Ok we did Man Caves, so in all fairness we need to cover She Sheds, right? Of course right! We think it’s official the “she shed” trend is here to stay. Women everywhere are staking claim to backyard sheds and making them their own. Whether for gardening, crafting, sewing, or just somewhere to curl up and relax with a book. If you have an old neglected shed in your backyard this is your chance to craft your very own oasis! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite she shed images from around the web……..let’s see if we can inspire you! A little blue paint makes anything pretty!Look! A mini Silo she shed! How cute does it get?! And what a perfect use for salvaged windows and doors!Eye candy I’m telling you! Don’t you just want to crawl into one of these little paradises and never leave?Grand lighting and fabulous rugs…..well of course!Ok!! So tell us, are you inspired? Do you have some she shed plans of your own? Watch facebook tonight for some she shed decor from the store!
Barn doors are all the rage right now, and it’s easy to see why! They are fabulous! Really the possibilities are endless. I mean who can’t think of something to do with a gorgeous slab of aged, character filled……oh the stories it could tell…. wood? Of course you could use an old barn door for…..well….a door! But that is only your first option. We’ve gathered a few of our favorite projects from around the web to help inspire you! Here are a couple ideas of ways to use barn doors as well….doors! You can purchase barn door hardware on the web and even in some stores. Really you can turn anything into a sliding door now. What a better way to make a set of barn doors the centerpiece of the room than by putting them front and center as your headboard? Whether mounted to the wall or hanging so handsomely on hardware. They are a gorgeous addition to any room!HUGE kitchen table or Island? Yes please!!Even just the simple use of these doors as a backdrop for other decor adds so much more interest to a vignette! We always have a great selection of architectural elements in the store, from doors and windows to trims, gingerbread and reclaimed wood. But right now we have a few fabulous big barn doors for you to add to your home! Now that we have your creative juices flowing, come by and check them out!
Who doesn’t love a fabulous vintage suitcase? Or maybe a whole collection? Things are better that way, right? The come in so many shapes and sizes, full of character, built and designed when people cared! So why not add a little of that character and beauty to your decor? We’ve gathered a few of our favorite ideas from the wonderful world of the web to hopefully inspire you to add a few vintage suitcases to your decor! Suitcases on the wall? Well of course! These were cut in half and hung as shelves, and one just hung as is with a mirror added to the front for a one of a kind medicine cabinet!Pet beds……oh my goodness!! Gotta love the bunk beds!Add suitcases to a dresser with missing drawers or a book case for a one of a kind chest of drawers!Suitcases on a luggage stand……really? Such a simple idea that has gorgeous results!We just love these little travel cases on discarded table pedestals! Wouldn’t these make the perfect night stands?Go to home depot, buy some legs and you’ve got a one of a kind side table! Love these!Some of these suitcases are so original and beautiful just stacking them is a gorgeous addition to your decor!You can even paint them for a different look!Have you thought of adding a stack of suitcases to your porch to display your plants? And how adorable is this doll house?
We hope after seeing these ideas you are inspired to add a few vintage suitcases to your decor! Come on into the store, we always have a great selection of vintage suitcases and trunks for you to choose from! We are sure to have just the one for your project! Don’t forget to post your projects made from our fabulous Resurrect finds on facebook and tag us so we can share!
When you are decorating or creating DIY projects with globes there is a WORLD of possibilities…….Sorry just had to do it! 🙂 But really! We’ve gathered a few of our favorite images from around the web to inspire you. Vintage globes are something that we ALWAYS have available in the store, so whether you are a collector or have a little project in mind come see us and we’ll fix you up with the perfect vintage globe!
DIY lighting using vintage globes is a huge trend. These easy and interesting light fixtures can really fit into any room and can be just as original as the globe you find to make them!
Don’t limit yourself to pendant type fixtures, look at these amazing lamps!Are you a collector? Globes come in so many colors, shapes and sizes! Here are a few gorgeous display ideas.Of course we couldn’t ignore the trend in globe painting! We love the chalk board idea, hand painting and even vinyl application to these globes!Here are a few more interesting upcycling ideas. Globes make a wonderful display surface for anything you love! We just love the use of moss, buttons and quotes used in these examples!
How about globes hung from the ceiling in a child’s room or over a crib like a mobile? And isn’t this clock fabulous?Even just as a part of a beautiful vignette vintage globes are a great addition to any decor! Well we hope we’ve inspired you to try something new with a vintage globe! Post pictures of your globe projects on Facebook and tag us so we can see your creations!
According to Wikipedia a Man Cave is a male retreat or sanctuary in a home, such as a specially equipped garage, spare bedroom, media room, den, or basement. Man caves can come in all shapes and sizes. Whether it is built outside in the garage, behind a secret passageway or in the standard basement location, the man cave is a man’s special space! We have gathered a few of our favorite ideas to inspire your space!
