Last week I shared a peek at a little fairytale spot.
One with a pea gravel floor, crisp white walls and that is filled with
pretty things like a French daybed, blooms & chandelier.
And today- I am sharing more about each piece and how you can get the look.
So many questions about this project and how to find the pieces I used when designing and decorating this little spot- and so I wanted to share more about some of them.
Of course, some are vintage- and they are a little harder to replicate- but you can use them as an idea when looking for something similar.
Where to start?
I found a darling little greenhouse/shed that talked to me with those pretty
little details like the dutch door, loads of windows and all wood construction.
And the best part- this was a kit.
And it comes in several sizes so you can choose one that works for you.
You can find the kit for the shed/Greenhouse here.
Up next- the daybed.
This daybed stole my heart from the moment I saw it.
And I was so excited to be able to bring it home. I knew just where it would go.
In that She Shed-and it was perfect.
The French Daybed was a Craigslist find- and is an antique but they have similar versions of daybeds
and twin beds that you could use for a similar look.
You can read more about finding this piece in this post.
Whiskey Barrels- Lowe’s
Easy easy easy.
They were Lowe’s finds along with those white rose trees.
I am a huge fan of whiskey barrels tucked into garden designs.
Wildflower seed- Lowe’s
And another Lowe’s find. Basically, make sure you bring a truck and load up.
Remember that story about the laundry basket, Vegas Market and shipping?
These zinc buckets were included in that shipment. They are vintage and you can find them on places like eBay or in vintage shops and I have linked a similar one here Zinc Bucket
The Dining Area
The dining area is a mix of vintage and new.
The table and two of the chairs are from an old iron patio set from years ago- and the white wicker are new additions to mix it up a bit.
And the string lights were Target finds.
You can find the Wicker chairs here
And in case you missed the post about the She Shed- you can find that here
and also find the post about building it over at Angie’s List.
I partnered with Angie’s List to design and create this She Shed as inspiration.
But all designs, opinions and crazy love of all things French and inspired are my own.