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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Hey, Where'd You Get That?!

Thank you so much for the birthday wishes yesterday! Birthdays are drug out stretched out in our house, so I get to keep the party going through the weekend. Then it will be time to focus on Thanksgiving and Christmas...eeek!

A few weeks ago, I shared my formula for styling coffee tables...and even went so far as to show you one table, styled six ways! Since then, I've received many comments and emails asking about the different items used, so I thought I'd take this opportunity to give you the source list. Many things I've collected over the years, but some are things I tweaked from their original state, or picked up from unexpected stores.You don't have to spend a fortune, or shop in high-end joints to decorate!

{ONE}

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Brass Vessel | Courtney Lake's Joy & Revelry Shop
(see how I fake the orchid here)
Agate | belonged to my grandparents
Wood Bowl | brought back from this trip
Bowl Filler | Dollar Store
Mirror Tray | Target, lined with this paper
River Rocks | brought back from this trip
Faux Antlers | Kohls
Candle | TJ Maxx


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Matches stored in my daughter's baby cup, with striker from a box of matches taped to the bottom.



{TWO}
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Large Driftwood | Home Goods
Monogrammed Paper Weight | West Elm
Magnifying Glass | Marshalls



 {THREE}

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Tray | Tuesday Morning, lined with Snake Skin Duct Tape (check out all the options!)
Black & White Vase | Target
Brass Candle Sticks | Thrift Store


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DIY Mirror Box used as planter


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{FOUR}

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Lantern | Pottery Barn
Wood Dish | Marshalls
Shells | brought back from this trip, then bleached
Zebra Tray | Furbish


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Matches stored in a Home Goods trophy cup. I removed the wood base that was attached to it.



{FIVE}
 
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Oversized Wood Bowl | Home Goods
Silver Candle Sticks | Collected for years


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Diane von Furstenberg Dish | Home Goods (Kitchen department)



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Gold Horse Head | DIY found here
Brass Urchin | Furbish



{SIX}

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Driftwood Ball | West Elm


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Where are your favorite places to pick up cool, yet inexpensive, decorative accents?

9 comments:

  1. love it all! you really know how to style a table :) xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  2. I love that tray! So cute!

    Rachel
    www.pinkflamingostyle.com

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  3. This post was great! I always look forward to your posts and have "stolen" many ideas. :)

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  4. Out of all your fabulous accessories, my favorite has to be your daughter's baby cup. It's so sweet!

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  5. I loved your that post! It was so useful and informative...Can you please do more of such series for different area around the home....dining table, vanity etc?

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  6. I love homegoods! totally addicted to that store... and i'm seriously impressed with all of your tablescaping... so pretty!

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  7. Homegoods and TJ Maxx! Love your style!

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  8. Beautiful! Loving all of the pretty design books!

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Your comments are like popcorn with milk duds, I just can't quit them. Thanks for taking the time to share your positive thoughts! xoxo, cass

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