Eclectic Decorating Ideas
I have eclectic decorating ideas. I go with the flow - whatever I see is what I come home with. People say "where are you going to put that?" I don't buy something with the intent of having a place to put it. I buy it because I like it. I have a lot of primitives and folk art, but that doesn't mean if I find something Victorian I love that I won't bring it home. It's my home and I can decorate it the way I feel comfortable with. That's what I call eclectic comfort.
Windchime garden whimsy by Garden Whimsies by Mary
decorchick.com's fall mantel.Wooden bowl holds acorns beneath antique window frame. Faux pumpkins sit atop stacked paperback books tied together with twine & also on vintage scale w/ piece of scrap burlap. To create fall wreath, Used colored yarn, wreath form, and faux foliage. She secured the yarn with dab of hot glue on back of wreath form & wrapped yarn carefully around, alternating colors. She added fall foliage embellishments with hot glue & florist's wire and hung wreath on window frame.
Yellow, Orange, and Gray Fall Mantel ~
Blending period details with modern comforts, a new Colonial-style home conjures the charm of Christmas past to give one Chicago-area family a memorable season.
Jelly-mold pendant lights!
Jelly-mould pendant light
Vintage cookie cutters!
nest full of eggs: holiday ideas house
Pretty Pots Decorated With Fabric As Mother’s Day Surprise
Old funnel...repurposed into a primitive light.
Cabinet constructed of two salvaged windows (the doors), electric knobs as handles (from knob & tube wiring), salvaged wood for the frame, old barn wood for the top, beadboard left over from a wall project as the back, and chicken wire sides #recycle #salvage
Old water trough turned into a lamp
Shopping For French Country Furniture at Harvest
Junk wind chime!!!~
ReStyle ReUse ReDesign: April 2010
Old Ladders...re-purposed into a prim garden arbor.
Ladder Trellis - Garden Junk Forum - GardenWeb
From garden fence to cloche - an unexpected project!