Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Scott Antique Market!

If you like Architectural pieces...Scott's is your meca!


This past weekend was the weekend of Scotts' (and I mean that literally, my husband is a Scott too!)  Anyhoo, last Thursday afternoon, I drove the kids up to Spartanburg to see their Grandma and Grandpa, and woke up early,early to make my way to Atlanta on my maiden voyage to Scott Antique Market....ALL BY MYSELF...Bliss I say, shear bliss!

Two Hours and 30 minutes later I pulled in and was overwhelmed by eyecandy!  Every time I turned around I saw something else that I wanted!  I figured I would start outside, b/c at 10:00 it was already 90 degrees....nothing like sweating and shopping. 

I pulled my camera out and started snapping photos immediately, but (some lady stopped me and said "Are you aLOUD to take pictures?", "Um, yes, I think so" I replied... totally bursting my bubble for a sec (I mean it was like being a kid caught with my hand in the candy jar, even though I had just been told I could get some candy!)  So, I didn't take as many photos, as I had planned because that stupid lady kept popping up in my head, like I was doing something wrong....excuses, I know, but I really DONT like getting in trouble.

Without further, adieu, here are the photos that I took.

Architectural Salvaged Lamps, and tables, oh my!

I thought these little triangular pieces would make great pendants

There were 2 of these....and the LIGHT up inside! 

Thought these lamps were quirky and cool.

This table was GORGEOUS!  This table was bleached!  A trend???  I was seeing a lot of it.(maybe I am just late to the party, but I am loving the way the bleaching turns the wood.)

a close up, aren't the details beautiful?

Had to take a photo, because these chairs are just like some I just sold from my booth, done by my friend Sandy.

Fun what people do with junk...having a cycling collector husband...I think maybe he could put some of his bike parts to good use!

Inside the building
(and my reflection, I was chatting away on the phone!)

outside the building.

Both are awesome metal curio cabinets.  LOVE!

A trip down memory lane....I grew up with a sofa that was slipcovered in this fabric....the guy had 2 of them!

I thought these little lamps were such a good idea...pretty too.

To top off the whole trip, I met Design Blogger Extraordinaire, the one and only Sherry Hart from Design Indulgence.  And wouldn't you know she was over in the pillow section...she always picks out the most gorgeous pillows, and features them on her blog.   If you haven't checked out her blog....you must!  Oh, and she is an AMAZING designer to boot.  I have a feeling we could have chatted design all day, but, alas... there was shopping and gazing to do, I only had a few hours to pack it all in....and boy did I.  WHEW!

Will show my finds tomorrow.

Have a great day ya'll.



8 comments:

pve design said...

.....did you go home alone....I would have a hard time leaving all that behind.
pve

quintessence said...

Sounds like a fun day - you clearly saw some great finds - hope you scored some as well. I would have been like you - hate getting in trouble!! And what fun to meet Sherry - love her blog!!

LiveLikeYou said...

That's the kind of place if you start shopping you never stop!! what a treat to drive sneak off for the day!!I can't wait to hit some Swedish vintage places while here.

SHERRY HART said...

So funny that we both started with the same picture! I am so glad you enjoyed it and maybe next time we can at least have lunch or coffee. Enjoy your time at the beach!

SHERRY HART said...

So funny that we both started with the same picture! I am so glad you enjoyed it and maybe next time we can at least have lunch or coffee. Enjoy your time at the beach!

pretty pink tulips said...

Looks like some amazing finds!!! Can't wait to see what you brought home!!

xoxo elizabeth

Mr. Goodwill Hunting said...

i need to make my way to scott's. i have a few items in mind that i really and looking for.



Rashon
www.ilovethrifting.com

hollyG said...

I need some Scott's up here in PA! What a great place.