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Vintage Brand History Series: Coppercraft Guild

Posted by Haley M

Copper is back! It has always been timeless, beautiful and stylish, but copper has definitely grown in popularity lately as a home accent color for the way that it brings a pop of warmth and beauty to any tint, tone or hue that you pair it with. Check out how well it goes with brass and pastels! Lots of homeowners are selecting copper finishes for their kitchen sinks and faucets, bath fixtures, cookware or dishes and home décor items too. And with the resurgence in popularity of the Moscow Mule cocktail, bars and restaurants are now fully stocked with copper...

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Vintage Brand History Series: Degenhart Glass

Posted by Haley M

An assortment of Degenhart Star & Dewdrop and Daisy & Button salt cellars.    Degenhart toothpick holders in Gypsy Pot, Colonial Drape, Heart, Basket, Beaded Oval and Forget-Me-Not.   In the first part of this Vintage Brand History Series, we’re going to explore Degenhart glassware! The Degenhart Crystal Art Glass Company was started by John & Elizabeth Degenhart in Ohio in 1947. Glass manufacturing companies were very common in Ohio during the area’s brief “Gas Boom” in the late 19th century. Other glass companies that started in Ohio include Mosser Glass & Boyd’s. John had started working in glass factories...

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Vintage Brand History Series: Barbie

Posted by Haley M

  In this edition of the Vintage Brand History Series, we're covering...Barbie dolls! Who remembers their first Barbie? I only had one as a girl, and I still remember when my dad gave her to me - she was a My First Barbie, and he presented her to me in her signature pretty pink box by peeking her over the top of the newspaper that he was reading. I only had one Barbie growing up and no Ken dolls, so my doll just danced with one of my teddy bears or a stuffed dog or something, haha.    My First...

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BUYING A HOME DURING COVID, Part IV - 10 Tips for Home Showings & Open Houses

Posted by Haley M

Thanks for joining me again! To continue from my last few posts about moving during COVID, today I wanted to share our experience with getting our house ready to list and some tips that I picked up along the way for staging, photographing, and showing your home. Click to read part 1 (Why We Decided to Move & House-Hunting Experiences), part 2 (10 House-Hunting Tips, Tricks & Lessons) and part 3 (11 Tips for Getting Your Home Ready to List) of this series if you missed them.     Also, click to purchase the Vintage Brass Duck Pocket Knife Keychain in the...

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BUYING A HOME DURING COVID, Part III - 11 Tips For Getting Your Home Ready to List

Posted by Haley M

Thanks for joining me again! To continue from my last few posts about moving during COVID, today I wanted to share our experience with getting our house ready to list and some tips that I picked up along the way for staging, photographing, and showing your home. Click to read part 1 of this series, Why We Decided to Move & House-Hunting Experiences, and part 2, 10 House-Hunting Tips, Tricks & Lessons.    Also, click here and here to purchase the two tiny dollhouses pictured above!    My husband and I decided even before we started looking for a house...

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