The first Scott Antique Market of 2013 took place last weekend. While I didn’t spend a lot of time at the show I did manage to snap a few pics of items that caught my attention and my heart. After arriving home and flipping through the pictures I noticed a trend…I’m apparently lusting after Weathered, Worn, Washed Out and Rustic. Come along on my treasuring hunting trip!
I spied this beautiful fabric at one of the booths. How great would this look on a chair or ottoman?
This chair was beyond beautiful with an all wood back and frame. Such casual elegance.
I loved this chair with a mix of line and burlap. I make sure to stop by this vendor each month to see what’s new. They always impress and I love that the pieces are all made in the USA.
A jumbled pile of rustic goodness. So many cool accent pieces to choose from.
This was a new vendor showing some incredible embroidered curtain panels. Reminds me of the new line that Mary McDonald created for Schumacher.
This leather upholstered cabinet was stunning.
If I still had my store I’d be all over this rustic display cabinet.
Loved these ottomans, especially the shape! The patterned style ottoman in the photo is their best selling shilouette and the guys working the booth were wrapping those up coming and going.
A great accent piece that could be used in so many ways in a home.
Vintage Olive Oils Jars wrapped in wicker. Very well priced between $25 and $40
These dough bowls were enormous and fantastically priced at $55 to $85. I haven’t seen them this well priced in years. I would have bought one if I didn’t already have one in my stash.
And this little gem of a settee all dolled up in linen.
Next month I plan to spend a bit more time at Scott Antique and hope to uncover some new treasures.
p.s. I did buy a couple of lamp shades from a vendor that sells all different styles and sizes for just $15.00 each. That my friends is a great deal!
p.p.s. I did find some other treasures while out shopping over the weekend and will share those with your tomorrow.