>Today’s post is about the smaller items in your space that make the biggest difference. I’m a big fan of little treasures that have no use but sparkle and shine in your home – they add a touch of positivity!
I wanna share with you my “Treasure Table”. Throughout my entire space I have the little favorite items like crystal candle holders, silver and gold picture frames, glass vases etc. but one area of my place holds a family of treasures.
Over a year ago I located a lovely french style table from The Salvation Army originally in the color black. This beauty was only $20 and now looks much more costly, painted white and taken care of it adds a great look to my space.
On top it carries my finds from around Vancouver. A beautiful silver mirror with just enough detail, a statue of a lady which is reminiscent of a Valentino sketch (also originally in black and from Value Village), a photo of Eric and myself during one of our favorite times together, a silver skull to add that edge, a crystal doorknob, an oil lamp for a vintage flare and a geometric star for that modern touch, and to add one more touch of “pretty” 2 crystal candlestick holders with long white soy candlesticks.
I think it’s important to keep a theme going, for me it was white, silver and crystal. It creates a sentimental and ornate area in my place and adds a touch of fancy :). Having a mirror creates a larger area through the reflection, it helps considering I don’t think I’ll be tearing down any walls anytime soon!
Silver photo frame – gifted
Silver skeleton skull – from the dollar store $8
Silver candle holder – from Bath and Body Works – $8.50 (used a coupon = FREE!)
Crystal candlestick holders – from winners $5 each
Soy candle sticks – From Fort Langley $2 for 2
White statue – from Value Village $15
Oil lamp – used to be my moms
Silver geometric star – from Front & Company $18
Do you have a treasure table? What’s on it?!