Hi, my name is Cindy and I am the creator of Edith and Evelyn Vintage.  I would love to connect with you!

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  1. hello, my name is Asil and I saw your French chest and really felt in love with it. All your pieces are really great and unique. Are you willing to sell this chest? Please let me know if you are. I’m really interested in buying it. Thanks a lot

  2. Beautiful, beautiful furniture. It is truly elegant and enduring. It is a pleasure to see your artistry. Elaine Garrison, Fort Worth, Tx.

  3. Hi Cindy can you tell me where you get your preserved boxwood wreaths from? I ordered one from Ballard’s but it was made cheaply and looked it as well so I returned it. I’m looking for a natural looking preserved boxwood wreath. ThNk you

    • The ones that I have came from Decor Steals quite awhile ago. We’re actually trying to source them to bring them into our shop.

  4. Hi Cindy,
    I believe you had talked about adding french inspired wood applique’s to furniture at one point. If so, could you please tell me your source for these wood appliqués?
    Thank you in advance,

    Nancy J. Tx.

  5. On a previous post you talked about a favorite place to shop in Alabama for antiques and salvage. I believe it was a family owned business close to the Florida line. I can’t remember the name!! I would love to take a trip down, do you know the place I’m referring to?

  6. Hi Cindy. Just wondering if you’d ever shared a bathroom renovation with us. I’d love some ideas for a cohesive look with the rest of the house.

    • Hi Patti! We haven’t renovated any of our bathrooms yet….I’m a little nervous about tackling them! But I believe that 2018 will be the year of the bathrooms (there are four of them!), so stay tuned!

  7. We have a cathedral ceiling without crown molding. I would like to put planking up over the popcorn ceiling and then add the crown molding. Would you suggest putting up the planking first and then adding the crown molding over the planking or putting the crown molding up and fitting the planking to the molding? Thanks for your help!

  8. Hi I have a 96 year old friend interested in the lamb off white with green underneath it I believe it was cast iron could you give me information on that please and a price thank you Jane

  9. I’ve been waiting for your ideas on fall decorating this year. Once again, no disappointment there. Everything flows with fall beauty. A place in the house to sit, relax, and take it all in. Of course I’ve visited your pumpkin shopping patch. They become more creative each year with new textiles, colors, and designs. I would love to put together an arrangement similar to yours. I always pass you and your ideas around to all my friends. They love and follow you to. Thanks again for your wonderful and generous giveaways!

  10. I have a retail store in Birmingham, AL. I sent you a DM on IG about wholesale on your pumpkins but did not hear from you. Do you wholesale?
    Need a source for pumpkins asap, have never see. The one with feathers. Also looking for various sizes, neutrals, perhaps orange.
    Jo Ann Milam, owner
    Tracy-Barrett Interiors

  11. Morning Cindy,

    Regarding the Giant Moss Balls-I clicked on the link an it says it may have moved. Could you please provide me with the instructions of how they were created?

    Thanks ever so much,

  12. Thank you for sharing your paint colors. I “borrowed” from your kitchen colors as a starting point for updating my house. Love SW Snowbound on my kitchen cabinets — it works so great with the revere pewter I had already put on the walls that I decided to not repaint! (I hated the color til then!)
    Advice, please. I want to paint my fireplace –do you think your paverstone would work with the SW Creamy walls I have or would it be better to carry the revere pewter into this adjoining room. The bricks go to the edge of a vaulted (ugh, popcorn ceiling).

    • Hi Mary! So glad you like SW Snowbound! On the fireplace, I think I would use the Revere Pewter. Since you’ve used that gray already, it will give a continuous flow. Hope that helps!

      • Yes, thanks! Love getting ideas from your home. It’s relieving to see what can be done when we buy from the big box stores and make it our own.
        Thanks for the inspirations.

  13. Cindy thank you for the opportunity to win such an inspirational outdoor magazine on may 26th. I live in hot, dry Texas that is hard to keep a sweet green ambiance. Perhaps some green moss balls in planters could help in my favorite outdoor spot, under an insulated metal roof shielding the harsh afternoon sun. love*.

  14. Cindy,

    I am so sorry to hear about your sister. I am adding her to my prayer list. And your family too.


    Kim whose daughter is in France.

