Monday, November 19, 2012

Guest Post & Old Tricks

Happy Monday. I hope everyone enjoyed a relaxing weekend like we did . . . it was much needed and appreciated! Today, you can find me over at Interior Canvas talking about my five top picks for dining room chairs (just in time for holiday gatherings).

Interior Canvas is the brainchild of design-savvy Nashvillians Anna Kristin Yarbrough and Cameron Weaver who have tapped into the (mostly) local interior design community to provide readers with posts that are enlightening and inspiring. Please check out my post and poke around Interior Canvas while you're there . . you won't be disappointed. 

As far as the old tricks portion of the post title, that refers to my treasure-hunting ways. I hit some estate sales this weekend and found these goodies . . . 
Huge, gilt mirror in a great shape. Perfect for an entryway.

Vintage original oil painting. Vivid hues that would brighten any gallery wall.

Reed & Barton 3-piece lotus dish complete with flower frog.

Matching Reed & Barton lotus candlestick holders. These are the perfect pieces for a holiday table setting.

Original Greek plate in golds and blacks. Perfect small accessory for a tablescape or bookshelf.
The best news is that these pieces, along with some other items from my hoarding collection, are up for sale at my friend Jennifer's store, tag. 
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Treasures, Antiques & Good Stuff
8333 Sawyer Brown Road
Nashville, TN 37221

Please check them out if you're in the Nashville area. And if you're not, just shoot me an email if you're interested, and I will let you know pricing and shipping. 

 




7 comments:

charmaine said...

Yay! You did it! Love that mirror.

Linda said...

Very exciting Kathy. I'm going to check out Interior Canvas now. Have a great Thanksgiving. - Brandy

Chateau À Gogo said...

Oh that was Brandy above by the way. I'm on my mom's computer and was signed in as Linda :)

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

I am so happy you're doing this! Good luck with your sale. You really do find some amazing pieces, Kathy! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

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Nicole said...

Stop it - I found that exact same mirror at a thrift store in Northern Virginia (DC suburbs) - love it! It's in my oldest daughter's room now. You know what they say about brilliant minds..... ;)

Melissa Crochet said...

That mirror is amazing! Great finds.

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

I thought I had commented all ready, but i guess not. good luck with your sale....i love that mirror.