Latest Finds

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Here's a roundup of my latest favorite acquisitions.  Like my children, I love each one of them the exact same amount! And that's a just a whole bunch.

I have 2 of these Mid-Century armchairs with needlepoint seats.  I'd love to see them painted, but the wood is beautiful and in flawless condition.  They are staying with me for now, and I'll  probably use them over at Project Dollhouse in the woodsy-goes-glam family room.

Glass peony sculpture in celadon pot

Beautiful old alabaster lamp.

Covered porcelain jar.  Apparently I think you can never have too much of this stuff.

Vintage paint by number Pagoda painting in reeded frame

Winter landscape

I have a pair of these side tables.  They are rattan-ish.  Lots of  inner turmoil on whether or not to paint them. Cool enough as they are, could they be even cooler if painted?   How do you vote on that?

2 and 2/2 onyx eggs.  I dropped one.

Fabtastic gold cocktail table, complete with groovy Mid-century details. May work in the aforementioned woodsy-meets-glam family room. 

Interested in any of these pieces?  Email me at

Have a lovely weekend - the weather is glorious here in the south!!

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Julie of Monkey Grass Hill said...

As usual, great taste, great finds.

jeanette from everton terrace said...

You find the best lamps. At first I thought, no on painting the table bases but heck, why not - you always do such a great job :)

amber wallace said...

great stuff!

Ashley said...

You're on a roll with the thrifted finds, Kim! I say leave the rattan-like table as is. It's really pretty with its natural finish.

kayce hughes said...

Are you the reason that I can never find anything good when I search craigs list for bamboo?
Love all of your finds!

Unknown said...

I need that porcelain jar!

Splendid Sass said...

Beautiful pieces! Can't get enough needlepoint or ginger jars!
have a nice weekend, Kim.

Interior Design Musings said...

Leave glass top side tables as is. They are great and antiqued brass is so current right now. M.

Bri@Meyouandawiener said...

I like the glass tables as is.