I am obviously a big thrifting junkie. The obsession isn't limited to clothes.
In fact, it's much worse with decor, because you can never be too bloated for decor. It always fits.
Last weekend I went and visited my mom, and she took me by a little store set off one of the main roads in her town. It's called Max's Haus and it is chock full of little treasures! I took one step into the little house, took one step back out and ran to the car for my camera.
It. Is. Gorgeous. I immediately started snapping photos, and got about 50 before I thought to maybe ask the owner, Norma, if it was alright that I was getting all the photos. We got to talking, and the store actually has a beautiful back story, and the owner's life has become ingrained in the store's history.
The store is set up beautifully. It's one thing to throw a bunch of finds into a small space, making the buyers dig through the items, and possibly miss a gem. But this house is set up like my dream home. Plenty of space to walk through the displays, beautiful vignettes of little trinkets and books and so many little treasures just waiting to be discovered.
I am so excited to have found Max's, and if you ever make a trip to the Hill Country of Texas, make sure to stop in and check out this beauty. If you can't make it out here, check out some of the lovelies below.