I always get a lot of questions about where items came from in my home.
Now, don’t get me wrong I love your questions.
I welcome your questions.
From where my curtains came from to what my musical tastes are (you probably already know that) to my preference of cheap beer (you probably already know that too).
I thought it may be helpful to you though, to have all the sources for a space in one post with links to the items or similar items.
Not helpful? Let me know. I welcome all comments.
Here is the complete source list for my recent screened-in porch makeover.
Let’s get this
party list started, shall we?
Striped Porch Floor –Tutorial Here
Floating Curtain Panels – Tutorial Here
Used this Hockley Mandarin Fabric from Online Fabric Store
Outdoor Chandelier – I found mine at a yard sale, similar here for only $20.
Round Metal Dining Table – Purchased at Lowe’s a few years back, similar here. (Heads up y’all, Lowe’s and Home Depot have been clearancing out their outdoor furniture and cushions!)
I’m a lucky girl indeed.
Black & White Polka Dot Table Runner – Made from this oilcloth fabric
Pink Flamingos – Home Depot
Black Metal Chaise – purchased at an antique store, similar here
Blue Cushion – purchase at Home Depot last year, similar here
Fiddle Leaf Fig –Home Depot
Painted Basket – Tutorial Here
Leopard Print Table – Tutorial Here
Tray – Found at a thrift store, makeover tutorial here
Paint Colors on Basket & Tray:
Backdrop from Tablecloths – Tutorial Here
Chalkboard – Painted a piece of plywood with chalkboard paint
Pineapple Sconces – Thrift Store, Similar Here (expensive, but the only similar ones I could find online)
Bar Table – Holly & Martin
Gold Bowl – Thrift Store, Similar Here
Ice Bucket – HomeGoods
Plastic Wine Glasses– Target on Clearance, Similar Here
Black and White Napkins & Straws – Target
Orange Chairs – Craigslist, Makeover Tutorial Here
Paint Color – Oops Paint from Home Depot
Chair Cushions – Upholstered in this Fabric
See the full porch makeover here.
Wow, that was a lot.
The party will definitely start now after all that information overload. My porch, ya’ll. Come on over.
You know you don’t wanna miss any of this crazy.
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