Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Earth Day Every Day!

Officially, Earth Day was Friday, April 22, but at Vintage Home every day is Earth Day! Why? Because we take antique furniture and give it new life: We clean it, fix it, paint it, stain it, polish it--whatever it needs--to make it the perfect piece for you!

Here are some of the "green" treasures you'll find at Vintage Home right now:

We know your mind is on the beautiful weather outside, so let’s start with a look at the great restored patio furniture we have for sale.

This white outdoor dining set comes with a large, glass top table and six matching chairs. What a chic piece for the beach!

Recognize the base of this coffee table? It's a chicken coop! We've added a glass top and industrial castors to this awesome farmhouse find. We love this piece for its great rustic appeal. It could certainly weather the outdoors (and has!) or warm up a room inside - you decide!

Obsessed with rustic chic?
So are we! Come see our one-of-a-kind
selection of barn wood beauties.

This French-style bachelorette chest is extra sweet with its glass knobs and unique diamond pattern. We'll let you in on a little secret: there are three more drawers inside!

Beside this beautiful bachelorette chest is an elegant nightstand with wire-front doors. We have several other white, French-style nightstands in the store, so stop in and see which one strikes your fancy!

Not enough room in your bathroom to do your hair and makeup? This 1930s vanity is perfect for primping! And check out the size of the mirror - it’s every girl’s dream!

Having a large dinner party? No problem!
This dining table comes with two
extension leaves.

If you like the style of the vanity, have we got the table for you! This round, dark hardwood dining table is from the same era, and it’s gorgeous! Notice how the rich, natural wood really pops next to a painted piece.

Are you thinking what we’re thinking? This piece would look awesome with that round dining table! This distressed, tan buffet is truly unique: the beautiful arch is actually the handles for a large, second drawer!

If you love horses, you might also love these framed vintage photos (above the buffet). We think they were taken in the Unionville area. So cool!

Like what you see? We've got plenty more vintage jewels to show you. So if you feel like going "green," go to Vintage Home!

1 comment:

  1. This has to be one of the best looking blogs for any antique store around!!!!

    GO MOM!!!


    Your son :D