Highland Yard Vintage – Home Sweet Home

This past weekend I was so excited to attend Highland Yard Vintage’s August market, Home Sweet Home.  I don’t think I have written about Highland Yard on the blog before — I have created several posts about Sweet Salvage, another four-day vintage market in Arizona.  Highland Yard is closer to where I live than Sweet Salvage and it is also connected to a huge antique store.  The store is open each day but the market lasts four days a month.  The vignettes are stunning and there is so much inspiration to be found here.  I love going and this was my first time attending one of these events with my new camera!  So that was exciting.  😉

Usually the decor is pretty farmhouse-y, but there are so many elements that you could take and put into many styles of design.  Everything is expertly layered, and that is one of my favorite takeaways — layer your vignettes!  Texture, color, finish, etc. — just layer it all.

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Of course since it is still August, there were plenty of Summer touches to be found in these vignettes.  Lots of seashells, some beach glass, rope…

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Plenty of beautiful faux greenery around, too — some of which was very convincing!

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And just a few pictures of vignettes that intrigued me in the regular store…

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Thanks for following along with me!  🙂  Sweet Salvage has a market this weekend so I am hoping to go to that so I can share with you!  I’m also looking for some new silver, so we’ll see how that goes.

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