When I started this post I thought it would be my final post about Atlanta. That was until I realized that I had taken over 500 pictures during my visit to AmericasMart! So, let's start here....
Did anyone else see and love this "Sara" chandelier at the Canopy Designs showroom?
I'm sure it was inspired by Sara Jessica Parker's chandelier (hence the name the "Sara" Chandelier), that was photographed in her Hampton's dining room.
At $1,771.00 it's not cheap, but it is a fraction of the price of the original! And it comes in several different colors.
(but the blue is still my favorite).
Our next stop was Blue Ocean Traders. They do an amazing job of replicating some of my favorite vintage pieces...
This chalk board would be so charming in a child's playroom.
The top comes off and it turns into a desk. It's a reproduction of an army field desk. How cool is that?
Does that sink look familiar? My fishing baskets are actually old, but I can't tell the difference between my originals and the Blue Ocean replicas.
Of course I could never go to AmericasMart without stopping into Bobo Intriguing Objects to see Mark's new creations. I always leave the showroom inspired.
There was definitely a horse theme going on in the showroom. I loved these Swedish children's toy horses.
A horse head sculpture on the wall between two mirrored sconces.
I had a hard time believing that this peacock wasn't an old piece.
These simple marble bowls have a wonderful rustic charm.
Mark found a bunch of this old tin and created these fantastic large scale art pieces.
Doesn't this clock face look like it's a hundred years old?
The bridge is my favorite.
If you need any information about any of the products, please feel free to e-mail Gina at the store here. We're happy to help.
I'm off to Leila's saxophone recital. Have a wonderful evening!