Hola! I had a looong weekend celebrating the marriage of two of our close friends. The bash was held at a gorgeous 19th century mansion that offered lots of old world charm. I have a ton of pictures to review and then I will share a full recap on the wedding and how it was styled. Stay tuned!
But today my friends, I’ve got some vintage eye candy. Just a bit since I obviously was pre-occupied this weekend. Last week I stopped in a local consignment shop that I have just been dying to get to. A couple of weeks ago my blogging buddy Holly documented her trip to Phantastic Phinds and I knew I needed to get there stat. I soon found out that the shop’s owner reads my blog so I was certainly destined to go. (Hi Angela!) No more delays. I made it. And it was totally worth it.
First let me tell you that the shop is so neatly curated chock full of vintage goodies from furniture to accessories. I tend to expect consignment shops to be a mixed bag of housewares from different eras but Angela really does a- well a phantastic job selecting what she brings into the shop. Only the best stuff is for sale.
Since putting the Christmas decorations away, I feel like our built in shelves are kind of bare so I picked up a few accessories to add to the vintage camera collection already on display. My favorite find being this awesome glass flask.
It gets even better. There is a second screw top cap inside.
I also picked up a vintage yarn holder. I am no knitter so I didn’t even know there was such a thing as a yarn holder. It is like a delightful little metal cage that adds some depth to the shelf.
We’ve been discussing lighting for the area around the built ins in the living room. At the last-minute I added a desk lamp to my loot. The price was right so I figured I’d give it a shot. Unfortunately, I don’t think it fits the space mostly because it is too big so the hunt continues for lighting. We’ve got a plan B. As for the lamp’s future, I’m certain I will find another use for it…perhaps at my sewing desk (whenever I start sewing).
Sooo the bookshelves still need some tweaking but I think we’re onto something with the vintage camera collection, family photos, old books and our newest vintage accessories. I love it when a plan comes together.
I also had a great time meeting and shopping with another reader, Jennie from Love ‘n Fresh Flowers. She is a local floral extradonairre bringing the Philly area it’s first flower CSA. How cool is that?
A lot of shout outs today, huh?