Updated pics of our space at Camas Antiques

Pictures from the spring show will be up tomorrow, so be sure to check back!

In the meantime, here are pics of my recent re-do of our space at Camas Antiques:

We just reduced the price on this BIG vintage window pane shelf to $499.00 (down from $629.00)  I don’t have the exact measurements, but it’s approximately 6′ tall x 6′ wide.  LOTS of room to display collectibles.  Makes a great room divider too; just slap some paint or wall paper on the backside and voila!

The backing on the front side is covered with vintage book pages.  Nice and neutral to go with any decor.

 

LOTS of vintage chenille bedspreads in shades of white and cream.  Even a NEWER, hard to find KING SIZE one!

A few Easter decor items still available.

 

This vintage kitchen cabinet is wonderfully shabby, and has lots of storage space!

 

An old wire lamp shade form makes a fun ‘cloche’.

This cherub statue is actually an old ceramic lamp base, with the holes for the electrical works all set to be ‘wired up’.  I kind of like is ‘as is’, but it would be very easy to convert to a working lamp.

How sweet is this little farmhouse style childs bow back chair?!?

 

And ‘la piece de resistance’ of our current collection is this extremely shabby old farmhouse table with original warped wood top.  If you are one who says, “the shabbier, the better!”  This table is for YOU!

 

Lots of great little lamps.  These are vintage lamps with NEW shades.  It’s hard to tell in the picture, but these shades have clear sequins sewn on top of the fabric.  How fun!

 

Pottery Barn inspired BIG shabby wood wall clock face.

Reproduction clock, battery operated.

I just love old whisk brooms like these.  Always thought it would be really cute to make a ‘kitchen curtain’ out of them by hanging lots of them on a curtain rod over a small kitchen window.

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  1. So MANY pretty things!!!!


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