A pair of aged gilded candle stick holders, ruffled books and a sunburst mirror sit atop a painted chest.
What a perfect way to display these ironstone molds. They really are pieces of art.
There were several wonderful displays of ironstone. I would love to have some of these pieces in my kitchen...
I could use these in my pantry for storage.
This French desk has the most charming curved legs. I'm hoping my client will buy it.
They had several great mirrors.
The chalky paint finishes on these pieces are just my style.
We saw several fantastic architectural pieces.
A simple chandelier caught my eye.
There was something so clean and lovely about this glass cloche light...
a collection of wood veneer boxes that would look great in a man's study...
old leather books for the library...
I thought this "snowshoe" chair was quite an original design!
A couple more pond yachts and fishing baskets. I also loved those English bamboo pieces. They had so much character.
Isn't this crusty bird cage just wonderful?
Steve and I spent over an hour at Foxglove. I highly recommend going there just to look at all of the eye candy.
We really had a fantastic trip to Atlanta! I hope you enjoyed coming along with us.
I also want to thank Tara King from Americasmart for asking me to be a guest blogger. To read my post click here.
Oh, and one last Very Important thing:
Thursday is the last day to vote for your favorite window in Bloomingdale's Big Window Challenge. You can vote twice a day. I have a favorite (see big hint below). Do you? To vote click here.