My Favorite Pieces

You know those pieces in your home that you just love and know you’ll have forever? Well today I’ve teamed up with seven other bloggers to share just that–our most treasured goods. It was a hard choice for me, but I’ve selected five of my favorite items currently in our home. Be sure to check out the other bloggers at the end of this post!

1. My chippy old door

Old Door

There are few things I love more than an old door. I have two in our home, but this one is my favorite. My dad found it for me and I looooove it. It’s adds so much to this room.

Old chippy door Old door

2. My Granny’s trunk

Old vintage trunk used as coffee table

This piece speaks for itself. It’ so gorgeous and timeless I just love everything about it. My Granny had this in her living room all of my life, so it’s been an honor to have it in my home now.

Antique vintage trunk

3. Birdcage

Vintage birdcage

This is a cool piece that’s been in my family for years now. It’s rusty and old, but there’s just something about it that I love.

Vintage birdcage Vintage birdcage base

4. Vintage Coffee Table

Vintage coffee table

I picked this up a few months ago from a local antique dealer. I have never seen one like it and I love it. The details are my favorite. I wish I had 5 more just like it!

Vintage Coffee Table Vintage coffee table

5. Wooden Toolbox

Vintage Toolbox Centerpiece

I shared a little about this old toolbox and why it is so special to me in a recent post. But just look at it’s simple beauty and vintage charm. I’m currently using it as our centerpiece on our dining table and I think that is the perfect spot for it.

Toolbox Handle Wooden Toolbox in Dining Room

Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to drop in to the other blogs to see more treasured pieces:Bloggers

Kelly at Gratefully Vintage

Layla at My Sunset Avenue

Keila Bernowitz

Sarah at She Holds Dearly

Jessica at Honey N Hydrangea

Brittany at Indigo and Honey

Morgan at The White Farmhouse Blog

Welcome!! I’m Sarah-- mama to three kiddos + wife to my high school sweetheart. I'm usually over-caffeinated, browsing Amazon + running on lots of grace. Grab a snack + get comfy!

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  1. 1.31.16
    Jessica said:

    Your pieces add such a beautiful flair to your home!!!! They’re perfect!

    • 1.31.16
      Sarah said:

      Thanks so much Jessica, I really appreciate that!

  2. 1.31.16
    Kellie said:

    I love this post with so many beautiful things! Your house if full of so many it must have been hard to choose 😉 It has been so much fun to do another blog hop with you, my friend.

    • 1.31.16
      Sarah said:

      Thank you so much Kellie, you are always so sweet and supportive!

  3. 1.31.16
    Keila said:

    Sarah, the trunk is everything! These 5 pieces are absolutely gorgeous! It really is so hard to choose isn’t it? Thanks for sharing!

    • 1.31.16
      Sarah said:

      Thank you so much Keila, this trunk is so special to me!

  4. 2.1.16
    Cynthia said:

    They are all so lovely! I especially enjoyed reading that several of them had been passed down from family members, which makes them extra special! Thanks for sharing your treasures with us, Sarah! ❤
    Cynthia from Harper & Arrow Marketplace

  5. 2.1.16
    Brittany said:

    I love that your dad knows you so well to find that door that PERFECTLY fits your home. Well done, Dad! So sweet. And I have trunk just like yours that I treasure so much. I love all your vintage touches and I’m so glad you were able to join us in this hop! I hope to talk to you soon 🙂

  6. 2.11.16

    I loved doing this blog hop with you! It’s so fun to learn more about your decor and the stories behind them.

  7. 2.29.16
    Rania said:

    I absolutely love this. I have a few pieces I made into distressed pieces to get that same look and looking to get a trunk for my son’s bedroom. I pinned quite a few of your images. Love your style!

    • 3.4.16
      Sarah said:

      Thank you so much Rania, I really appreciate that!