Today, I thought I would share with you a little light from our weekend...I hope that you do the same, take a moment to share your joys and spread some light for all to see.
Saturday morning we woke up a bit earlier than we usually do on a weekend and headed out to the Old Red Lumber Yard in McKinney. We have been redecorating the back patio-- moving to a more 'industrial chic' look with accents of turquoise and tin. Our new patio is in need of new lighting, a vintage chandelier to add a feminine touch to the hard scape. After a quick stop at Starbucks for coffee, muffins and donuts- we were set to pick treasures.
The "ORLY" as it is called is a cozy outdoor market full of vintage goods arranged in the most adorable vignettes and pairings.
These chandeliers caught my eye.
The house behind me "Fringe" was a little slice of heaven. Vintage lace, burlap, linen-- the girls and I could have stayed in there forever.
|Excuse my 'blue steel' face-- Jeff likes to snap photo without giving me warning!|
Afton was determined to buy something-- anything! She has some allowance money that is burning a hole in her pocket.
This is a cool 'sign' idea-- add vintage letters to a screen door.
Old ladders make great shelves indoors or can be used as a garden trellis outside.
I want lights like this strung across my backyard.
No Texas backyard is complete without a cactus in a cool planter-- I am adding this to my list of 'must have patio accessories'.
All in all, it was a fun market. We ended up leaving empty handed. But spending the morning shopping outside together was worth the trip.
What moments of light have you enjoyed lately?
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