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Shabby Chic Decor Details

This beautifully aged vintage door adds architectural interest and acts as large-scale wall decor.

An antique white cabinet can keep books, magazines, remote controls, and other clutter out-of-site. The top is accessorized with an old window that frames vintage wallpaper.

This lovely little side table is the epitome of shabby chic. And I love the blue glass candlesticks... sooooo pretty!

Pairing blue with pink is a to-go-to color scheme in many shabby chic spaces. This little set-up of lovely blue glass jars and pretty pink flowers on a vintage tray is impeccable.

A vintage tablecloth is draped over a cozy antique chair and dressed up with two pillows: one that boasts frilly texture and another that boasts a beautiful damask pattern.

Last but not least, a pretty vintage gown dresses up an otherwise bare doorway. I love the pale bluish-seafoam color.

For more photos of Heather's dreamy shabby chic living space, click here. (All photos in this post are from here.)

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Unknown said…
I love shabby chic!!Beautiful photos-LOVE!!!!
xxo...by Vicky

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