Thursday, February 26, 2009
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Vintage 1960s-era Lucite table lamp with new custom silk shade in glam hot pink....perfect for a feminine boudoir or dressing room, or a punch of color in an otherwise neutral space.
Vintage 1960s-era Blackamoor lamp pair with new custom linen shades, shown here with some pieces you may have spotted before.
Detail of lamp
Fabulous "new" vintage needlepoint pieces reimagined as pillows by August Morgan
Framed silhouettes, great alone or in a grouping.
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Principal Kate Hersch travels the globe, picking up needlepoint pieces along the way, and uses fabrics to transform them into one-of-a-kind pillows that border on artwork.
Pillows have always been a quick and easy way to put your own fresh stamp on a space, and these are perhaps the most personal of all statements. No two are alike, and with so many quirky designs from which to choose, you're sure to find one that's got you sewn all over it.
Read more about them here, then come check out our selection.
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Fabulous armchairs...can be done in any fabric!
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Friday, February 13, 2009
Who says there's no such thing as love at first sight?
Friday, February 6, 2009
After three exhaustive evenings earlier in the week, the store is officially remerchandised--existing pieces have found new homes in the shop, and new pieces have been introduced to add a new flavor to others you might have seen on a previous visit.
Here's a sampling:
This dining table/desk is crafted from wood culled from vintage ships and sports so many interesting knots and markings.... a true conversation piece for your dinner conversations.
Wonderful stacking "bamboo-esque" etagere, formerly a sad woodish-stain, now fabulous in black lacquer.
Additionally, we have some new developments in store (no pun intended) that we are excited to share with you:
Thursday, February 5, 2009
Monday, February 2, 2009
But I had to share images of our new (old) gates leading into our side yard. My husband found them at our favorite salvage building-supply store, then existing as two rusty metal panels, and we knew they would be the perfect replacement for our sad, droopy, six-year-old wooden gate. (In a true testament to how well my husband knows me, he spotted them on a solo shopping trip, noticed the presence of the greek key motif, and bought them without even soliciting my opinion. He's good!)
After a few weekends of work (my husband's, not mine, though I have contributed my fair share of encouragement, and boy, am I tired), they are installed, and I could not love them any more.
Or, as my beloved Jonathan Adler would say, "J'adore the doors!"