This is our coffee table that we purchased at a flea market. Look at our little bird, isn't he so cute?:)
I like to refer to this as the wall of Shabby. All the frames, the end tables and our lamp are distressed to my liking. I found these frames at random thrift and antique shops, yard sales, and the house of Mona. When I had them all out at my in-law's my father-in-law told me he never knew anyone with a frame fetish! Well now you do Dan, now you do.
I found this treasure at my personal heaven, Cottage Girls. Cottage Girls is an antique shop in Carmichael that makes me happier than any shop on earth! We use this as a catch-all. I love how crusty it is!
This is our dresser. We also got this at Cottage Girls. You can't really tell how pretty it is in pictures, but you can get the idea. Yes, that's Matt and me when we were both two:) I'll have to make a post dedicated to baby pictures of Matt. He was soooooo precious!
I got the top end table at a flea market and the bottom old, sweet table at Magnolia Antique Shop in Carmichael. To me shabby chic items give my apartment a vintage/country/homey/adorable vibe, which is exactly what I'm going for. I can't wait until we can live in a house so I can cram it to the brim with shabby everything!