05Nov2011 House Tour: Some of my things categories: Books, house and home, illustrations So this is my home — crammed with flea-market finds, stacks of books, bitter angry pets, and a husband who wonders when we’re having a yard sale. Welcome to my bohemian, magpie, grannie not-so-chic life! 0 Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related 28 Comments on House Tour: Some of my things I must confess that I put my glass bottles on a tray after I saw your 2nd pic. There was a verb for this..mmmm.. copy?:) Love ur home Tina, you have style Looks like you have such a cozy home, full of personality. I love the little bejeweled bust on your home bar area. Looks like somewhere I would enjoy hanging out. Have a great day! Love this! I always enjoy seeing the little quirky, almost hidden things inside someone’s home. They say more about a person than their sofa, or fridge or choice of bedding. The last frame with ‘strange things turn up in teapots’ just cracked me up ’cause it would be so me! Love your collection of eau de cologne.. Super arty, super colorful, intensely saturated with personality AND character AND uniqueness; I LOVE it!!! I love all of your glasses, especially the red frames. Lovely! THANK YOU!! What a fun inspiring place to call home! Thank you Liv! Your house looks incredible! hey kailey! thank you! I disagree with you. Your stuff is so chic! xx Ah it looks heavenly girl. Loving the way you are setting up the photos to show us:) Love it! Tina, I love your pictoral! It is so you…..unique, artsy, and filled with personality. and looks very organized! Thank you!!!! your junk is lovely! like little fragments of your soul. i don’t know what i’d do without mine! thanks for the peek. Thank you for sharing! Everything looks so amazing and lovely. What a charming post! Your home looks very cozy and unique! I almost feel like a little kid in some enchanted castle looking at those curiosities Your house looks lovely and full of treasures. You can also never have too many pairs of cool glasses Hi Mary! Thank you love!! Hi Tina–can you share the brand and name of the black frames at the bottom? I hope they’re not too old! I’ve been looking for some modern cat eyes! Thanks! Hi Bridget! The bottom black glasses a few years old, but I’m sure you can still find them on the Internet. They’re by Oliver Peoples. (They’re called Sixi.) Also, if you’re looking for amazing cateyes, check out Francis Klein! They’re expensive, but wonderful — handcrafted with jewels in France. Where did u get those red glasses? I’ve been looking for some like that for ages!! Thx 😉 Where can I find those red glasses? You’ve real style and i think a love for vintage (?) A perfect place to sit back , have yourself some natter with a cup of tea & macaroons . Lovely place. Your collection of cats-eye type glasses is so cute. I do agree with all of the concepts you’ve oerffed on your post. They’re really convincing and will definitely work. Still, the posts are too short for beginners. Could you please prolong them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post. The red cat-eye frames with metallic flowers/ornaments are my fav! You must log in to post a comment.