Before I start rolling in the details on how to achieve my Vintage Eclectic Edgy home style, I wanted to thank Stephanie over at Casa Watkins Living for hosting such an amazing blog hop. If you have been following along this hop you probably have seen a variation of styles just in this line up. For those of you coming from The Happy Housie, welcome! Everyone participating is so unique when it comes to their personal style and gifted interior stylist, so make sure you check out the participants that shared earlier in the week and those that will share tomorrow as well. Trust me, they will inspire you!!
If I had to choose three words to describe my style, it would be: VINTAGE…ECLECTIC…EDGE (edgy). I love vintage decor. In fact, most of my home decor is thrifted. I like some stuff that I see in stores, but nothing beats the hunt for treasure, if you know what I mean. The history behind an object is always fascinating to me, as well. The word Eclectic comes into play, because I like everything. I like to mix and match styles and make my brain hurt from thinking. Haha!!! No, just kidding. I just do not like things that look like they should obviously be together. I have a true admiration for Eclectic decor and those designers who can pull off this look. I would like to consider myself edgy stylistically. I am also a bit moody, but that has been proved challenging and hard for me to achieves since I was living in a rental and could not achieve the overall look my heart desired. I am sharing two of my favorite spaces (dining room and family/eating area) from my past rental that showcases my style perfectly…Enjoy!
*Please note, the Urban Trends Ceramic Face Vase is no longer sold. Also, I DIYed my own Signage and Art in this room, the items listed above are places you can buy similar prints from.
Get the Look: Magazine Wall Art Collage
Here is a double header or a two for one for you, my most recent One Room Challenge makeover. I made-over my rental family room and eating area. Literally 6 weeks of labor to find out the day of the reveal that (at that time) there would be a 95% possibility that we would be moving. Oh-well, at least I got to enjoy lounging in a pretty room.
Get the Look: Painted Brass Plates
I don’t recall ever writing a “we moved” post, but hey, we moved! Yup, if you have been following Domicile 37, you may have realized that we moved twice in one year. My husband was offered an incredible job opportunity that he could not pass up. So we moved from the East Coast to South…Texas of all places—I say that with sarcasm, because I was raised in Texas and this moved came as a shock to me and I am still kind of adjusting. Also, if you are subscribed to my site, you should be receiving my insiders only newsletters. I have switched the way I write my newsletters so they are more personal and I know so far I have shared my thoughts about moving, and a home tour of my new casa. I plan to share more…Meanwhile, I have been slaving away painting, unpacking, and trying to get settle so the ball has been rolling very slowly for me, but I am hoping to have a house update for you in the near future. In the meanwhile, please stop by Willow Street Interiors, she will be ending todays My Home Style Challenge.
For more inspirational interior styling, please visit the ladies below…That is where I will be!