Are you ready to settle in for another charming home tour?
Today I’m honored to share an older home in the city that belongs to Angela of Number Fifty Three.
Angela and I have a few things in common. We love older homes. We love thrifting.
And we’re both monthly contributors at Jennifer Rizzo’s blog! But enough of our common interests …
Let’s explore Angela’s charming vintage home, which I know you’re gonna love!
Angela’s dining room is a collection of everything I love.
Dark woods unite the furniture pieces while an oil portrait creates classic appeal.
Note how Angela matched the blue of the table under the chalkboard with the blue candles on the hutch.
Mismatched chairs look like a pair due to their white paint.
A wonderful collection of thrifted mirrors decorates one of the dining room walls.
You can never have too many vintage mirrors!
In the living room, Angela has a collection of vintage pieces.
Her decorating philosophy is that your home can look beautiful without spending a fortune.
On the other side of the living room is a pretty painted brick fireplace.
Vintage plates on the wall and old books on the fireplace provide budget-friendly decor.
Here’s an overview of the living room in Angela’s charming home.
A beautiful vintage dresser greets guests in Angela’s entry way.
She has the most beautiful wood floors in her home.
In Angela’s kitchen, parquet floors are paired with black and white painted cabinets.
A door painted with chalkboard paint creates a large memo board for the family.
An industrial table does double duty as a kitchen island.
Angela infuses color with a vintage rug.
An arched window in the bathroom adds architectural charm.
Penny tile floor is reminiscent of homes built in this era.
Neutral bedding is soft and pretty in Angela’s charming home.
The pillow shams add fun pattern in her bedroom.
A charming fixture in Angela’s home is Figaro, aka “Figgy.”
Figgy seems to photo bomb a lot of Angela’s photos. So cute!!
Thanks so much for stopping by Angela’s charming home at Number Fifty Three.
She’s done a beautiful job of decorating it with thrifted and vintage finds, don’t you think?
See the rest of the pretty houses in my Charming Home Series.