I always enjoy my visits to Sweet Salvage. If you are a fan of rusty, crusty iron or shabby, chippy paint you will love the displays that they put together every month!
I love the mix of industrial and super girly!!!
Sparkly crystal and tarnished silver just make my heart go pitter patter!!
Every month there is always something I regret passing on. This teal blue scale was this month's regret.
Are these not the cutest little shoe forms you have ever seen????
This whole wall is yummy!! Julie does those wood spool clocks better than anyone I have ever seen!
These pillows are drool worthy too!
I love everything in this pic. I could totally live with a modern french country look.
Look at that sweet face!!
This divided tray is perfectly displayed. I bought a new one at Harbor Freight. I'm going to try and see if I can get it to look like it's been around a while! (I'll let you know how it goes)
I love this old xylophone used as a tray!!!
I am a fan of wicker. Not everybody is, but I really like the outdoorsy, beachy feel it gives a room.
And of course if you pair with brown transferware AND ironestone AND Ivy... well it's drool worthy to me.
Amazing architectural window. If I didn't already have one... well, you know.
You may have noticed that the title of this post was Sweet Salvage-Color Stories, and you are wondering "Hey Karen, where's all the color???" Yes, you have seen a bit of teal, and green, and yellow and of course all the wonderful whites and neutrals, but I haven't really shown any color yet. Guess what? I'm not going to either!! LOL!! Everytime I framed up a shot with all the reds and oranges and purples and blues my palms started sweating and I had a hard time breathing!! (Just kidding!) But, I am defintely NOT a bright color girl.
Dawn, from Bohemian Valhalla on the other hand, IS a color girl and she has 3 posts full of Sweet Salvage in all its colorful glory on her blog right now. I found it really cool to look at "Sweet" from her point of view because it is so different from mine. If all you get to see is the pics, you might think we were at two different stores, but it just goes to show how there is something for everyone and people can definitely see things differently!