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DECOR: Scott’s Inspiration

Zsa Zsa and I made the trek down to Scott’s Antique Market a short while back.  The finds were bountiful as always and what I procured and brought home was a bit meager (haha) in comparison to the treasures I held back from buying.  I called a few branches of cotton blossoms and a handful of blue egg prints mine, but resisted the many temptations of other buys until I had a “plan” for the new house.

Nonetheless, there was a ton of inspiration to be had and I’ve got a few projects in the works based on these lovely inspired finds.

My love of all things southern and coastal is nothing new.  There were marsh oils a plenty so many beautiful antique accents to see.  The florals that had my eye were simple and classic – orchids … always!  The one oil of the cotton fields is to.die.for!  I’m on the hunt for a home for that beauty and fingers crossed she will still be there when I’m ready to buy!

Scott's Antique Market Art and Home Decorating

And y’all know me … I just can’t pass up an oyster shell!  There were so many beautiful accents lovingly made with the shells.  {{{ideas for projects!}}} and I’m still swooning over that bucket of oyster oil painting – it’s just perfect and may call my keeping room home really soon!

Scott's Antique Market Oyster Shell Decor and Art


Zsa Zsa has already requested some of those oyster shell brackets and put me to point to find or make them … stay tuned!


So many fun decorating ideas … so little time!  I’m headed back to Scott’s next month for more idilic shopping and maybe some more buying!




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