Today, we get a little sneak peek inside Veronika’s (of Tick Tock Vintage) home. She has an amazing throw back style and her home is put together with just as much attention to detail. I love envy her ability to style with a focus on simplicity and her ability to track down the most unique pieces from around Philadelphia. Her home tells a story and you’d be one lucky person to be an overnight guest.
Hi, Veda House readers! I’m going to share some pictures of my 1930′s philadelphia row home. This december will mark 5 years of living in our home, and it’s definitely been a labor of love. It was in need of major rehabbing and we’re still working on several rooms. I thought you might like to see some of my favorite knick-knacks and flea-market finds.
This hoosier cabinet is one of my favorite possessions. It’s from the very early 1900′s; they were used before kitchen cabinets became a staple in American kitchens. There’s a bread box and flour sifter inside!
These old fans are so neat (if not incredibly dangerous). This one is from 1951 and is in our living room.
Bryan likes bright colors, so I tried to accessorize our bedroom with brightly colored knick knacks. The tulips are from our honeymoon, where we stayed a couple of days in Amsterdam.
I’m a huge fan of kitschy ceramic figurines, and this little lamb might be my favorite.
iIcollect these little flower suitcases, which are displayed on top of a china cabinet turned bookshelf in my office.
Bryan’s grandfather had this lamp in his hunting cabin for a very long time; he knew Iloved it and let me bring it home. It’s hard to find these with all of the shades in tact – each of the shades lights up!
We love to decorate our walls with old advertising and print materials. There’s a set of four of these prints in our kitchen. They’re from the 30′s and were part of an ad campaign to encourage children to drink milk.
I have a pretty giant shoe collection, but we don’t have many closets in our house for me to store them in. I bought this old bookcase made out of barn wood at a flea market last summer and it works perfectly as a display case.
I love collecting old embroideries and turning them into pillows. These are in our guest room.
I hope you’ve enjoyed these pictures of my home! A big thanks to Cassie for asking me to guest post. I had a blast taking these pictures and sharing my finds.