    • Hi Wendie! We don’t currently have any french scales in stock, we do have an English one that is coming into the shop tomorrow. We’ve had a lot of french scales in the past, but they sell pretty quickly. We are always on the hunt for them so I would recommend keeping an eye on the shop for future listings.

  15. Hi Cindy,
    On the website, you show a French bergere chair reupholstered with burlap, antique grain sack , quilt and toile. I am most interest in the name of the company that manufactures the toile. Would you mind telling me the name or source?

    Thank you.

  16. Hi Cindy,
    I was just reading your blog about the plank over the popcorn ceiling, I’ve been thinking about doing that in my home but I have an older home with plaster. Can I put plant over plaster?

    • Hi Nadege! To be honest, I’m not sure if it’s possible to plank over a plaster ceiling. I would recommend consulting a professional.

  17. Hi Cindy!!
    I LOVE your blog! I found you on pintrest and am in awe of your transformations!
    I have a super random question for you. I am creating a very vintage girly/funky den. The old curtains from your master bedroom would be perfect in this room, believe it or not! Did you by chance keep them? If so, would you be willing to sell them?! If so, would you please email me!?
    Thank you so much! You’re doing a fantastic job, so inspiring!
    Much love!

    • Hi Amy! I wish I could help you, but unfortunately we donated the drapes about a year ago, so we no longer have them. Good luck on your den!!

  18. Just found your site last week!!! Wow, I’m blown away. I love it all!!! Can’t wait to see what you are going to do in your office/study. We’re in the process of closing on a “new” house. It was built in 1977 and never updated. I hope you agree with the adage “imitation is the sincerest of flattery”. My den has medium stained library paneling and I’m thinking about agreeable gray with the minwax stain just on the raised molding. Or the same treatment you did in the kitchen.l with snowbound and stain. I’m planning on doing a sample on some doors we are going to remove. With your wonderful rooms that I’m drooling over, I simply can not go wrong. Thank you for sharing.

  19. Just wanted to thank you! We found termites in our home and had to take out the back walls both upstairs and down. I wanted to paint the upstairs den a different color from the green it had been for years. I had to come up with a paint very quickly and thought of your house & your kindness in sharing your choices. I love Agreeable Gray!!! I painted walls and the ceiling. Paint is amazing. The ceiling looked white because of the way the light hits sometimes and gray the other. It is a wonderful shade & appreciate having someone so knowledge to turn to for advice. Thanks. Love your home & all you are doing to make it even more wonderful.

    • Oh my goodness, Debe, thank you so much! You are too kind! Wow, I can’t imagine having to take out those walls! But I’m so glad that you love Agreeable Gray, it is my favorite paint color, by far! Thanks for commenting!

  20. Hi Cindy, I found your blog through Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality. Just love your use of religious antiques in all your rooms. Now I am on the hunt for similar items and can think of a few that I have passed up at Estate Sales. My first project is to fill a small secretary similar to the one in your living room.

  21. Hi Cindy, I too love French decor. I have been looking for a (or maybe 2) Bergere chair(s) and I don’t care what the condition of the upholstery is as long as it or they have solid structure, as I am also a DIYer. I have scoured flea markets, and been to some estate sales looking for some with no luck so far! If you come across any that you don’t want for yourself please contact me. Thank you, Sue

    • Hi Sue! Where are you located? There is one specific antique market that I usually find them in, but it’s on the Gulf Coast {Mobile, AL}. If you’re near there, it would be worth checking out!

  22. Good morning Cindy!
    Your home is just lovely! I was admiring your front entry and I love your front door color, could you tell me the paint name and brand?

  23. Hi I was wondering i you could tell me something. I have looked and looked and really haven’t found someone to explain or to show me how to blend colours. I have seen some videos but none with a real good explanation on how to do it. Is what your doing here with this blue dresser the same thing? Please help.
    Thank you

  24. My husband has a cousin by this name & thought he might live in KC. Probably not the same u may know. We are traveling thru Mobile, AL today & think I will ck out those antique shops u suggested! My son lives near there close to another unique town u would love called Fair Hope.

  25. Cindy, I too am from SW Mo & a high school classmate told me about your blog – you have done some amazing things to your home. And what an honor to have your home featured in that beautiful magazine!

