A Glimpse Inside Junk Gypsy’s Wander Inn


This past weekend was another one for the books! I was lucky enough to be invited to stay at Wander Inn during antiques week. Wander Inn belongs to Amie and Jolie Sikes of Junk Gypsy. Currently the inn is not open to the public but I was thrilled to give it a test run. The ladies are still working on a little decorating and some projects, but the inn is a magical place.

Scroll through to see more beautiful photos I took while I visited; it’s filled with Junk Gypsy style, their own DIY projects, pieces from the PBteen collection, cowhide, steer skulls, glitter, and all things fabulous.

an old sign and a steer skull

I never thought I needed an old metal sign like this until I saw one hanging above vinyl chairs and under a steer skull.

bright blue accent wall, rustic steps, and the flag

This bright blue accent wall with the American flag and serape horseshoe chairs is so good!

rustic glam inside the Wander Inn

Everything in here is so dreamy. The book collection on the coffee table is awesome and I spent one of my nights just curled up on the couch reading.

DIY art over the mantle

There is a fireplace in the common area downstairs, DIY art hangs above the mantle.

steer skull mounted next to an ombre wall

You can never go wrong with a blue ombre wall and a steer skull (found in one of the guest rooms).

beaded turquoise chandelier

Hello turquoise beaded chandelier!

steer skull and vintage chairs

This was inside my room – how cool is this glitter dipped feather lamp?

Charlie 1 Horse hats hanging above the fireplace

Charlie 1 Horse hats hang above the fireplace.

cowboy boots on the mantle

I always say cowboy boots always make good decor.

stunning vintage mirror

Can I please have everything shiny?

colorful wooden headboards and bedding

These Junk Gypsy head boards are awesome!

stunning bedroom for guests

This is my second favorite room at the inn.

This is how you style a bed

Headboard and pillow game on point.

Welcome to Wander Inn

I hope you’ve enjoyed a little glimpse into the inn as much as I loved staying there. It’s absolutely dreamy and Texas is calling my name again soon!

Photos by Raquel Lynn

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2 comments on “A Glimpse Inside Junk Gypsy’s Wander Inn
  1. Susan Friedland says:

    That looks like such a fun place to stay. There is an old horse barn near the lake I would go to in Wisconsin that has been turned into an inn. I would love to go to both of these exquisite places.

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