our nightstands

our home tour is so close i can taste it! our sweet little house is going to be featured on my most favorite design blog designsponge someday very soon. until then, here’s a little peek at our nightstands. i went the thrifty route for those and stacked some vintage crates to create little cubbies for books and pretty things. the lamps are a craigslist find that made me giddy- orginal laurel mushroom lamps, for cheap! the chevron wall was a project our friend kevin helped us with… you can’t tell in the photos but it’s a metallic gold paint and so very amazing if i do say so myself! can’t wait to share the rest {although i do have to say it’s a bit terrifying to put our home out there for the world to see, hoping that the critics will be kind!}  have a great weekend my friends!  

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  1. Simone Anne|

    Oh my gosh, love! 😀

    Sarah, that wallpaper/paintjob is fabulous. I can't wait to see the whole tour. Love design*sponge – congrats on the upcoming feature!

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  2. Violetta Dickson|

    What a clever idea with the crates! I'm going to try that with our upcoming reno.

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  3. Jessica|

    i'm in LA too and thinking of doing something similar. where did you score your vintage crates?

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  4. sarah yates|

    thanks gals! @jessica, we got them on etsy (but can be found on ebay too!)

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  5. tjremp|

    love those crates. we put wheels on ours and made them into toy boxes. every time we find a good crate we snatch it up because they are so versatile. i can't wait to see the whole house tour so i can snag some more ideas:)
    loving the blog.

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  6. Jessica H|

    The DesignSponge tour of your home was incredible!!! Your have amazing style. Can you tell me more about your turquoise planter? I love it.

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  7. Rey|

    I just love the way you work. Thanks for sharing this great and interesting stuff. I just love the way you work. Thanks for sharing this great and interesting stuff.

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