I don’t think I have shared with you some the photos I took at Scott Antique Market this month.
Scott’s this month was brimming with fantastic finds. Since the Atlanta Gift and Home Furnishings show was in town and buyers from all over the world were in town for it, the vendors at Scott’s really upped their game and loaded their booths with all kinds of home décor and furniture. I didn’t get to snap as many photos as I wanted because I was dragging around a cart full of items but I did take enough to wet your appetite.
There were lots of tall armoires at this show including this beauty. I love the circle design on the mirrored doors.
Fabulous bamboo table that would make a perfect bar cart.
This vendor had a great selection of antiqued mirrored accent tables in a different shapes and sizes. The antique gold finish on this one was beautiful.
Vintage boxes, crates and baskets were everywhere.
This curved front cabinet was so pretty.
Lots of grey washed pieces. This piece is just begging for a dark stain top.
Lovely folding mirror screen.
Industrial is here to stay. This piece was pretty awesome not only because of the size but the details and hardware.
I loved this vintage office vignette and that parking meter turned lamp was so cool.
Great iron chairs just waiting for a splash of color. Can’t you just see them in bright orange???
Did you say you were looking for sea sponges???
The guys at Parker Kennedy never disappoint with fabulous bamboo pieces, bold colors and chic accessories. This blue bar cart/table made me gasp!
I love anything in red (with brass details and cute knobs)!
Great bamboo chair.
Can you just imagine entertaining with this oval tray?
Love this color, fabric combo.
I’d give up a lung for this chair. Emerald green is so luscious!
Poodle on a perch!
Another red gem. Love the blue and white Chaing Mai fabric.
The way this desk was painted and the treatment on the top surface was great. The top was a special paint treatment.
Weathered and rustic.
And this piece was just beautiful. Check out the detail on the drawer and sides.
All in all the Scott Antique Market was really good. There was lots to see and lots to buy. I picked up a couple of pieces of milk glass, two vintage fans, some brass trays and some vintage jewelry.
Until next months edition of Treasure Hunting!