Vintage Inspired Home Decor Trends for Spring

Gathering a collection of colored glass.

As you know, I’m a vintage lover.  There is something about the thrill of the hunt going to flea markets and thrift stores that is more exciting to me than Vegas.  You never know what you will find and that is what I love best.  Sure I could go straight to Ebay or Etsy, but that is like shooting fish in a barrel for a thrill seeking vintage hunter like myself.  Something about shopping for vintage inspired home decor goodies at Tuesday Morning (sponsored post) gives me the same giddy feeling.

Mirrored credenza in Jennifer Perkins home.

When Tuesday Morning contacted me and asked me if I wanted to write a sponsored post for them, as in they paid me and gave me a mini shopping spree, I was like heck to the ya.  I shopped at Tuesday Morning before that email and I will keep on long after I’ve spent those gift cards on bathroom makeovers, Kilim rugs, pool toys and party supplies.  The thing about Tuesday Morning is that much like my beloved vintage shopping, you never know what you will find.  No two stores are the same and each one is full of fun possibilities, this is why I tend to visit all the Austin locations.

Jennifer Perkins Vladimir Tretchikoff above the mantle.

Head over to the Tuesday Morning Blog for all the deets on my latest home decor shopping trip.  Try and guess which pieces in the pictures are vintage and which pieces are vintage inspired.  When done right, it is hard to tell.  HINT: handwoven rugs, interesting pottery and colorful Murano inspired glass are all in the mix.  Sure, at my house vintage reigns supreme but you would be surprised at the things I find at Tuesday Morning that fit right it.

***As mentioned I was compensated for this post by Tuesday Morning Stores, but all opinions are my own.***

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