The geniuses at URBN INC have expanded their empire. If you’re a fan of Free People, Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters or Terrain, I think you’ll be pretty happy with their newest addition, BHLDN.
BHLDN features heirloom and vintage wedding pieces. Among their collection are gowns, shoes, accessories, gifts and décor. For those of you planning a vintage dream wedding, this is the place to go. And even if you’re not planning a wedding, you could still spend a good bit of time just drooling over it all.
Today we’re featuring BHLDN’s décor collection. We’d argue that all of these beautiful pieces don’t have to be just for a wedding, though a wedding is probably the best excuse to drop the cash (unless you’ve just always wanted a $488 dollar cascade chandelier).
You can check out all the glory for yourself here.
Posted by florenceandmillie on May 24, 2012
Welcome to the fantastically eclectic kitchen of this thrift store-loving blogger, Love Made Me Do It. We absolutely love the one-of-a-kind furniture and vintage touch, which clearly took a lot of digging at thrift stores and flea markets. Amazing how a collection of kitchenware and furniture can come from so many different places and yet look so perfect together, huh?
We really could go on and on about how lovely this space is. The natural light, the cozy feel, the colors. Reds, blues and yellows always have a way of winning us over.
We would gladly spend some time here, if that much wasn’t clear already.
Posted by florenceandmillie on May 22, 2012
If we had lots of spare money and cabinet space, we’d start a collection of vintage Pyrex dishes. They’re practical, whimsical, durable and timeless. And there seems to be and endless array of collections: butter dishes, cassesrole dishes, mixing bowls, tea cups, salad plates, saucers, gravy boats, etc. Literally everything your vintage little kitchen would ever dream of. There’s tons of these for sale on Etsy and probably a few gems hiding in your local antique shops. Don’t feel bad dropping a few bucks on these–they’ll last you longer than your plasticware, and they’re far too lovely to pass up.
Posted by florenceandmillie on April 19, 2012
1. Harmony Wedge, Modcloth 2. Sweet Mint vase, OldnNewAgain 3. Brushed Terra Dress, Anthropologie 4.Mason Frame Clutch, Fossil 5.Avocado Necklace, KimDulaney 6. Design Sponge at Home by Grace Bonnie, Anthropologie
Posted by florenceandmillie on January 21, 2012
This week’s Etsy shop is that of Monica from Altus, Oklahoma! Monica’s shop feature rocks that have beautiful, intricate crocheted patterns. They are great for home decor or maybe as a paper weight in an office. We would love to see these in a garden as well! She really has a knack for making incredibly unique, well-suited patterns for the rocks. She has a variety of colors of rocks, and patterns that she uses. I mean, who would have thought to make beautiful crochet on rocks? Monica, that’s who. Also, she makes crocheted jewelry and other art pieces. And we’re happy to say, she’s dang good at it! So, head over to here Etsy shop here, and check out what cool things she’s crocheting.
Posted by florenceandmillie on October 25, 2011
Ok. Let’s just take a moment to talk about how awesome these Framed Objects are. These frames, that come with a vase, shelf, or hook, emphasize your ordinary every day objects and turn them into works of art to display in your lovely home. We love the simplicity of the frames and think that they would add an elegant, yet quirky, touch to any space. Oh. So. Lovely.
Posted by florenceandmillie on September 7, 2011