What a wonderful weekend! Thank you all for coming out to our first ever Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market in San Diego. We are blown away at your support!
Did you come home with some amazing finds, but aren’t quite sure how to style them? Here are a few examples of how we have incoorporated some of our vintage and handmade finds into our homes.
We had the honor of styling a nursery for sweet twins using all items donated by our vendors! For the complete room and sources check out the reveal post HERE.
This vintage wagon shelf is the perfect place to hold necessary diaper changing accessories, and the meaning behind the handmade sign from Jaxn Blvd is priceless!
Vintage crates have so many uses, but we loved using them as shelves to display their unique pieces. And can we talk about that vintage CHAIR?!
Photos by Kacey Luvi
Vintage rugs are always a good statement piece. Coley used one in her all white kitchen to warm it up. The vintage cutting board and the brass bull also add warmth and character. And yes, that’s an original 1950s stove!
These vintage ship lights were a score and set the tone for the room! Three different vintage twin beds add character to an all white boys room.
Vintage toys and books are always fun to style with! The felt balls add a fun and playful touch and were purchased at our market!
We love using vintage mirrors around the house. The shapes and patina can’t be beat. And vintage vases are perfect to use for fresh flowers.
The small chippy mint child’s chair makes the perfect side table next to the tub. The vintage light, towel holder and military metal cabinet are functional and stylish!
The cutest small child’s dresser was used as an outdoor planter and we are in LOVE!
A succulent garden in an old shop cabinet might be the best marriage ever!
Coley used a vintage ladder as a towel holder next to the pool. And the leather dreamcatcher from Savannah Ashley is dreamy!(pun intended) See Coley’s full backyard reveal HERE and Lindsey’s full reveal HERE for more ideas on how to add your vintage and handmade finds into your home!
Photos by Rennai Hoefer
What did you find at the market? Tag us in your posts on how you styled your new finds and use #partylikeajunker!