    • Hi LisaBeth! Yes we do! Check out the right side of the blog in the sidebar area, right underneath my picture is a “Subscribe by Email” box where you can add your email address, then click “sign up”. You will get a confirmation email asking you to confirm the subscription. If you don’t get it, be sure and check your spam folder. Once you confirm your subscription, you will start getting our newsletters with all the latest posts!

  26. Regarding the Love Feast promotion, if I won, I would select those velvet hearts with the stems! I’ve told all of my friends about them (and your blog!). I would order one for everybody! I love your blog! You know when you find something awesome, it repeatedly draws you back? That happiness is from your blog!! Thank goodness I happened upon it thru Pinterest – Connie

  27. Hi Cindy,
    I just discovered you on IG and now I was able to catch up with your renovation through your blog!! LOVE your style. I am from SW MO also and we built our “dream home” French country style a little over two years ago. The decorating has been a challenge because a true decorator is either too expensive or just doesn’t get the “French county” style I’m looking for. Therefore, I truly enjoyed finding your IG because your style was exactly what I was looking for.
    We vaulted our living/kitchen ceiling with wood planks and my husband white washed it by hand with a sheep skin rag!!!! Stress, but LOVE the look.
    Our walls are painted in SW mindful gray and SW dove white for all trim.
    I would love to get your input if I sent you some photos of the kitchen/living area –am in need of rug advice and I DO love your jute rug.
    Thank you for sharing your lovely home. I will look forward to the continued renovation.

  28. Hi Cindy,

    I love your blog and your home, it is just beautiful! I am going to the Alabama Coast on a vacation and in a post you had mentioned that you loved antiquing down there. I was wondering if you could share some spots that you love to shop in. We will be around the Gulf Shores area but will make day trips around the whole area.

    • Thank you Mackenzie! Mobile, AL is my fave picking spot in that area. A must see is Olde Mobile Antiques Gallery. If you happen to be there on the first weekend of the month, they have a monthly estate sale that is a must! Fabulous prices and a huge variety of vintage and antiques. It’s always first weekend, starting at 8:00 a.m. on Friday. The other place that I absolutely love in the Mobile area is Charles Phillips Antiques and Architecturals, open every Fri. and Sat. Be prepared to spend some time there!

      • Thank you! We will be there during the first weekend of the month so I will definitely have to give that one a try. Thank you again for sharing some of your spots!

  29. Hi Cindy,

    I am redoing my half bath and am in love with the idea of using a lavabo, but am having a hard time finding one. Where do you find yours? Thanks!

    • Hi Gabrielle! I found my lavabo in Mobile, AL at an antique importer that brings containers in from Europe. They are definitely hard to find. Have you looked on Ebay?

  30. Hi Cindy, I just discovered you have a blog and am so excited. I love your shop and have purchased many things from you. I love the cherub candle holders on your family room wall. Are those antique finds or maybe Wisteria ??!! I love your home and what you have accomplished. It is just my style. Enjoy your week-end Hugs, Kathy

    • Thank you Kathy! So glad you found the blog! The sconces are reproductions, not antique. I actually found them at an estate sale quite awhile back, but they are not old. They were originally wired for lights, but I love the look of flickering candles, so I gutted the electrical and topped them with Luminaire, battery operated, flickering candles. Thanks for following along!

  31. Hi Cindy, I just read your May 18th entry and saw your vase of peonies sitting on top of those darling little lambs! I couldn’t help but fall in love with them and was wondering if you wouldn’t mind sharing where you found them? Love your blog, Cindy!

    • Thank you Patricia! We actually have a blog post coming up {hopefully on Monday} that shows how those precious lambs came about! Stay tuned!

  32. Hello Cindy
    I just found your blog and I love your home and all your wonderful renovations! Would you mind telling me about the 2 gold lamps you have in your dining room on either side of the gilt and green mirror? Are those antique finds or did you purchase them new? I have been looking for some lamps and something like those would be perfect.
    Thank you so much
    LeighAnn Wood

    • Hi LeighAnn! Thank you so much for your kind words! We actually found these lamps at an estate sale several months ago. I don’t believe they are very old. I just checked to see if there was any kind of label on them as to a source, unfortunately there wasn’t. Sorry, wish I could have helped!

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