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How the Pros Decorate with Flea Market Finds
Tour the homes of design professionals who decorated their homes with antique and vintage finds.
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Luxurious Living Room
See how a pair of professional designers use flea market finds and estate sale antiques to create a sumptuous, sophisticated living space. It only looks like a million.
An English Country Cottage Guest Room
All overnight guests should be as lucky as those invited to stay in decorator Wayne Shielly’s guest room. With a decidedly English country cottage feel, the room is cheerful and charming.
The Frightfully Divine Study
Memphis Interior Decorator Wayne Shielly’s study is cozy and comfy, but it’s also quite macabre. Step inside, and take a tour of Wayne’s frightfully divine study.
A Midtown Classic
Tour the former Midtown Memphis home of Dallas Interior Designer Don Pritchard. His classic style and eye for arrangement are in perfect harmony with the 1920's architecture.
Living in the Pink
Memphis decorator Wayne Shielly has a penchant for silver, crystal, and 18th-century bibelots, but his living room isn’t the least bit stuffy.
A Bedroom Fit for Royalty
Take a tour of Memphis Interior Decorator Wayne Shielly's antique filled bedroom. You'll think you've traveled back in time, and accidentally landed in some historic royal residence.
Memphis Morning Room
The morning room of Memphis designers Gwen Lausterer and Stan Carpenter, of Carpenter & Carpenter Designs, is filled with antiques, fine furniture, and art found at flea markets and estate sales.
The Vintage Laundry Shack
Peek into the rooms of The Vintage Laundress, LeAnn Stephenson, an expert at transforming flea market finds into modern masterpieces.
A Cook and Collector's Kitchen
Decorator Wayne Shielly’s kitchen is lovely -- full of vintage china, silver, and cookware -- but it’s a functional cook’s kitchen first and foremost.
Apartment Therapy House Tours
Many a home from Apartment Therapy's carefully vetted house tours has gone on to be featured in magazines or home design television shows. You'll see some new furnishings, but lots of the tour homes are furnished with flea market finds, or at least a blend of old and new.
From first attempts to magazine worthy perfection, readers post their own home tours at this Live Journal community. You'll find lots of inspiration for using secondhand treasures, and might even want to post your own rooms to the site.