You can make a end table or coffee table out of anything! Coffee tables are also a great way to display collectables!Who doesn’t love old license plates or “tags”? They are colorful rusty treasures and just look what they can be turned in to!An old truck tail gate makes the perfect bench or bar!And why just stop at the tail gate? How about a love seat or entertainment center?Vintage whisky barrels have limitless possibilities! Just use your imagination and you are sure to come up with a one of a kind piece!Show off your sports style using reclaimed wood for a more masculine look!Think outside of the box for storage! Here deer antlers serve as a one of a kind towel rack and tires find a new use as shelving.Build EVERYTHING with reclaimed wood! You will add instant patina, character and charm to your room.
Have we inspired you to create a space of your own? Come into the store to find everything you will need to create a one of a kind space. From rusty metal, reclaimed wood, vintage signs, tag art, advertising memorabilia and more! Looking for something specific? Give us a call if we don’t have it, we can probably get it!
There’s a fine line between being a collector and outright hoarder. We have collected a few ideas to help you display your favorite things without someone calling an intervention!
Not everything looks best arranged side-by-side on a shelf. For more playful items, like these try a shadow box! A grouping of like objects in one space is dramatic, try concentrating your collection in one area for the biggest impact.Place bottles randomly or in an organized manner, by color, size, or type. A truly large collection can be the centerpiece of a room. For safety, secure the cabinet or bookcase to the wall to ensure that it cannot accidentally tip over. Collections should be displayed as art objects, but not in the same way a museum or art gallery would hang them. They should enhance your decor.There doesn’t have to be a rhyme or reason for a collection, sometimes they just happen! It’s whatever strikes your fancy.
Sometimes just a simple cabinet can be the best way to display a collection of dishes. Paint the shelves white so they don’t compete with the color or design of the dishes.Using Collections as Artwork is a great way to have them “live” with you more than something that’s framed or closed off in some way. Grouping a small amount of like-objects on the wall makes treasured objects double as artwork and lets them be a part of discussions whenever guests visit.A wall of suitcases makes a dramatic display!Instead of tucking your collections away behind the glass walls of a curio cabinet, group several pieces with other items on a set of shelves.
We hope we have given you a few ideas about how to display your treasured collections, or start collecting things you love!
It’s the time of the year when you spend every extra minute you have at the lake! The weather is beautiful, the water is cool and the sounds are relaxing! Even if you don’t have a lake house you can add a little of that lake house charm to your space! Check out these fabulous ideas we found around the web and see what you can see if you can get your summertime decor in full swing! We just love vintage water skis and these are some wonderful examples of creative projects! The colors and patina make for instant character.Vintage boat oars are another great decor choice. Used in any number of ways they will add interest to your lake decor.Don’t forget to look up! Lake lighting at it’s best! Ready made or DIY you can make a light out of anything!There is power in numbers! This simple fact helps explain the appeal of collections! Try displaying them in large groupings to highlight their importance and add interest. Another way to display collections of small items is in a basket or a fabulous vintage jar!When you think lake, think knots and rope. Just by adding rope accents you can create a casual lake feel, without being obvious.Just by using truly old items, just the patina and age add character to your home. And of course everyone loves a sign or a fabulous lake style vignette! We hope we have given you a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing! And although we know we all would love a lake house, you don’t need one to implement some of these ideas into your home for a little of that vintage lake style!
With fall move-in day closer than you think, it’s time again to start getting ready for dorm life! Even the least appealing, sterile, boring dorm room can look so much better with a little creativity and a few vintage treasures from Resurrect! We have been stocking the store with you in mind! We have a ton of new painted furniture in…..desks, dressers, vanities, shelves, cabinets and more. Every room needs some vintage art work…..we have custom painted vintage signs just for you! Want something special? Just ask us! We can have one custom painted just for you! Everyone needs a few throw pillows……we’ve got you covered! And were just getting started! Check out a few of our ideas that are sure to turn your dorm room into a space that feels like home. Baskets are perfect for under the bed storage! Make the most of your tiny space. Hang posters and pictures using command strips for easy and damage free hanging!Do you love vintage maps as much as we do? They are the perfect wall decor! We’ve got a variety of maps and globes at the store for you!Everyone is crazy for pallets…..we love this idea of a pallet paired with a vintage door for a one of a kind day bed. And cover anything with burlap and it becomes instantly fabulous!Hang inexpensive drop cloths as curtains or use them as bedding. The more you wash them, the softer they get! Need a cheap headboard? Cut one out of kraft paper! Need an easy, inexpensive and interesting book shelf? Hang a ladder sideways! Who knew?!
