Shutters for Home Decor

So glad that you have all come for a visit. I have been steadily been busy doing some small projects around my little nest. I have really enjoyed decorating with shutters, doors, and windows. Especially those that have a great chippy patina.
If I can’t find the patina that I love on  these items then I create it myself, and this is just what I did with these shutters that I showed you in a post a while back.bucket shutters

Here is a before picture of the two shutters that I created a new patina on.

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Here is the after pictures. I couldn’t have ask for a better crackle and chippy look.

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Here is the other side of the wall vignette.

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I had a shelf that my son Nathan built for me many moons ago and it was perfect to go on top of my vintage screen that is lined with a lace curtain.

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I have not liked anything that I have put up on this wall for the past 2 1/2 years and I finally feel like I have finally got it like I want , other than I am looking for a new picture to go into the antique frame. I have an idea of what I am going to do with it so I’ll be showing you that soon.

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A picture with the entire wall.

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A couple of terracotta angels that I painted white top off the vintage books. I love using old architecture as well, see the white book ends on each side.

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A Joey flower with angel wings, sticks and pine cones add to the effect for texture.

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Here is a sweet vignette that I made up with a Roman bust, antique alter candle stick, a little burlap and basket of flowers on a chippy old chest. (I get the candle stick holder in 2 weeks)!!!!!

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I had two large white shutters that I used on each side of my primitive cupboard. It seems to finish off the wall.

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Well that’s it for now. I hope that you all enjoy a lovely summer weekend where ever you are in this beautiful world. We are celebrating Pioneer Day in Utah on the 24th, so that should be fun. Until next time.

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I will be at these amazing parties this week, come and join me!

Monday

Amaze Me Monday @ Dwellings-the heart of our home

Inspiration Monday Party @ What Meegan Makes

Make It Pretty Monday @ The Dedicated House

Show and Share @ Coastal Charm

Something to talk about @Karen’s Upon the Hill

Inspire me Monday @ My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Tuesday

The Scoop @ Cedar Hill Farm

Trash to Treasures Tuesday @ Kammy’s Korner

Roses of Inspiration @ The Enchanting Rose

Let’s talk Vintage @ Bella Rosa Antiques

Inspire Me Tuesday @ A Stroll Through Life

Mod Mix Monday @ Mod Vintage Life

Wednesday

Vintage Inspiration Party @ My Salvaged Treasure

Thursday

Treasure Hunt Thursday @ From My Front Porch to Yours

Share Your Cup Thursday @ Have a Cup with Mrs. Olson

Share your Style @ The Essence of Home

Blog Hop @ Katherine’s Corner

Idea Box @ Mila’s Little Things

Friday

Show and Tell Friday @ My Romantic Home

Feathered Nest Friday @ French Country Cottage

Shabbilicious Friday Link Party @ Shabby Art Boutique

Home Sweet Home Party @ The Charm of home

Anythings Blue Friday @ The Dedicated House

Home Matters Linky Party @ Life with Lorelai

Simply Sweet Fridays @ Rooted in Thyme

Saturday

Pretty Pintastic Party @ Seeking Lavender Lane

Upcycled Linky Party @ Funky Junk

Sunday

Sunday’s at Home @ Thoughts from Alice

Silver Pennies Sunday @ Silver Pennies

64 thoughts on “Shutters for Home Decor

  1. You achieved a beautiful chippy patina on the shutters-will you be posting how you did it? I love the use of the wall brackets to ‘frame’ your books and angels-very clever!

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  2. Oh Jo,
    Everything looks just lovely. I love how the shutters turned out. I too like to decorate with shutters and the chippier and more weathered the better 🙂 Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

    Hugs,
    ❤️Ana

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  3. Wow, wow, wow! I love the patina you created on the shutters, absolutely fantastic! And your wall pure gorgeous. I know you must truly be happy with it all. I know I would be beaming ear to ear! I love the wings too, and the sign and how you have everything arranged. Love it, love it, love it all! As to your question, no I don’t have an online shop at the moment as everything is going toward my booth.

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  4. So beautiful Jo. You know how I love a great shutter or two. You made these two look awesome.
    Great job. Have a great week end.
    Kris

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  5. Everything you do looks like it belongs in a snazzy boutique Jo! What a fabulous job you did. Love the colors and that patina…oh my! Looking forward to the tutorial.

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  6. I am always blown away by all the little details in your space. I know you don’t have much room, but it seems as though you have a big ol’ country farmhouse all to yourself. You should think about a new career as an interior designer!

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  7. Beautiful, Jo. You have such a great eye for creating vignettes. I love all the patina. The little angels are super sweet. I need to paint more “stuff”. LOL. Hugs, my friend. I enjoyed my visit this morning. . .now back to work! ~ Nancy

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  8. Those shutters look really old and straight from a farm..:) you did a good job.
    I love your sign, too.
    Here from Dedicated House
    I’m going to link up to follow you.

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  9. Stopping over from a link party-and I’m so glad I did! Your home is absolutely GORGEOUS! I too would LOVE to know how you got the chippy look on your shutters! I’m your newest follower!!

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  10. You are so amazing, Jo 🙂 Every little thing you touch becomes something beautiful. Thanks for sharing with Roses of Inspiration. Hugs to you!

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  11. Jo, I love old shutters! I have been wanting a tall pair for a while. Actually had to pass up a pair twice. Wasn’t able to get them home. I love the crackle! Use to use that a lot, but haven’t used it for a while. Everything looks just gorgeous, as always! You have such a knack girl! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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