Tuesday, June 17, 2008

A trip to the vintage store

I went to my favorite vintage store today! It's always such a treat, so when I need a pick me up, that's where I go.

They always have plenty of pottery and art glass, so it's heaven for me.






















Look at this beauty that was hiding in the back. Love it! An orange sofa would fit right in my place.




And dig this Eastman print.







And yellow art deco teapot. Never seen one like it.








I've been feeling like I need to add yellow to my decor.



So I broke down and bought one of these yellow pillows. It's been a long time since I bought myself something.
Even the bag they put it in was a work of art!

Here's the pillow at home in my living room with a couple of my new paintings. Now I am on the hunt for a purple velvet slipper chair, because this room needs a touch of purple. Surprising how much color I'm using these days. It sure does become addicting.

3 comments:

j-d said...

I love your blog!!! Wonderful stuff. I found it by accident-- I was looking for a lamp image to forward to a client and your blog came up. You referenced a couple of my lamps in Aug, 2007. Anyway, looking at your site is complete eye candy:) If I knew how I would forward you a photo of a pink art deco ceramic serving set I found in a flea market in KY two weeks ago, complete with a lazy susan. love love the blog!!!

Peggy said...

j-d, thanks for visiting! I hope you will visit often. I would love to see your ceramic serving set!

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