Shutters are a great way to display photos, notes, or decor.Bundles of old books add interest while a flower box hung on the end of the bed is easy storage, and antique flower frogs as pen holders.Looking for interesting lighting that doesn’t require permanent wiring? Try hanging Christmas lights from a hula hoop or bundling them into a vintage egg basket!A few easy and interesting ways to display photos, jewelry, and notes! Organization can be beautiful as well as functional!We love these easy ways to stay organized! Stack suitcases to make a one of a kind end table or night stand (instant storage), Old card catalog or sewing drawers are great for bathroom storage, and add some wood to a couple of crates and you have a easy book shelf to display your treasures!And last but certainly not least! Everyone needs coffee right? We have vintage trunks and small pieces of furniture that would make perfect coffee stations…….feeling creative and want to make your own? We have reclaimed wood and a variety of cute hooks to make your own!
We hope we have given you a few ideas to make your new dorm room or apartment feel like home! Need more? Just come into the store, browse and ask us! We love to help!
We all love claw foot tubs right? I mean what’s not to love? Those curvy lines, fabulous feet and gorgeous hardware. But what if for some reason you can’t have one in your home? Maybe you rent, you can’t afford to have one refinished, or you just don’t have the space for a tub…..well the bathroom isn’t the only place for one of these fabulous vintage treasures!
We have gathered some gorgeous images from around the web of some of the most beautiful gardens with claw foot tubs! I know you will be inspired to add one of these beauties to your garden!
We just love a water feature in a garden. They are so relaxing! By converting a tub you have a ready made pond! Just add plants and water! And how fabulous is that shower head?Your garden doesn’t even have to be outdoors. A vintage tub is a wonderful way to bring the beautiful greenery and flowers into your sun porch or even your home.The original chippy rusty finishes on these tubs just add to the charm.How fun are these colors? Can’t find a tub with a great color? Grab a can of spray paint and create your ideal planter!And while we’re on the subject…….why not throw in the kitchen sink! (pun intended) 🙂 We just love how these sinks are styled……added to a sewing machine base, claw feet added, and dishes! What a great idea!Pedestal and wall sinks add height to your garden and can be used as bird baths as well!Are you convinced you need a tub, sink or maybe both in your garden? We have several tubs and sinks right here for you to choose from! You can get started on your garden today! Here are just a few examples…….
Don’t you just love this blue one? And the chippy rusty finishes are just perfect!They all have feet…….and how about that pink tub? And there are more! We also have a few great vintage sinks for you to choose from! So whether you are looking for a tub to refinish and add to your bathroom……or you would like on of these vintage beauties as is, we’ve got you covered! Just call the store at 334-756-0559 with any questions!
Who doesn’t love a vintage trunk? The earliest American made trunks were from the late 1600s. They were made of various woods and covered with hides such as deer, horse or cowhide. In the 1700s the hide covered trunks continued and became a little more ornamented with handmade brass tacks, forged iron locks and handles and leather trim. In the late 1700s and early 1800s round trunks became popular. Looking at them from the end they appear round, with a small flat base. They were covered in leather and hide and usually ornamented with brass tacks. They were lined with a printed paper or often old newspapers. They sometimes were made with a small brass handle on top and were made in many sizes.
Today although we don’t really travel with trunks anymore, they have wonderful decrative value! Along with storage in plain sight, you can do so many beautiful things with vintage trunks! We have gathered a few of our favorite ideas and inspiration from around the web. We hope you are inspired to add a trunk or two to your decor!Use a trunk as a simple side table or add a cushion and you have an instant bench!By adding a base, top, or even casters you can have a very functional piece of furniture with instant vintage charm.Is your trunk in rough shape? Paint can be a wonderful way to restore a trunk, or help it to blend or pop your decor!Cushions make a little trunk love seat! How cute is this?Even pieces of trunks can be upcycled into something beautiful, just like this trunk lid turned coffee table!Well……are you inspired? Come on into the store, we always have a trunk or two laying around! Add your own special touch and have a brand new piece of vintage decor to your home!
Salvaged or reclaimed wood can lend warmth to any room, but also infuses a space with a sense of history and charm that new wood just doesn’t have. You may be surprised at all the places you can incorporate reclaimed wood into your home or yard. We hope to inspire you with a few of our favorite ideas from around the web!
