Welcome to Tuesday Treasures! In this weekly blog post, I share some great vintage and antique treasures from around the internet. I love curating special home decor items to share with you. Whether you are just here to window shop or to find the perfect antique to add to your collection, there is something for everyone! If you are interested in exploring my past Tuesday Treasures antiques, click here [HERE].
Adding wicker baskets into our home decor adds so much warmth and texture. They are also super functional and can hold anything from extra linens to books and toys. Shop this wicker basket by clicking the image below:
I purchase several of these sketch digital prints throughout the year for our frame tv, however, I love the fact that they are so versatile and you can get them printed to any size you please. This winter tree sketch is perfect to add to any decor because it is so minimal yet so beautiful. Shop this vintage sketch by clicking the image below:
Vintage pine furniture pieces like this 1800’s desk are always great pieces to invest in simply because of their quality. Our home at White Cottage Farm is full of pine pieces and I love the tones against our neutral decor. Shop this pine desk by clicking the image below:
Adding a vintage light to a space adds so much to a space. If able, adding antique treasures like a light source to a space adds details in places that aren’t normally thought of. Shop this ceiling light by clicking the image below:
I have this grain sack stair runner in our home and it has been such a fun addition to our home. While we nailed ours directly to our wooden stairs, you can customize it however works for your home. Shop this stair runner by clicking the image below:
The antique shop White & Faded that sells this pair of Bergere chairs is one of my favorite resources for European Antique treasures. They always source the most unique furniture pieces that have unbeatable quality. Shop this pair of chairs by clicking the image below:
What do you think of this week’s Tuesday Treasures? Do you like to shop for antiques on the internet or do you prefer to do so in person? I would love to hear your preference on Facebook or Instagram! Thanks for stopping by the blog today and every day!