Tutorials & Tips Link Party {70}

Welcome to the 70th week of the Tutorials & Tips Link party! Tonight I thought I’d share with you a “store tip” of sorts. While on vacation in Virginia last week, I visited a fantastic store called Home Emporium which is related to Southeastern Salvage (for those of you lucky ducks in the South). This store carries everything home including the kitchen sink. Inventory changes frequently, so you never really know what you’ll find on any given day. I thought it would be fun to share a few of the items which caught my eye!

This wood circle mirror was HUGE and very interesting. It was indeed pricey but for the size reasonable. I would love to see it over someone’s mantel!

wood circle mirror

The lighting section was lovely and captured my attention for a good half hour. The prices on the pendants were so fantastic I was trying to figure out where I could hang a few. In the end, I ended up with a $12 drum shade but now wish I would have bought pendants to replace the “boob lights” in our hallway. I should have instagrammed this picture and consulted you all! I’m sure you wouldn’t have let me leave without a few pendants :).

 

pendant lights

Vintage bottles anyone? You could do better on the price at a thrift store, yard sale, or craigslist but if you want bottles without the hunt this is your place.

vintage bottles

The soda water bottles were plentiful as well! What really caught my attention though were the crates containing the soda water bottles. They were at a good price at only $14.95.

vintage soda bottles

They had a ton of butcher block counters and other wood counters available for cheap!

butcher block counters

And lastly, I was interested in checking out the pricing on their prefabbed wood flooring. I would LOVE to replace our third level with wood floors…someday!

wood floors

And now let’s stop shopping and get on with the party! Be sure you check out last week’s highlights in the Tutes & Tips Not to Miss post and see if you were featured! Also, I have a great Sherwin Williams giveaway going on that you’ll want to enter.

If you’d like to link up, please be sure to read the rules.

Remember that everyone with a tip or tute is welcome to link up but only those who link back to me within their post will be featured.

Party Rules

  • Any tip or tutorial is welcome! Decorating, holiday ideas, room makeovers, cleaning tips, recipes, crafts, and sewing all count.
  • Keep content fresh! Please do not link the same projects week after week. I will delete posts that you’ve linked up here several weeks in a row.
  • If your post has been featured in a Tutes & Tips Not to Miss, please do NOT link it up again.
  • Link back. I only feature those who link back to me within your post.
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Comments

  1. says

    Thank you so much for the party, Beth! Did you watch the Bachelorette finale? A little sneak peek of ‘my’ little island. :)

    That store looks amazing! All of those bottles and pendant lights … I bet you could make a round wooden mirror similar to that … for much less $$.

    Hope you’re having a great week!

    • Beth says

      I know. I totally should have bought two to replace the boob lights in our hallway. Kicking myself now but I’ll be back there soon!

  2. says

    Hi Beth! Thank you so much for hosting this party! The pic of your dog on your facebook that you posted last week when he was getting his bath was hilarious! You have an adorable dog, to go with your adorable boys! Have a fantastic week! Angie xo

  3. says

    Thanks so much for hosting! That store looks amazing! I didn’t know about this place but I’m making a trip to Columbia next week and I definitely want to stop by! Thanks so much for letting me know about it!

  4. says

    You were visiting my {old} neck of the woods. I grew up about 20 minutes away from the Home Emporium in a little town adjacent. It has totally changed since I left there for college in 1998 but I still love visiting {my parents still live in my hometown}.

  5. says

    I want to visit that store! I’d love to get some of those bottles. . .my thrift/antique store hunts have been fruitless. Thanks for the virtual visit!

    I’m glad to be linking up with you again after several weeks away. My post today isn’t very inspiring, but I hope it’s helpful to people. I was the victim of identity theft/bank fraud and learned a lot. I’m hoping I can save readers some trouble. What a mess!

    Thanks for hosting, Beth. I’m pretty much your millionth link, but I’m glad to be here!

  6. says

    Thanks for the tips! Love shopping and purchasing new finds using my creativity! Thanks for hosting and making blogging extra fun!
    Make it a great week!
    Meegan

  7. says

    Thanks for hosting a great link-up! This was my first time posting a link, but I’ve always loved your blog for the great mantel and tablescapes. Thanks for sharing all your creativity!

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