With this view, we honestly don’t need anything more, but my vintage soul simply loves to decorate so off I go on my hunt as we continue what has become our “constant” re-do project for the last 13 years! And I want to share my finds with you, because I’m a huge believer in shopping local!
Let’s start with my finds from Gravy, located on Main Street in Brevard….This gorgeous antique table was a “stop, turn around, purchase” find. We really haven’t started our bedroom renovation yet, but I know I want a sitting area in the corner by the window so I’m happy to start with this piece. And interestingly enough, the lamp came from Gravy years ago (thanks Sandy and Alicia)! Still a mainstay in our home. The enamelware pitcher came from Country Creations….not just a florist! And the pillows? From Burlap & Lace!
I could be embarrassed to show you our rustic orange counter tops, but at least I’m working with them in this vintage-styled home! I have tried so many utensil vessels and finally found this piece (also from Gravy). In fact, some of the utensils came from there as well!
The last Gravy find of late was the sign (I actually purchased this one from The Tin Roof, but the artist has relocated to Gravy)….you really should check out this local favorite spot!
Now for more about Country Creations, located on S Broad Street in Brevard. Sheila McCall, owner, opened up booth spaces in her floral shop years ago, and I was blessed to have one of my first spaces there. I make her shop a weekly stop as well, so let me show you why…Sheila has some amazing vendors. The platter came from Stephanie’s Creations, the booth that is located in the window space there. And to let you in on a secret, when my foot was broken, I was blessed to find Stephanie for so many reasons. I began purchasing some of her painted pieces for Burlap & Lace, as I was unable to paint myself for about 5 months and her style was so similar to mine that I couldn’t pass her work by. (To be honest she paints better than I do!) Stephanie will be bringing more of her English Style to Burlap & Lace beginning in May, as she will be styling one of the upstairs rooms for me! Please stop in both here and Country Creations to see her work….I’ll be surprised if you don’t take a few of her pieces home with you!Underground Salvage is another “must go” stop and shop place for me. The bench came from there….perfect indoors or out!
The door was another Underground Salvage find….perfect to cover a doorway in our home when company is visiting and we want to block off the bedrooms from the den area. Still need to go back there to find the perfect hardware for the handle!
Now I want to move from my home to Burlap & Lace and let you see some of the “local finds” that you will enjoy when you come shop here!