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This makes me want to open a cute shop with books, trinkets, coffee, and treats!! The twinkle lights on branches are beautiful!

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our aquatic earth

Handy Dandy Tip #1: go look for ideas at an antique store! the clothes at antique and vintage clothes stores are SUPER expensive, but if you take a look at items from around the time period were aiming for (early 1920s) you may be able to think of something similar you have/your parents have/ your friend has/ goodwill has

Bush Antiques on Magazine Street- really cute store and Magazine you could spend multiple days just moseying around.

The Ultimate Antiquing Tour

The Ultimate Antiquing Tour Steeped in history, the quaint hamlets that connect southern Maryland and Northern Virginia offer treasures that have been around almost 200 years–creating an antique lover's paradise [click photo]

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Shopping in Your Skivvies: Best Online Vintage & Antique Stores

New furniture doesn't come cheap—at least if you go for the good stuff. If you buy used, however, you can get some great stuff for a lot less. Of course, finding used furniture you'd actually want requires more effort than a quick search on Craigslist. To

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