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found : a few vintage treasures

I've been extra careful about random buying this season, especially since we are saving most all of our money in preparation for holiday gift-giving.  When I saw this vintage romper from Little Neon Deer, I really couldn't pass it up.  I keep imagining Sofia running around in the summer, or even pairing it with tights and a cardigan to get a bit of use out if it this season... sigh.

I found the quilt for a steal of a price on the web somewhere, it's a piece I think will look nice as we begin to talk about converting the crib to a toddler bed.  We've made the decision to completely gut Sofia's current room and start over again to maximize space... the bright schoolbus-yellow walls will be no more, and we're switching over to something a bit more subdued and cohesive.  Erick and I both have been putting in lots of extra work to this little place of ours, and truly I think it's starting to come together.

All of these little projects around the home are tiring, but they make me so happy!

This place is lived in, loved, and just the way we like it.


  1. It's such a great feeling to have a space that you enjoy being in! I love the quilt (and basket) and the little romper is adorable!

  2. What a steal! They're great pieces to add to your home. And I'm a nuts that you're renovating Sofia's space?! I hope you'll share with us Sofia's new room once completed ; )

  3. I love the colours in that quilt, and of course the romper is just divine! x

  4. What a gorgeous little romper and that quilt is divine! I love the colours.

    Sophie xo

  5. These items are lovely! I can just picture Sofia in that little jumper with her little curls bouncing as she plays.

    We've been working on our home for the past year, which feels like forever now. It amazes me how slowly things come together yet how satisfying it is as they do. I just love how we can create the atmosphere of our home, and use it to weave stories for those that enter it. What a blessed to have such perfect empty canveses for heart and soul art - excited to see more of yours!

  6. Sweet! Sofia will look like a little doll in that...can't wait to see what you'll do with the room. Children's rooms are so much fun x

  7. What utterly beautiful finds!! It really is such a wonderful feeling to have your house become a home with all those little things yuo've always wanted done ticked off the list. Can't wait to see it all unfold. I hope your week is a beautiful one.
    Steph :) x

  8. How gorgeous. That romper is so sweet xx

  9. such sweet finds ... have fun with them! x

  10. Thank you all! We are all so excited to get started on the new room!


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