From something as simple as a walkway, to this fabulous idea of surrounding a cheap plastic barrel with wood slats to create a beautiful planter!Attach a few clips or a vase to a piece of salvaged wood for instant character and charm in your decor!Of course signs are always a favorite way to use salvaged wood. Don’t you just love the address sign using reclaimed beadboard?we just love all the interest the different colors and textures add to a project! And how sweet is this coffee cup rack?You can go BIG like these fabulous stairs or smaller with simple shelves or a towel rack made using an old drawer pull!From organization to just plain decorative charm! You can’t go wrong with salvaged or reclaimed wood for your next project! We hope that we have inspired you to take on a project of your own! If you need a source for reclaimed wood, look no further! We have bundles of reclaimed wood in our Architectural Section! You will also find windows, mantles, beautiful architectural decorative pieces!
We are always looking for fun, easy and creative ways to display art. Whether it is vintage photos, family photos, hand painted artwork, or kids art we have found some wonderful ways to display it! We love that these examples are easily changed out to give you a display that isn’t so hard to change with the seasons, or just on a whim! Vintage clipboards, or even new ones are always a good choice! Easy to hang, you can find them in many sizes and they’re super simple to hang your artwork on!We especially love the idea of clipboards for children’s artwork. No more tacks, and papers falling off the fridge! They can hang their latest masterpiece themselves and change it out as they wish!Hangers! Who knew! What a fabulous way to quickly hang your photos or art!And really, who would think good ole tape would be such a decorative option! It’s at the top of the list for easy!Clothes pins……..You can even get fancy and mount your clips on wood!We hope that we have given you a little inspiration to go create a quick easy wall gallery of your own! If you do share your photos with us!
Are you one of those parents who impose their decorating style on their children….shame on you! We would never do such a thing! :blush: Well maybe…….just a little! There is something magical about a room that has a classic, vintage feel! We have gathered a few of our favorite images and ideas to inspire you and your little ones to create a space everyone will love and enjoy spending time in!
Vintage maps are a wonderful addition to any kids room or nursery! Let your littles start dreaming about “all the places they will go”!Book storage can always be a challenge, but these ideas are functional as well as beautiful!Neutral tones and natural aged wood are always good options!Everything is just a little more fun when it reflects the style of the past!Little touches like vintage toys, dresses and posters can bring a room together.Search Mom & Dad……and grandma’s attic, you may already have just the thing to make your room perfect!
An entryway is the hub for coming and going, and in most homes one of the most abused and neglected spaces! We have rounded up some of our favorite inspiration from around the web as well as some great tips for making the most out of your entry way space! We hope you find some inspiration! We sure did!
Even if all you have room for is a little bench, your entry way can still be fabulous!Add some simple hooks above your bench and you have a place to catch all of that winter gear!We love these little sweet tables, there are so many shapes and styles that will add function and character to your space.Add warmth and soften hard surfaces with a simple throw or pillow.Are you inspired to go show your poor neglected entry way a little love? We sure are!
Are you as in love with vintage architectural pieces as we are? We hate to see these beautiful objects discarded! I mean if they could only talk right? It takes time to add that kind of character, not to mention the craftsmanship! Have you ever come upon one of these pieces and though…….gorgeous but what do I do with it? While a simple display of spindles in a bucket or box is fabulous, we have gathered some of our favorite column and spindle upcycles! Hopefully you’ll be inspired to create something beautiful for yourself! The yard is a perfect place to use old spindles: bird baths, feeders, chimes & houses! Your yard will be full of thankful birdies! What a perfect way to display your jewelry, frame out……anything! And they make perfect legs for tables! Pair them with other discarded pieces like drawers to make a one of a kind side table.Column lamps…….Yes please is all we can say!Attach hooks or plant hangers and you’ve got a plant stand or coat rack with instant character!We love the use of columns on the sides of this bed and shelving unit. And how cute is this little breakfast tray? No need to make the whole tray! Just add some spindles to any tray!
With spring in the South here on our door step, the mudroom becomes our home’s workhorse room! It might not be the most-visited spot, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be pretty and functional at the same time! With a few quick tips we are going to help you turn it into more than just a breeze-through area.
One of a mudroom’s main purposes is to help keep coats, backpacks, umbrellas and other items from being dumped all over the house. The best way to keep these things organized is to give each member of the family his or her own locker. And there is no better way to add style and function at the same time than using vintage lockers. it’s very likely this space will end up with an accumulation of shoes of various kinds, from cleats and sneakers for your kids’ sports to everyday shoes that get kicked off the second your family members walk in the door. Providing enough storage for these shoes will be key to keeping the floor in your mudroom from becoming cluttered.A mudroom can always benefit from a sink! Dogs, kids, muddy clothes, you can imagine a lot of cleaning up and scrubbing going on in sinks like these!Most mudrooms are narrow walk through’s off the kitchen or laundry room. But, if space permits, there is one element every mudroom should have: a shallow bench area, is helpful for taking off boots or setting down a backpack or shopping bag.Coat hooks are much easier for children to use than hangers for storing outerwear, plus you can hang backpacks and purses from them, too.