Hi friends, lately, it seems I could never get a hold on much blogging. We’re trying to settle in and that’s priority right now. Hopefully, I’ll be able to find my blogging swag again and be back on track. I do have a few posts in the making, including my plate wall tutorial that you saw here plus an update on the move. Meanwhile, I am sharing another favorite summer home tour feature with you today.
Kelly over at Eclectically Vintage has such an inspiring home. I love that she has a mix of decor she loves that are both vintage and eclectic. In many ways, I am kind of like her with the eclectic side of things because I simply cannot stick to one style. It’s true. Sometimes, I am not even sure what to call it! I used to think something was wrong with me but then I am beginning to accept my style. Whatever I love goes. This may not be the best home decor advice you have ever heard, but hey, who is to determine right? You make home yours:)
I first met Kelly over on Facebook, last Fall, and we had a back and forth conversation about our Facebook pages. I was immediately drawn to all her beautiful home decor photos she posted on Facebook. Those Fall photos were just gorgeous. Since then, I have been following Kelly to see all that she has to offer.
You can already see her eclectic style of decor between these first two photos. The first one is definitely more vintage than the second. I love how she added some coastal in the mix in this image. After all, it’s summer.
And here is another shot of more vintage and coastal. This little crock is acting as a side table. How brilliant is that?! If you are on the eclectic side of decorating, you will want to check out Kelly’s blog for lots of inspiration. It is definitely a fun one!
How about you? Do you like the eclectic style of decorating? Have you toured Kelly’s Summer home before? Go check it out and let me know what you think!!
Disclosure: I have gotten permission from Kelly to use some of her images for this post. All images (except the first) belong to Eclectically Vintage. I chose to leave full photos “be” so you can go tour her home on her site!