Chairloom never fails to delight our buyers - a real mix of traditional and mid-century pieces with fantastic fabric choices - bright, graphic, and totally original
Mint condition factory pendants from Olde Good Things - a pair would be amazing over a large island.
One of two regal garden lions from Ellason Antiques - I picture these flanking an entryway or sitting atop one of the Main Line's many beautiful stone walls at a driveway entrance.
From new seller Scout and Annie - I loved the unusually shaped fan back and caning.
The always-fresh inventory at Salvation Nation
Beautiful pieces from new seller Groundwork Group. Their tables would be perfect for adding a relaxed vibe and patina to a room. Zinc, recycled barnwood, and whitewashed finishes galore.
Chair caning demonstration from craftsman Nicholas Thaete (Cane and Rush)
A bright little trio from new seller Open Air Living. How fun would these be in your kitchen?
Dan from Kitsch-N-Kaboodle shows Liz Williams some of his glassware and decorative smalls.
Max and Cleo check out Katherine O'Hara's glass kites.
More and more kept coming out of Kitsch and Kaboodle's truck as the day progressed!
I loved this faux tortoiseshell shelf from Open Air Living - I'd use this for holding toiletries (lotions, perfumes - the pretty stuff) in a bathroom or even for a small bar setup
Many great pieces from Tommy Sheldon photography.
Tommy, I eat my words - I was sure your tent was going down!