It’s Easter Week and Spring Market Days are coming. Finally the weather seems to agree with us that it should be spring!
Here are some highlights of what’s here so far:
Our new patio has become a favorite gathering space. We’ve got a nearly 10′ long farm table we’re placing outside this weekend, with an iron chandelier for above. It’ll be irresistible. You’ll just have to sit down and enjoy – you’ll see.
These dazzlingly graphic rugs are made of recycled plastic – and perk up spaces inside and out. I love this one with the pretty, vintage iron seating.
Pretty metal details made outdoor spaces more inviting.
Hard to believe that these aren’t real. I love to use these branches because, real as they look, they are completely pose-able. So I can make them go exactly where I want them.
I have a set of these sweet chairs – all upholstered to match, but each one a little different.
Vintage concrete is so much better than new. The sharp edges of this fruit urn were worn down decades ago, leaving the perfect shape and color.
I felt hip just walking into this space. Martini anyone?
The color of these pretty french tables is a fresh, happy aqua. Just the thing to perk up your indoor space.
Yes, these are bags! How pretty and fun! Just the thing for a day at the beach, or a quick overnight.
More urns and greenery. This one is getting that patina I love. You can see the old grey peaking out on top. Over time, the whole urn will have that lovely hue.
I just love the color and shapes combined here. When putting together a display, keep in mind color, of course, but also shape and texture. The graphics on the game boards playoff against those on the cash register, and all of that sharpness contrasts so nicely with the tattered vintage books.
Don’t you just love the play of the utilitarian jars and scale in contrast to the ornate, gold frame?
I just LOVE this chair. The nail head trim, the graphics, and of course the pretty french lines.
Color! I just love it.
Vintage wicker sofa with freshly-made cushion, covered in a pristine piece of vintage bark cloth. So pretty.
Here’s a detail of the bark cloth. Just lovely.
Truckloads of great things are coming in every day. Our facebook page and website are getting updates almost daily now.
Great architectural salvage is everywhere at Chartreuse & co right now!
I just love the lines and the details of this beautiful French cabinet.
And our gardens, planted through our new patio area, are coming out. It’s such a delight to watch.
We have dozens of temporary dealers joining us this weekend, Saturday and Sunday. They specialize in everything from handpainted furniture to mid-century decor to handmade, industrial lighting.
Some pictures of these one-weekend-only dealers’ items will be coming soon!
Thanks for reading,