There was so much to see at the Remnants of the Past Antique Show last weekend that I couldn't fit it all in one post. So let's continue our shopping spree..
Once we finished admiring all of the beauty inside, we headed outside to shop some more. Look who we bumped into... the creative men of Atelier de Campagne.
I'm sure you just want us to move out of the way so you can see their gorgeous displays.
Visiting Atelier de Campagne is like taking a quick trip to France.
My love affair with galvanized garden pieces started with my first visit to Atelier de Campagne.
I saw several stone dogs at Remnants of the Past, but this little Pekingese was my favorite... she's adorable and has just the right amount of age.
Some of my other Atelier de Campagne favorites... a faded French blue sign...
assorted baskets and metal containers and planters...
piles of galvanized letters that could spell out special messages...
and spools of thread in my favorite muted colors...
Debra's limited palette and her eye for beauty combine to create a romantic, vintage mood.
A wonderful vignette included grainsacks, neatly stacked on a fastastic vintage wing chair. A blooming hydrangea, placed in front of a tower of French baskets, added a pop of fresh white.
Charming hotel silver pieces were mixed in with corral and galvinized planters.
Debra incorporated many white flowering plants in her displays to give her stall a vintage garden atmosphere.
Another hydrangea, in a vintage galvinized wash basin, was outside Debra's stall.
Succulents and sea shells are always a good combination.
We took one last look at the beautiful world of Debra Hall Lifestyle as we continued down the aisle...
We spotted this whimsical birdcage at Willow Nest .
This one of a kind aviary, filled with a pair of buff colored doves, traveled all the way from Texas to be a part of Remnants of the Past.
Vintage dishes and serving pieces were displayed in weathered wood cubbies.
We met Marina Geest from Over the Ocean when we were at Remnants of the Past in October.
Marina imports unique items from across Europe.
I loved the simple beauty of these linen napkins.
Our final moments at Remnants of the Past were spent admiring the gorgeous displays at Weathered Elegance.
This gorgeous pale gray armoire was the one that got away. It must have sold in the first few minutes of the show :(
A flat of sedum was the perfect place to display silver and vintage glass bottles.
I hope you enjoyed coming with us to Remnants of the Past!
Thank you to our friend Judy Watkins for creating another fantastic show. We can't wait to come back in October!
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