Are you brave enough to own this couch? Find it on Krrb.com, right here. I hastily re-styled it in Photoshop using some of cushionchicago’s awesome pillows, which just happen to be for sale on Fab.com right now. I picked the crazy quilt pillow because I figured why not layer wild with more wild.
How would YOU style this couch?
This hack is pretty easy. All you need to do is buy a cheap rack and affix a wood box to it. Wine crate, fruit bin, old dairy box…the options are endless really, but here are a few good boxes that might work for you.
Two more after the jump.
One more after the jump.
Be the most popular person at the office! Take a chicken feeder and turn it into a candydish. Blammo! These candy feeders would also make super cute Easter centerpieces.
We got this question recently via Facebook from Thriftaholic Leilani:
Does anyone have creative vintage-style storage solutions? My apartment is reaching its bursting limit and I don’t want to store my goods in plastic tupperware tubs. What’s an affordable and eye pleasing alternative? I already use vintage suitcases for storage.
Thanks for asking the smart folks at TVB! Here are some of our suggestions.
Did y’all see TVB pal Dean Fisher’s apartment tour on Apartment Therapy last week? If not, you should check out the changes she’s made since we visited her home last year. One thing that I love about Dean’s style is that she uses fabric in unexpected ways, like the kilim rug headboard in her guest room and the Suzani layered with a rattan headboard in her master bedroom.
Want to get the look? Dean is selling a few Suzanis in her Etsy shop!
Since we’re gearing up this weekend for Vintage Bazaar’s first-ever wedding-themed market, I figured I’d find an ingenious vintage remix idea that’d work as a wedding centerpiece or guest favor.
Ball jars and plants make for a cheap yet classy alternative to expensive floral arrangements and double as a take-home for guests. If you have enough lead time you can even propagate your own basil plants or other herbs to save on buying new plants.