Here are some of my other favorite “finds” from our visit to Scott’s in Atlanta this week:
You don’t go to Scott’s to find cheap. You go to Scott’s to find good.
These little chairs were so charming. I loved the gray velvet and their backs make them great candidates for floating in the middle of the room.
I loved everything about this chest from the stripped wood to the leg detail. Check out that graining.
More greatness in chairs. They were solid as a rock. Can’t you see a bright contemporary fabric on them?
And check out the table they were paired with. Don’t try to lift that one by yourself.
Iron lamps aren’t much fun to carry around but we did it!
These guys could seriously get all of my money. I have to close my eyes and run.
Come on now… really?
They are inspecting Russian ones.
sigh… moving on.
Right on trend were these “wrapped tables” except that upon closer inspection I realized that they were painted not papered. Very pretty in person non the less.
They came in several sizes and shapes.
I don’t know what drew me to these little guys. They were just sort of enchanting.
The equestrian in me stood up over this.
I have a certain neighbor (you know who you are) who would be all over this!
I never knew the stripes etc. were part of the dowry.
We had fun visiting with M.J. who splits her time between the U.S., France and Italy where she paints what she sees. There was a whimsical, almost childlike quality to her technique that made me happy. She first does a charcoal sketch then pen and ink over that then glazes it so that the whole thing feels a little smokey like a London day.
And that’s a wrap. A delightful day that started with stone-ground grits and biscuits with scuperrnong jam with my honey at The Country Store at Calloway Gardens and ended with Brickoven Pizza in Auburn. I would call that just about perfect.