I find the muted colors of this vintage bark cloth simply delicious. Primroses and tulips. The perfect spring motif.
It's called bark cloth because of it's heavy texture. But it's also weighty and cushy soft. I just brought in these two large and lovely panels to the shop.
I wrestled with whether or not to give this French mirror a whitewash. I'll let someone else decide!
The linen panels sold, so now we have net lace curtains from France hanging in the window. Since they are antique, the tea stained hue is the real deal. Love the sweet little ruffle at the top. I love how they work with the dusty rose.
This antique framed mirror did get the white treatment, which shows off all the delicious detail. Another vintage beauty breaking my Cabin & Cottage heart. Sometimes bringing things in for sale is like tossing something against a wall to see what sticks. I have come back the next day and hauled things out again! Oh the many-spendored trials of shop keeping!
I also took some shots of sweet things nearby in the rest of the Vintage Market and Design shop. There is a daily mine field of temptation.
Just luscious, no??