This is my Part 2 post about
Remnants of the Past - Spring 2013.
Last post I shared all the garden items we had for sale. Now I will share everything else.
We had lots of industrial items including two set of these wood drawer cubbies.
Lots of vintage books found new homes.
Don't they look pretty next to the salvage architectural?
This 1953 Postal sorting cubby was a main focal point. We stuffed it full of little white pitchers, sea shells, jars with white buttons, butter pats, etc.
This vintage cupboard was a great place to display ironstone, vintage phots, linens, pillows and primitive wood utinsels.
A collection of wood spools stood together on a large farm table.
A couple of girls stood gracefully in the corner.
A large ironstone pitcher with fresh peonies, mustard jar, ivy wreath, and side table, in front of a vintage black screen door.
This collection of pretty vintage quilts added a nice pop of color.
A large primitive pine cupboard full of apothecary jars, ironstone, crystal, vintage jars with zinc lids.
This basket was a great place to hold a couple of pillows, primitive wood paddles and rolling pins.
Oh yes. We can't forget the pie. It sat in the antique pie safe looking pretty and smelling so nice. It made for a tasty afternoon snack.
So, as you can see, we had a large varity of things. Industrial, garden, primitve, shabby...
It all goes together nicely, when it is usful to a person. A little mix is good. That is what makes a cozy and homey home. Things that you love and that you can use.
These are the types of items that we try to have available for you in our store. Come see for yourself!
3750 Taylor Road
Loomis, Ca. 95650
Inside the High Hand fruit sheds.
We look forwrad to seeing you at
Remnants of the Past 2013 ~ Fall
November 9 & 10.
Terry (one of the bricoleurs)