-A number of you recommended Alice Lane in Orem…Gasp, swoon, pitter patter!
-Diana, Savers in Orem was awesome…I scored a vintage globe.
-B-The Green Ant in downtown SLC was a mid-century dream (as well as all the other surrounding shops).
-Sarah-Loved Second Hand Chic, I fell in love with a pair of vintage heels but then what do I need with a pair of vintage heels?
-Laura-Hip and Humble is one of must visits everytime I go through Sugar House.
While out and about I did happen upon this uber cool place called “Walls, The Colour Store.”
I get a lot of questions about where I found my cool wallpaper, to which my reply is “hours and hours searching online.”
Hours online no more!
Owner, Brittney Wallman (Wallman…right…she was destined to have a wallpaper store) has a mission of bringing “hip” to Salt Lake City.
She has an left over bin full of left overs. I snatched up these three prints.
She also has a fun blog.
Thanks to Karen my other new favorite has to be Habitat for Humanity’s Restore in Orem. This place is a DIY’ers jackpot. It’s a darn good thing I didn’t come with a truck because I would have filled it to the brim. This chest of drawers was only $15.00. Now the chest did nothing for me but check out the vintage glass knobs! You can’t even buy reproduction glass knobs for $15.00!
These lovely end tables were begging to come home with me.
I was begging my husband if they could home with me.
He said no.
These are pieces of wood flooring.
I would snatch these all up and make some art just like the one I did here.
Remember Mrs. Devore who took these dated chande’s and turned them in to fab?
I took a couple home with me when my husband wasn’t looking.
This chalk board had a white board on the other side.
Perfect for a child’s room or playroom.
The best part is it was under $20.00!
I brought home a bunch of other inexpensive finds but I need pull them out of the garage then I’ll share.