We didn't make it to the Antique Factory until late in the day on Saturday (after a long stay at IKEA and some other stores), but I did snap some photos. First up, Minty! Yes, I was there. I saw it in person, and it is chocked full of goodness. I had a hard time getting photos in there though as the lighting was dodgy. Feast your eyes . . .
|It's not this yellowy-green in person, I promise.|
|All kinds of brass, glass and lucite beauties at Minty.|
|Some of Jenny's yummy abstract art.|
And in some of the other booths . . .
|The burled wood on these tables was beautiful. $900 for the pair.|
|Faux bamboo chrome chairs (there were a pair). Very cool.|
|Lots of Chinoiserie goodness here.|
|A lucite bar/cart with a top that swiveled. Very cool.|
|More lucite. Yum.|
|Very Kelly Wearstler.|
And outside . . .
|Is this not the coolest mod faux bamboo iron bench you've ever seen? Love the shape!|
|I need this fun set on my patio. Too cute.|
|And of course, this is the front of the building which I snapped on the way out. I do everything backwards.|
If you're in Atlanta, you should definitely hit the Antique Factory . . . it is so worth it!
Here we are at Jenny's anniversary dinner after our outing to the Antique Factory.
|Jenny, me, Arrione and Lauren at the bar. Lauren said it looks like she's an outcast.|
After a couple of martinis that night, we returned to the mall and Lauren finally found the elusive perfect pair of black boots . . .
|I took this photo in our packed car the next morning.|
and poor Jenny broke her foot after falling in the parking lot of Lenox Mall. Can you believe that? What a crazy end to our trip. She just found out today that it is indeed broken, and she'll have to wear one of these lovely boots for six weeks . . .
Definitely a memorable trip! Hope everyone had a great weekend. I've got to decorate my house a little more for the holidays. We're hosting supper club on Friday. Oh, the pressure.