Monthly Archives: March 2015

A Lamp-tastic Weekend

This weekend was one of some serious ups and downs. On the downside, I missed out on some amazing furniture pieces that might haunt me the rest of my vintage hunting days. On the upside the entire Snag team headed out together and I found some great lighting. My most interesting find was probably this […]

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Weekend Finds: Taylor Smith & Taylor Blue Clarion Dishes

Thrifting with a toddler and a baby is the worst kind of thrifting. Carrying one and keeping the other out of clothing racks while rifling through boxes is a dangerous business. Needless to say it doesn’t happen very often. But one day at a small-town thrift store, the owner said, “And you do know about our […]

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March Garage Sales

I didn’t find many sales last week but I did find a few. Thursday my mom and I went to a church sale and found a few goodies. I couldn’t resist this “Made in Germany” wooden child’s caulk board for $0.50. It was hidden in a pile of newer picture frames. I snagged these old […]

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Before and After: Mid Century Bookshelves

When it comes to sprucing up vintage furniture, sometimes small changes make a big difference. Every day I see people chalk painting or aggressively altering vintage wooden furniture that really only needs a little love to look amazing. I’d like to think I saved the bookshelves in today’s post from a similar fate. You may remember […]

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My New Secretary: A Love Affair

I apologize if my post title lured you in with the expectation of sordid details, but I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. I truly am smitten with my newest acquisition. It’s a Drexel Declaration secretary! Tambour doors, slide-out desktop, and those legs—it was lust at first sight. Though I loved it at first sight, I didn’t […]

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