It’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to go shopping other than to the grocery store. I popped into an antique store in Appomattox this weekend and found three things that just had to come home with me.
I love the unique shape and color of this $5.00 planter. I have one other orange planter and the two of them will be perfect for fall decorating.
I almost passed by this $6.00 bowl, but I had to buy it when I saw the date and initials on the bottom. Could it be handmade? I don’t know for sure, but I like to think that it may be.
I filled it with some faux fruit. Love it!
I purchased this pretty floral picture for $9.50. It looks perfect with a group of prints in my living room.
The bottom left picture and the top right picture belonged to my grandmother. All of the other prints in the group were purchased in Appomattox. We’ve done a lot of post bike antiquing out there!
I’m joining Rhoda at Southern Hospitality for her weekly Thrifty Treasures party.
Hey, Paula, I love your wall grouping, that is so pretty. Thanks for joining the party today!
Love your purchases!! And they are gorgeous in your home! xoxo
Looks like you found some fun things! Your bowl filled with fruit looks happy to be part of your vignette :). Have a great week!
This looks so lovely. I adore the way you put togther your wall grouping!
Love that bowl! And the flower picture looks great with the rest of your pictures!
Great finds Paula! I am such a sucker for vintage floral prints, love your grouping.
Paula, your grouping looks fabulous. Doesn’t surprise me what great finds you have knowing what a good huntress you are when it comes to junkin.
Great finds, Paula! I love the flower print, reminds me of my grandmother also.
those are some good finds Paula!!
I love that rounded frame!!
LOVE that planter, Paula!!! 🙂
I love the platter…and the faux poms 🙂
Oooh I love the wood bowl! I have something similar and it has a million uses.
How fun to find a picture to add to your wall that is so sentimental to you!
Love that planter!