Do you love cozy porches with unique characters? Join me today for iced tea on our porch and let’s talk cozy antiques and spring porch ideas!
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Don’t you just love days like that?
When you find just what you’re looking for and the bonus was most of it was 40% OFF!
And the next best thing to vintage shopping is when it’s time to decorate with it all.
Am I right?
So I’m excited to have you join me here today as we begin decorating our cozy antique spring porch at our Vermont home with this week’s vintage finds.
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Vintage Lemonade Set
First up, I found this vintage lemonade set for just $19.00.
However, I enjoy iced tea a bit more than I do lemonade so that is what I will be serving up while you join me here today on our cozy antique spring porch.
I would say this set is from back in the 1970s sometime, based on its flower patterns.
Beverage carts and coffee bars are so popular today in home decor. I think it’s because they create a commonplace for us to gather.
So why not add a simple vintage set like this one to your spring porch this year for you to enjoy with family and friends?
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Iced Tea & Lemonade Recipes
Here are a few recipes for you to enjoy with your new vintage lemonade set.
- Blended Berry & Mint Green Iced Tea
- Lavender and Blackberry Sparkling Lemonade
- Perfect Fresh Lemonade
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- 20 Refreshing Homemade Lemonade Recipes
Do you like this wicker table?
I found it out antiquing this past summer for $45 in Maine.
The top comes off and it can be used as a serving tray.
I love this feature and it’s the real reason I bought it. Plus, I like the colors and the wicker for our antique-inspired spring porch.
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Ok, can we talk about this antique crock now?
I have always wanted to collect antique crocks, but they are always so darn expensive. I inherited two large beautiful crocks from my mother that I use all the time, and I thought that would be enough.
Until I saw this beauty priced at $100 and on sale for $60. That was a bargain for an antique crock in my book!
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And I knew just what I wanted to do with it…
Fill it with purple flowers for spring, on the porch of course!
I adore the color combination of purples and dark woods together. The contrast is just stunning.
At the local supermarket I grabbed:
- 2 bouquets of tulips.
- 2 bouquets of greenery with baby’s breath.
- 2 bouquets of pink Lily of the Incas.
- 1 Potted Chrysanthemum.
to create these two beautiful flower arrangements for our spring porch coffee table. Which I will still need to bring inside at night, unfortunately, as our temperatures here in Vermont are still on the cool side.
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A Big Old Antique Trunk
When I set out antiquing earlier this week, my main objective was to find a big old antique trunk that I could use as a coffee table with our new wicker furniture on the porch.
I wanted a trunk that was very large and tall. One that I could use as a work table, for entertaining, and of course, storage!
And there she was, sitting pretty at the absolute last booth I went to in a sea of vintage vendor booths… And it was in the 40% OFF booth too. Woo Hoo!
Once I got it home and onto the porch, I used my new favorite find, Restor-A-Finish in Mahogany, and wiped the entire trunk down with it. Boy did it look amazing!
But I didn’t stop there, I then rubbed it down with Feed-N-Wax to make it look even more beautiful and to protect it from the elements.
I love how cozy the antique trunk looks on the porch and the added storage space, well it’s just awesome!
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I’m so glad you dropped by, and if you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoyed your visit with us here today at our Home in Vermont.
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