Thrifting to Decorate, Share & Enjoy

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Our “Reader’s Showcase Series” is all about you! A place for you to share and be recognized for your talents and passion for all things thrifty, vintage, and antique decor inspired by your time here with Dabbling & Decorating.

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Vintage home decor is a timeless and charming style. We foster a sense of community here, and we want to see and highlight your vintage home decor styles, too.

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Tell your story in 2-3 sentences, including your name, contact, blog, and others.

Themes: Vintage Decor, Fleamarket Decor, Thrifted Finds, Vintage Finds, Antiquing, Antique Finds, DIY, Tips, and other related topics that inspired you while visiting and following Dabbling & Decorating.

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Lori’s 1880 Rocking Chair Refinishing Project | House on Wren

“We have a child’s rocking chair that’s been in the family since my 5th great-grandfather made it in 1880. I decided to restore it, and after I removed the paint, I loved the natural wood. I knew Ann does a lot of furniture refinishing, so I asked her what to do next. She suggested I use Howard’s Restor-A-Finish and Feed-N-Wax wood polish and conditioner. I love how it brought the wood back to life again!” ~ Lori

Inspired by the How to Refinish a Wood Table in Less Than 1 Hour post.

Lisa’s Thrifted Red Garden Box

It was my friend Lisa who introduced me to Chandler & Co Barn sales in Berwick, Maine. It was there she found this red garden-inspired vintage box. Now you see, Lisa loves her retro and modern decor style, but this vintage red garden box looked brilliant on her outdoor patio. An eclectic decor mix for the win here!

Inspired by the Irresistible New England Antique Barn Sale | Budget Friendly post.

Jane’s Vintage Tulip Arrangements

Inspired by the 17+ Simple Tulip Arrangement Ideas for Spring post, Jane recommends a visit to one of the Wicked Tulips Flower Farms located in Connecticut and Rhode Island.

We can’t wait to hear from you!

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