One of the best and easiest ways to decorate your home is to personalize it with things you love. For me, that means decorating with vintage finds. I much prefer a unique item from the flea market than I do a brand new shiny object that’s mass produced. I still buy home decor items from Home Goods or World Market; it’s just that I love the allure of a piece that has a bit of history attached to it. Like my recent Ebay purchase.
This Maddock and Company pitcher is 12″ tall and was made in the very early 1900s. Because the company used a variety of trademarks on their pieces, it makes it easy to identify the approximate date of the piece.
I snagged her for just $35!
The white ironstone pitchers are paired with gourds and a makeshift candle created with a new Ball mason jar, filled with cracked corn, and tied with a raffia bow. I recently shared the tutorial for making this simple candle holder at Live Creatively Inspired.
I have a hard time letting go of them … and yes I do still read them!
This beauty was marked down from $40 to just $20. Honestly, I wouldn’t have paid $40 for it even though it is quite large. Finding bargains makes decorating with vintage finds that much easier … and enjoyable!
Personalizing your living space can definitely enhance your mood throughout the day!
Before I go … I want to tell you about a special event this week!
Here’s the schedule for Tastes of the Seasons so you know which blog to visit!
Monday: Craftberry Bush
Tuesday: Town and Country Living
Wednesday: Finding Silver Pennies
Thursday: Ella Claire Inspired