Wednesday, January 22, 2014

T's 10, Week of 1/19

Hope you guys are doing well this week! The first order of business is to remind you to start following us on Instagram if you haven't already. While I will still maintain the blog, our Instagram account will showcase photos with a bit more frequency. Under the search field, just enter "oddfellowsantiques," click follow, and you're all set! You can also see our account by clicking here. And now, for this week's picks!

1. This Eastern European milk jug is so sweet! I love the hand painted floral motif, and the colors are happy and bright. This would make the perfect decorative object in a kitchen. Dealer #44, Milk Jug, $95.

 2. This armchair has a great look about it. The upholstery is super soft and the nailhead trim gives it a sophisticated edge. I also like the square back juxtaposed with the rounded arms--it gives it an interesting look. And the price is an added bonus! Dealer #444, Upholstered Armchair, $325.

  3. This globe is amazing! Its large scale makes it a pretty unique decorative object and will definitely be a conversation piece. Globes like this one are made of steel, and were used for military training (usually circa WWII) or in some cases, used for mapping out flight plans . How cool, right? Dealer #NYA, Steel Military Globe, $750.

4. I've never seen a tulip base table quite like this one before. The chrome edges and base provide an industrial look to an otherwise mid-century style. The inlay wood pieces are an added bonus. I love chrome and wood together. Because its scale rests somewhere between a coffee table and dining table, I think this guy would work quite nicely as a side table or if paired with lower seating, could function as a game table. Dealer #83, Tulip Base Side Table, $495.

 5. I've had this lucky elephant on my mind ever since the dealer brought it in. It is just like those large garden stools I love, but on a much smaller scale. It would be perfect as a bookend! Dealer #076, Good Luck Elephant, $38.

 6. If you're in need of a small, narrow accent table this one might do the trick. Not all houses have entryways, like mine, so I would use this table right beside our front door to catch keys, coins, and the like. Dealer #OMD, Hand Painted Accent Table, $75.

 7. I love live edge wood slabs, and this console table made locally in Asheville is really calling my name. The live edge wood is cherry, and has a great industrial metal base. I would use this as a bar top for our dining room, but it would also be perfect behind a sofa or used in an entryway. Dealer #150-C, Console Table with Cherry Top, $425.

 8. These aluminum chairs are literally the best deal we've got in the store right now. There are about 15-20 of them remaining and would be put to perfect use outside on a deck or patio. I love the classic, retro feel of them too. And the pricing on these are seriously great you guys! Dealer #02, Aluminum Chairs, $28 ea or 4 for $85!!, 6 for $120, 8 for $160. 

 9. This mid-century coffee table and matching end tables have gotten a lot of attention at the shop, and with good reason. The tiered coffee table is really cool, and all of the tables feature a portion of inlaid Italian tiles. I love the contrast of the stark white tiles with the teakwood. Dealer #AE1, Coffee table $345, Pair of End Tables, $345.

 10. This French parlour chair is really lovely and is the perfect accent to any room. The velvety blue fabric with the gold painted frame look great together. And good news, it is newly reduced in price! Dealer #03, French Parlour Chair, $295.

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