Well, vintage lovers, I am soooo behind in sharing my junking finds with you. The brass lamp above? Garage sale find on my way to work on Friday. Yes, it's adjustable. Yes, it's vintage. Yes, it's sweet. And only $4.
The German tin above (made in Western Germany says the stamped bottom), with the greyound/whippet type hunting dogs was 50 cents at Goodwill.
These two step stools were $4 each at an auction. The rolling cart? Only $6 at one of my favorite (and secret) junk haunts.
The galvanized labels were $2 for all at the same secret junk place.
Gazillion foot tall library ladder? A Craig's List find. Came from a local bookstore that closed about 20 years ago. Not antique like my other library ladders, but it is much taller and has it's own vintage attitude.
This quirky little sign hanging at eye level...too fun!
Great details on the iron work...
and all trolleys in place! It came with the track and mounting hardware, too. Yum!
This beautimous little table was a flea market find in August. It is the perfect scale and tone for the living room.
Remember Heywood and Wakefield...the pair of chairs I had? You can read how we "adopted" them, accessorized them, and sold them. Well this is Heywood, Jr. and Wakefield, Jr. A matching pair of Heywood-Wakefield footstools/ottomans. In a warm, fall-inspired, golden tone.
I also found something to fill this corner of our über-large back deck. More on that soon! And I just remembered a couple other August finds that I forgot. Better grab the camera!
I'll be posting some of the auction things that I did NOT get over at Junkologie, so stop on over to see the other goodies at the auction.
I also have a huuuuge list of projects that I wan to get posted. I'm talking projects involving burlap, exterior paint, spray paint, sanding, repurposing, and rearranging. Lots to come!
Remember to stop by and check out this month's Authentic Style post featuring the authentic coastal decor of Sarah at A Beach Cottage! Please link up your own authentic projects or posts! :)