A Pretty Corner in the Front Room
Do you guys remember a few weeks ago when I majorly simplified the dining room? I cleared out lots of the extra stuff, hung up new botanical artwork and basically de-cluttered the entire area. Well during that process I ended up moving my antique pie safe into our front room, which was pretty much the only place I could put it in the entire house. Well, other than the basement but who wants to carry a huge cabinet downstairs? Not this girl. No thank you. Anyway, it’s been in a corner of our front room now for a few weeks and I’ve been meaning to share it with you guys because it looks pretty darn cute. I styled it with a few new little things, but I kept it super simple for the most part!
Ok, first off can we talk about this super cute, vintage-y periodic table? I found it at Target and I just fell in love with it. Plus I think this will come in handy if I ever need to know the atomic number of something like magnesium or nitrogen. Because you know, those things are very important in my day to day life. Obviously.
I found those vintage Bingo cards on our little trip to the mountains last weekend. Aren’t those so cool?! I got a whole stack of them for eight bucks, which I thought was pretty darn good. I always love adding small finds like that to my antique collection.
This is a simple little corner, but that antique pie safe is a special piece to me because it actually belonged to my mom for many, many years. Now she’s letting me “borrow” it. And by borrow it I mean keep it at my house until she makes me give it back to her. But I’ve had it over a year now, so we’re going strong. (Thanks mom!) Anyway, it’s fun to style this cabinet with pretty little things and I’m actually glad we moved it in the front room. It was a way too large for our small dining room, so this feels like a much better fit. Plus that corner was just sitting empty, so I think it was meant to be.
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