Vintage Inspiration Party #163 – Packed with Vintage Home Decor Ideas!

Hello and welcome to the Vintage Inspiration Party We hope you all are well, enjoying the last bits of fall and maybe gearing up for the holidays.  This is the party for all things VINTAGE!  If you missed last week’s Party, we have some wonderful features to show you from it, but be sure to go back and visit, because there were over 100 vintage home decor ideas were shared!

If you missed any of my posts last week, just head to my home page, where you’ll find all my most recent posts, including my new Business in a Box, but check out off of this week’s features and link-ups first!

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Your links will show up on all 4 blogs, and we can’t wait to see what you have to share!
Vintage Inspiration Party
 Grab a cup of your favorite hot beverage and sit back and enjoy these features picked this week by Becky at Beyond The Picket Fence.
Simply Vintageous shows us a little rustic glam with this easy project.
My Thrift Store Addiction shared a great way to display keepsakes.  I wish I could get my hands on some of these metal boxes! 
A lovely, faux, farmhouse clock from Flower Patch Farmhouse.
A beautiful way to show-off a collection of antique silverware shared by The Blue Willow House.
Frugal Furnishings shared ways to use old chippy doors in your home.
I want to go shopping with My Vintage Life–love all of her finds, but I am swooning over this set of books!
The cutest spool trees you ever did see from Urban Patina
Angie’s Etsy shop pick this week – 
Now, it’s YOUR turn!
This is the place to share anything old, treasured, passed-down or tattered, but you
can also share projects that were made to look old, including repurposed and upcycled creations.
Link Party Guidelines
– You are welcome to share anything vintage or vintage inspired. This includes yard sale
finds, repurposed and upcycled creations, family heirlooms, and even vintage or vintage inspired items you have for sale. If it’s been around
awhile or just looks that way…share away!! No food links please.
– Pin away, but please be sure to pin directly from the original source, not from my blog.
– Be sure to have a visible link to Knick of Time (text link is fine) within your post.
– By linking up
with the Vintage Inspiration Party you agree that your photos and links
may be shared on Pinterest, Facebook, and other social media sites. You
may be included in a round up to promote the party or individually, with
a link back to you. We love what you share and the extra exposure is a
benefit to everyone.
Let’s Get This Party Started!

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  1. Thanks for featuring my vintage spool trees ladies! And thanks for so much weekly inspiration!

  2. Everything is lovely Angie. Thank you for the party.

  3. Thanks for sharing all these wonderful inspirations! Loving it!

  4. Angie the metal boxes that are pictured under My Thrift Store Addiction are at Hobby Lobby.
    I had one in my hand a couple of weeks ago and thought no way.
    I use to make and use these at work. Light weight sheet metal that you can get at Lowes and they will cut it for you. Just need someone to put it together for you. Its not easy and very sharp. Be careful !!!

  5. Hi Angie!! I’m linking up 4 links this week, I’ve gotten behind! Thanks for a great vintage party 🙂

  6. I love those spool trees by Urban Patina! Thanks so much for hosting Angie, have a wonderful week – xoxo


  7. Thank you for featuring my Spoon Shadow Box! You always have a great party.

  8. Wonderful party Angie … thanks for hosting.
    Have not forgotten you … just busy when life gets in the way.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  9. Beautiful features! I love Suzan’s bedroom!

  10. Thanks for hosting this fabulous link party!


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