Apples, Pillows, & Art

This weekend went by so quickly, I was sad to see it go. My sister, who lives one state over, came to visit me for our annual apple orchard visit. But before she arrived into town, I changed up the living room a bit. 
A few of the easiest items to replace in a room just happen to be pillows and art ( well in my case, cheap art) and I picked up a little bit of both.

The space above my sofa currently only had a pair of mirrors purchased from Homegoods last year.
Kinda bland.

I grabbed some frames and mats from Michaels along with some scrap book paper art..

And now I have myself a little gallery wall.

The pictures consist of magazine cut-outs, vintage art and printed art paper.

My favorite picture just happens to involve a mustache or two.

As for my new pillows, well who doesn't love a good chevron pattern?

And the rest of my weekend was pretty good too. 
At the orchard we strolled through the pumpkin patch...

Sampled the bakery ....

And was photo bombed by a creeper my little sister.

My weekend resulted in lots of apple dumplings thanks to our 2 buckets full!

Just Checking In...

Hello blog world!
Sorry for the lack of post lately. With the summer winding down, we have found lots of last minute projects needing to be started  finished and no time to fit it all in. We're currently working on the yard and building a new garage. Not a whole lot to blog about at this point but I'll keep you posted (hopefully!)

Here is a little blurb of my last thrift store visit:

I'm so stupid for not taking these home with me considering the $5 price tag and overflowing potential were both a win, win. I'm picturing a large dining table with these on one side and an upholstered bench flanking the other. Now someone buy these and make my dreams happen!

Geometric headboard.

I thought this lamp had a pretty regency glam look. Maybe spray paint the 80's metal and pair it with a modern drum shade to update it.

Beautiful coffee table. It's another one of those pieces you could spray paint or leave as-is.

Is it just me or does anyone else see this exact glass lamp popping up everywhere in stores? The only difference is this one is vintage giving it much more character in my opinion.

And how cool is this acrylic swivel chair?! $25 price tag makes it even better! I actually found this chair stashed in the basement of an antique store. Update the upholstery and you've got one fabulous piece.

That's all I got for now. Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!