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Saturday, September 13, 2014

long time no post

Sorry we went MIA!!!  
I can't believe all that has happened since our last post.
Since our last post we have had a granddaughter...she is just adorable.

Cheryl is no longer working at the University
 and is now full time at our store....
We have started renting wonderful
vintage to rustic items for weddings, photo shoots 
and parties... you can even have custom banners made 
and rent them....
There sure is a lot going on at our little store!
Everyday we get new items...from furniture to linens!
We are purchasing more estates and have a bigger selection.
Right now we are working on getting all our Halloween decor out for all to purchase...come down and see just how you can decorate for Halloween....with our being gory!
We hope to start blogging again more with before and after photos of custom paint jobs that Cheryl is doing...
We are sell the most amazing Chalk Paint Dust called
This is a chalky dust that you can add to any color flat paint your heart desires.  

  All you need is 
2 Tblp of Dust
2 Tblp of boiling water*
And 1 Cup of your favorite color of paint.
Its just that simple....
Come on down and check it out.
Well that is all for today...but we will be back soon!

Monday, December 16, 2013

Wrap it up!
Its getting closer to wrapping time.... what do you do?  Do you buy massive amounts of paper to wrap?  I usually change my wrapping every year... and I keep seeming to try to make it as simple as possible with looking as nice as it can...
I have been out searching Pinterest for some great simple ideas....here is what I have found:

1. Doily and Costume Jewelry:

2. Mason Jars...not just for food

3. Take out boxes and lunch bags

4. paper towel rolls

5. Scrapbook paper
6.  Use a picnic basket

7.  Old boxes and tins

8. Old Maps
9. Newspaper
 10 Sewing Patterns
Or you can make them themed and color cordinated

 So what ever you do....have fun and keep it light simple and whimsy!

I know I will be doing a pink and Kraft paper theme this year... I jut can't wait to wrap!

Monday, December 9, 2013

Christmas Time Is Here
The holiday season evokes many emotions, but perhaps the great is nostalgia.  There’s no better time to pull out your collections of vintage cards, linens, glassware and more to add a unique touch to your holiday d├ęcor.  Whether it’s a display of colorful ornaments or a grouping of whimsical Santas, your collectibles bring special meaning to celebrations and family gatherings.  Don’t be afraid to mix up color palettes, patterns and textures it is the season to make things merry and bright, after all.

Here are 10 vintage, collectable and just down right cute items that could be displayed around your house this season:

1. Ceramics, statues or glass ware

2. Stockings:

 Homemade stockings $20.00

 3.  Blankets, pillows, burlap 

4. Holiday Glass ware

5. Old Keys

6. Ornaments

7. Colored Glass

8. Vintage clothing

9. Children's toys

10: NutCrackers

All this week...30% off Christmas items....
also buy $50.00 now and
 get $10.00 to spend in January...
Hope to see you soon!


Monday, October 14, 2013

A little Contest

What's Old is New again!

This is the age of the 3 RRR's
 Re-imagine, Re-purpose and Re-Loved...
What have you found in your treasure hunts?

maybe a chair?
 Or a dresser?

Or something you have completed created on your own:
Do you have an item that have revamped that you purchased at:
Lost and Found?
If so... submit your pictures of before and after
(OR after if that is all you have)
or add to our facebook
November 15th
you just might win an awesome goodie!

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Ways to get the Romantic Cottage look

There are several ways to get a Romantic Cottage look...
I thought I would list a few:

  • Fill pitchers with garden flowers that have day-old blooms.
  • Let the light in.  Opt for soft, gauzy window treatments.
  • Cover your sofa with throws and pillows made from vintage fabrics.
  • If you have wood floors, show them off. 
  • Choose fabrics with similar colors, texture and design and use as accents throughout the house.
  • Use a cedar chest for a coffee table.
  • Display your tea towels, china collection, lost and found finds and other go-to cottage accessories.
  • Bring in romantic details, such as wicker accessories, sensuous throws, soft lighting, candles, crystal to catch the light, flowers and fabrics that play on the senses.
  • From bed to bath, in the kitchen and in the dining room, floral prints add soft texture and appeal.
  • Let nature inspire, use its colors, bounties and elements in your cottage vignettes.
  • Paint vintage pieces white or soft pastel shades.
  • Add comfort not clutter, edit a room so it provides fundtion and beauty.
  • Group your collections by color and/or by kind, showcase them on bookshelves or tables.
  • Mix and match your dining rooms chairs, adding a couple of chairs from Lost and Found.
  • Show off your reading skills: stake of books lend themselves to a the cottage lifestyle.
  • Mix and match: decorate a room with architectural elements and add elegant touches like a silver tea caddy, crocheted cocktail napkins and a crystal bowl filled with fruit, flowers or vintage small toys (dominoes, hot wheel cars, tinker toys).

For all of these items and more... come down to Lost and Found...we love helping you pull your rooms together!
For more ideas..check out our shabby and everything chic pinterst board

For all our boards:
Lost and found pinterest link click here

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Vintage clothes

Vintage clothes...
Rachael of Maeberry Vintage
just brought in the 
cutest vintage clothing...
Here is a sneak peek...

 Sure hope you can make it down to see them...
Also make sure you check out our Facebook page 
for more pictures and giveaways.