Late 1800s-early 1900s French cabinet. Lets all take a moment and soak in its beauty. I found her in the most unexpected place at the most perfect time. Aurora and I were driving around town going from flea market to flea market trying to find a small cabinet that would fit in my tiny hallway to be used as a linen closet. Of course we couldn't find any that I love. So on my way home, I decided to stop by Fancy That Antiques near my house. I have driven past by it thousands of time but never thought to go in. The moment I walked into this place, I almost died. Imagine me...but as a shop. Beautiful antiques, architecture salvages, paintings, costume jewelries...you name it, they have it. I told the owner, Christian, I would totally move into the store. I literally walked around the place with my hand over my heart because I thought I was going to have a heart attack. Then I found her...hidden behind boxes of antique light fixtures.
Just breathtakingly beautiful...a little piece of forgotten history waiting to be loved and adored despite all of her delicious imperfections.
You know how I love my chippy and time worn pieces.
And look at those legs. I can't even...
Beautiful details on the glass.
This is probably the first time I have brought home a piece and love it so wholeheartedly the way it is. Right now I have all of my shabby vintage china in it. What do you think? Fluffy white towels or vintage china? After I brought it home, the girls decided to make it into their shoe closet. Those are some fancy chicks. I am in trouble with those two.
I can't wait to go back to the shop and take lots of picture for you ladies. The whole place is just filled with so many amazing things. Check out Fancy That Antiques's facebook page for some pictures. I am hoping to go to Brimfield Antique show tomorrow. Of course there will be a post about it with lots of delicious inspirations if I end up going. Wish me luck. It is a dangerous place. : )
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