It’s been awhile since I’ve had a treasure Monday post. As you can imagine, picking is slow this time of year due to the weather. That hasn’t really stopped me though. I’ve attended a few auctions lately. And have been scoring at the thrift store in the fabric department.
Typically I am rotating chairs around the house from room to room but lately it has been window treatments. Which, by the way, are really difficult to photograph due to the lighting.
I love finding vintage linens in excellent condition…
Is it the year of the pom pom? I feel like they are suddenly every where. I am not complaining! I am falling right into this trend and fortunately I am finding vintage pom poms. Even better! I modified a pair of drapes as valances in my guest room.
On the same day, I came across a pair of perfectly coordinating twin flat sheets that stand in as curtain panels. No sewing needed!
Of course this new found “window treatment” caused a domino effect. I’ve been passively looking for something like this for the guest room so I happily took down the green plaid panels. We are currently playing with them in my parent’s guest room.
After finding the sweet yellow and orange pom poms, I came across an adorbs set of brown pom pom curtains.
How could I resist them? They are also a candidate for my parents house although I wish I had a place to hang them in my own home! The size just isn’t right. Shucks. They are so whimsical and cute!
Moving along to my favorite find though…a set of vintage sage green toile drapes. You might have caught a glimpse of these on my instagram last week when it was love at first sight. Swoon!
They are the perfect size for my dining room window which has now caused yet another complete domino effect. I’ve been wanting a green dining room since we moved in nearly 2 years ago. These drapes have finally kick started things around here. Now I’m on the hunt for the perfect contrasting valance. I’m trying a few things like a new to us antique area rug. I painted the table. The list goes on. I’ll share everything when I’m finished with the research and development stage.
In 2014. Kidding. I can’t wait that long to pull it all together in the dining room.
I will be sure to share what I learned about hanging drapes. Like old school drapes that your grandmother had. This is a new topic for me. Stay tuned for that post on Wednesday.
What vintage treasures have you been finding lately?