It's been five months at our new home and we still haven't had a housewarming! I don't feel like it's quite ready for one. It's not like it needs to to be completely done because let's be honest, it'll never be completely done, but it's nowhere near Old Brand New approved. It's a huge space and it's gonna take lots of cha-ching to get it right. That's why we started Airbnb-ing our place to help fund our home improvements, so we're getting close.
I haven't had much luck finding treasures from thrift stores here. I find myself ending up at Target, West Elm, World Market, and Marshall's most of the time because they have better deals. Looks like I went from vintage vulture to uhm...big box buyer! And you know what — ain't nothing wrong with that! Mmhmm. I like telling people where I found stuff so they can get it too, instead of, "Oh, it's vintage." Which basically sounds like, "Too bad. You'll never find one." Haaha.
So speaking of big box, the other day, we were at Target and the heartmate hollered, "Babe! Look at these nightstands!" I was getting ready to do some eye rolls but I was surprised how good they looked and how solid they were built so I ran to get another cart and we bought the two displayed. They were $60 a pop and we really needed them in our guest room. Oh, and another thing is that they were already assembled. And I'm all about that assembled life.
When I went home, I hopped on Target to see if there was a better deal online on those nightstands because I'm crazy like that and they're more expensive online which is odd. Target's not very consistent with their prices so that's why I always check. And then I discovered their entire mid century collection and they look pretty nice! Some of them are reasonably priced and some not so much. I'm digging the blue chair. I think it'll look great in my bedroom. The headboards are nice too. What do you guys think? Any tickle your fancy?