It’s been a couple of months since I visited Scott Antiques here in Atlanta, but this month, I ventured out, meeting up with a few blog friends. Here are a few things that I saw along the way. It’s always fun to browse for inspiration at Scott’s. You never know what they will have.
It’s always fun to just walk the aisles at Scott’s to see what’s there. Not that I need a lot, but it’s still fun. There are gals that come over from Alabama every month just to visit Scott’s and one of them said hello.
Vintage inspired rustic stools are all the rage.
I always love oil paintings and bunnies. I still have some bunny paintings that are not hung on the walls yet, but I’m hoping to use them in my laundry room when it is finished. I love garden inspired art.
More dining tables and chairs.
Always lots of pretty pillows and fabrics at Scott’s.
I’m a sucker for old architectural pieces and these columns were so cool. I didn’t get the price on them, should have just to share with ya’ll.
We loved this booth, very nicely displayed.
OK, here’s a trend alert for ya!
Do you have a whole set of cherry Queen Anne dining room furniture that you are just sick and tired of?? I know, so many people have those sets from the 80’s and 90’s. Here’s a great way to update. Spray paint those Chippendale chairs in a bold color, change out the fabric on the seats and you have a whole new look. I’d recommend painting that cherry table and china cabinet too. You’ll probably never fall in love with those matching sets of cherry that so many people have again, so why not PAINT it!
Loved this oil painting, all the colors really drew me in. I think it was $400+ or so, way more than what I usually spend on art, but wow, was it pretty. Loved those bottles too.
Outside in the tent, I spotted this driftwood deerhead. You never know what you’ll see at Scott’s.
Lots of rustic letters for sale. I think these were $40 for large and $25 for small, not too bad.
How about a globe made into a light fixture. These were cool! DIY alert!
More cool old letters.
Loved this large china cabinet.
And a cute concrete bunny to end the day.
Here’s what I found! There’s one booth that has tables of loose prints (these are actual book plates) all for $10 each and you can find lots of great things to frame. These are a little too small for my existing frames, but I’m hoping I can take them to a photo place and have them enlarged to fit my frames and they will look great when I’m done. I just love these green ferny botanicals!
And these are the existing frames I have in my bedroom. They are really nice with a gold beaded border inside, so I’m planning to just switch out the blue flowers (that I got on Ebay several years ago) for the new green ones for an update. I’ll show you all that when I’m finished with them, of course!
That was my visit to Scott’s this month. If you haven’t been, you’ll have to check it out. Great place to get inspiration!