If you guys have been following for a while, you know I am one of those crazy Rae Dunn junkies. I tried so hard to not fall into the trap but about a year ago, I couldn't resist any longer and finally caved.
I mean, do you blame me? How
Lately, it seems like every time you turn on HGTV it is flooded with Wayfair commercials. The best friend getting jealous of her friend’s beautifully decorated apartment thinking someone else must have done this for her. Or the mom thinking the mother-in-law came and redecorated. They all end by
So today is more of a rant, I’m sorry to say.
Honestly no introduction is needed, let’s just dive in.
When I first really got into Rae Dunn I was meeting all kinds of collectors. Ones I have been warned on, others that were super sweet, all kinds of upsellers,
So today is not my normal style post. It is more of a rant honestly. I am sharing my story of being apart of the Rae Dunn community and why we need to join together to change the attitude of collecting. We need to STOP all these Rae Dunn horror stories
Did anyone else find themselves going through farmhouse withdrawals now that Fixer Upper is off the air?!
Where will our inspiration come from?!
I know I did!
After I *tearfully* watched the last episode, I started searching Instagram for accounts that will give me daily inspiration. I am so excited
About two years ago we saw a clumsy mug with large handwritten words hit our Instagram feeds. What is this mug?! And why is everyone so obsessed?!
I mean, I have to kind of admit I was pretty intrigued and looking to snag my own.
But I had no idea where