One of my new year’s resolutions is to give my blog more attention. While most of it will be photography related, I am going to do my best to contribute more personal posts to help you get to know me better. Today I’m going to start in the already-existing-but-sorely-neglected “mi casa” category.
While photography is my biggest passion in life, I’m more than a little bit obsessed with interior design, home magazines, and fixing up my 93 year old house. One unique element to my home is my vintage and antique dog collectibles. If you are new to my blog, you may have missed the first installment of my vintage dog collection as seen here. It’s been quite a while since the original post, so here is a glimpse at some additions to my growing collection. If you love dogs or quirky vintage/ antique artwork, you just may appreciate these as much as I do.
This amazing folk art piece is among my favorites. The “boy dog” detail cracks me up.
This antique oil painting was an extremely generous gift from some of my doggy clients.
I picked up this little bakelite scottie pencil sharpener at an antique show.
Love this wood sculptural poodle toy.
Although I have some fab ceramic pieces, I definitely lean more to the metal figurines like these ones.
My eldest sister gave me this fun piece. I sure do love me some smooshed-face-Frenchies.
Do you have any collectibles or elements that make your home unique?