I instantly loved this leather chair. We're working on getting Zac's home office together and this would some masculinity to the space. I sent him a photo and he said, nah. I was bummed I didn't just bring it home without asking what he wanted!
Lesson learned - don't call Zac first.
I also found and loved this vintage fan back peacock chair.
I wanted this abstract painting as well (oh, the color!), but when I checked the price tag, I couldn't like it anymore. Bummer.
I did leave with this tribal shawl. I'm going to upholster this chair with it! In my mind, it's going to be amazing.
This mirror was great too.
They had a great collection on vintage tea towels and fabrics...
I also left with this painting. It was one of those purchases where I love it more because it was such a good price.
This wardrobe was great, but my living room is stuffed to capacity, so I had to leave it behind.
I did bring home this Japanese framed fabric goodness. I was able to get the dealer to come down $30, so I snatched 'em up right quick. I painted the frames gold as soon as I got home, but have yet to hang them. It's on the list for today!
I also came home with a Chinoiserie bowl and vase, some antlers and a wooden shoe from Holland that has a lot of sentimental value to me.
Any successful antique shopping trips for you lately?