Today I wanted to share a fun shop I recently discovered in Anchorage called re:MADE. I’ve been following them on Facebook for a while now but am not often on their side of town so I have’t been in until last week when I saw a post with those adorable animal pillows you see in the photo above. I knew they’d be great for my neutral winter decor and could transition into other uses so I made plans to visit them the next day during my lunch hour.
When I pulled up I spotted their cool re-purposed signage and immediately knew I was going to like this place. There was so much to look at inside, but I quickly found the pillows I had come from and pondered which to get for several minutes. I’ll share which ultimately came home with me at the end of this post.
Nearby I spotted this fun deer art which was created with wood planks and painted license plates. It would be perfect for an industrial or rustic style room.
This cute antique desk held fun little paper trees. If I’d had a spot for either they would have come home with me as well.
These map phrase frames caught my eye too. They were all very different, yet each inspired adventure. My favorite was “I haven’t been everywhere yet, but it’s on my list.”
There were several large reclaimed marquee lights available. These would be so cool lit up on a wall to spell out words like FAMILY or PLAY!
I giggled to see this large pile of driftwood in a back corner. The Hubs thinks I’m crazy when I collect pieces every time we go riding on the trails in the summer, but apparently I’m not the only one fascinated wit the cool textures.
These cork trivets and halibut pot holders were great gift ideas for the cooks in your life – or just as decoration for your kitchen.
These vintage looking pieces were tablet pouches or covers. The leather tab helped keep the tablet secure inside while the outside just looks totally cool and retro.
Still wondering what came home with me after my little shopping trip? These cuties – a bear cub and hare! They work well with our current pillows and fit right in with the other rustic winter decor I’ve got up. I’m excited to use the hare again for spring as a nod to Easter and the bear cub will probably move to the guest or foster room.
I’m kinda loving how simple everything looks after the holidays, especially with the new to us sectional we found on the buy/sell page for a great price. It’s super comfy and the new pillows just make you want to hang out on it all day.
I also brought home this cool vintage sled! I spotted it as I was heading to my car after paying for the pillows and stepped into the snow bank it was sitting on to check it out. I quickly put the pillows in the truck and headed back inside to pay for this. It’s going to be a great prop for winter time family portraits with small children. 🙂
I’m glad I found this new resource for unique decor and it warms my heart to know that what I spend there helps those in need. That’s what I call a win-win! If you’re in the Anchorage area and like upcycled decor I highly suggest you check them out.