Happy Monday! Time to start all over again, but the coffee is flowing and I am ready for a productive week.
We are fortunate here in Atlanta, the second weekend of every month, Scott’s Antique Market rolls into town. It is a great place to search for that “perfect piece” or just to peruse the halls for inspiration! I went on Saturday and spent 5 and 1/2 hours soaking in all the goodies! Here are some fun finds I thought I would share….
Love, Love, Love this! These are two separate cabinets from a 1960’s pharmacy. It is an enameled white metal with the original letter inserts. You could put this piece is SO many places: a foyer, a mudroom, or even a TV console.
It is hard to tell how amazing this was and the scale of it from the image, but I promise, it was spectacular! This is an old clock front from New Bedford, MA that is just about 7 feet tall. If you had the right spot for this, it would be an awesome focal point.
Love these French antique bottles (I believe they are Cider jars, but I am not positive). Great accessories alone or in the crate. They also make great lamps like I used below.
I think Cabinet Hardware is sometimes just as important as the cabinet design itself, I consider it the jewelry that can finalize an outfit.. it will make or break it! These square drop pulls, I was told were early 19th century. LOVE!
Here are a couple modern versions:
Old World Drop pull, Shown in Oil Rubbed Bronze, $12.99
Century Hardware Medieval Bail Pull, Shown in Polished Chrome (available in several finishes), $15.70