by Lee Franklin December 12, 2019 2 Comments
Over the years our Christmas decor has become more and more kitsch and although it's safe to say we have always enjoyed quite an eclectic mix of decorations in our house, I think Kitsch has definitely moved in and made itself at home! However, I do feel we still have some way to go in getting the full effect (we're probably only on kitschmas level one at the moment) ... we are keen apprentices!
So on The Inkabilly Blog this week I thought we should create an ode to those who are already absolutely rockin' it in the kitschmas department. A smorgasbord, if you will, of festive kitsch in all it's many splendid forms.
I will not be saying very much more because I think the photos say more than enough on their own .... But I would just like to say a huge thank you to everyone who contributed to this amazing collection!
If you want to see more of any of the kitschers fine craft, instagram links are provided below the photos ... You might want to grab yourself a cuppa and get comfy ... Enjoy ... x
See more from Amy Koroknay @itsjustamyk
See more from Estelle Bilson @70shousemanchester
See more from Kensie @retrodisiac
See more from Lisa Horton @lisahorton1108
See more from Harvey @okaymisspeach
See more from Vanessa @vintagevspot
See more from Ashley @mylittle_kitsch
See more from Rachel @pyrexowl
See more from Jennie @jennie_loves
See more from Courtney @vintage_charms
See more from Sharon @sharry_lou
See more from Courtney @goldenboysandme
See more from Megan @meganmorrisonmoxie
See more from @sugarcookieladyvintage
See more from Brandy @the_purple_ottoman
See more from Sarah @sarahmathews_
See more from Shanna @antique_vestige
Photo credits: All photos kindly provided by the lovely ladies featured! Thank you!
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Hi there! We are mad bad fans of eclectic vintage and retro style ...
The Inkabilly blog features fabulous real-life retro homes ... from vintage fanatics to eclectic collectors. We delve into the secret worlds of retro fans and their homes, passions & inspirations ... stories of hard work and happen-chance.
We also love to share cool vintage and retro sellers, DIY restorations, snippets on design history, our favourite vintage eras etc ... Our aim is to be a resource for fabulous retro inspiration!
We also design and make our own vintage-inspired homewares and accessories to help fuel your retro life .... while you're here, why not have a browse ... ?
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Inkabilly is husband-and-wife team Lee and Karl. A mid century obsessed couple who've been designing and creating our vintage-inspired homewares, accessories and gifts in our Bristol studio, UK since 2010. We love to mix up our Retro! So in our emporium you will find a happy, eclectic mix of nostalgic and kitsch designs inspired by the 50's, 60's & 70's.