I'm not a very good decorator. You'd realize I don't have a cohesive "style" if you walked in my house. I have a little bit of La Z Boy, a little bit of Roomstore and a little bit of Ikea. And I'm not really in love with any of it. In the past year I've been combing through catalogs to circle/cut out/dog ear pages of things that I really love so I can try to replicate it in future purchases I make. Its always hard taking the first step because I usually look at something I like and say "yeah... I really like that, but it doesnt go with ANYTHING I have at home right now".
But hey... I guess I have a hodge podge already, so what the heck!
Ballard Design-esque (when they're not being all frou frou). This was my first purchase of something I really liked but didnt think would "go" in my kitchen. I picked it up at Goodwill for cheap and while it's not in perfect shape, I really like it. My plan is to get rid of all of the boring stuff I have and accumulate some fun pieces like this vintage pyrex. Now I've just got to find some good thrifting haunts to make that happen!