lamps (there’s a pair of them) are that perfect bottle green. And I love that the bottoms are open, so you can create vignettes inside them, and change them so easily.
And I’ve finally gotten some serious work done on my laundry room. Result? Tons of yard sale-priced vintage linens that I just can’t fit in my newly organized space.
I’ll be posting pictures -before and after – when the room is finally complete (I ran out of paint part way through . . .)
Thanks for reading,
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