While my decorating style has changed and evolved over the years, one thing that has always been present is a touch of vintage charm. And this goes back as far as I can remember.

Incorporating vintage charm into my home has become second nature to me and so I wanted to create this post to share some of these ideas with all of you.

What is Vintage Charm?

Vintage charm feels like a hug from the past. It’s comforting.

It’s like walking into an old book store along a cobblestone road. Vintage charm evokes memories of simpler times. It’s a hand-sewn quilt, a pie on the window sill, or a handwritten recipe card.


Vintage Charm:

Over the years I have amassed a unique art collection that I love. I’m constantly adding to and editing my collection.

In fact, as I’ve developed my own art practice during these past few years, I’ve become a more avid collector.

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Vintage Charm:

I think adding a collection to your home is one of the best ways to infuse some vintage charm.

Kitchen Essentials

Vintage Charm:

Making simple and subtle choices can quickly and easily evoke that vintage charm look and feel. For example: - Choose wooden tools - Copper or cast iron cookware - Designate a place next to a window for growing herbs.

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