Main Street Antiques & Design Gallery: Decorating Inspiration
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This morning we work up and headed out for breakfast. Sometimes it’s just nice not to have to cook! Anyone agree with me?
While we were driving we passed an antique mall that was house in a HUGE old building. We had never seen it before so after breakfast we drove back and my daughter and I perused around inside (while my hubby and boys waited in the car)….well after 45 minutes I finally decided we should head out – and we hadn’t even seen half of the building! However, while we were there I took several pictures of things I would like to make in the future. Enjoy this crafty inspiration!
Located in downtown Mooresville, NC
I absolutely loved the old brick walls!
Old headboard turned into a bench
Coffee Filter Wreath – I’m bummed this picture turned out blurry…but if you’d like to learn how to make one of these check out my tutorial HERE:
Burlap and Felt Flower Wreath: I loved all the layers and texture that this wreath had! I’ve definitely got to make one!
Corner Shelves: Old bi-folding doors with shelves added
Pallet Wood Sign: Pallet wood signs are so cute but you don’t often see them painted. I thought this would be adorable in a beach bathroom!
Coffee Sign with Mug Holders: I love how they used large old nails as the hooks for the mugs
Old Ski with Added Hook: This is so fun! Could be a super cute coat rack! Or great in a boys room.
Old Medicine Cabinet Mirror: What a fun little find! This would add such character and texture to any bathroom or entry room!
I love this pink shelf and I love these colors together! Classic girlie = perfection in my world!
Everything about this just makes me swoon!
Aprons: Seriously these are so easy to make…now just to have enough time to sew 🙂
Wood Pallet/Plank: Merry Christmas. This would be really easy to duplicate!
Bead Board Cross with Chevron Bow: It doesn’t get much easier than this! Just two pieces of scrap wood (bead board in this case) nailed together dressed up with a bow! I thought this would look really nice at Easter time!
Distressed Farm Table: The size of this table was really appealing to me! It looked handmade (judging by the top of the table). There are so many simple DIY Farm Table plans out there that this would be a fairly easy build!
Striped Frames: OK this is actually even easier than the Bead Board Cross. These frames are from the wooden section of Hobby Lobby, Michaels or Walmart. All yo have to do is take painters tape and block off the areas you do not want painted and then paint the rest! Super super simple! These would look cute in a beach bathroom!
Now I need to get busy creating some of these goodies! Which one(s) were your favorite?