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vintage wall art and vintage chairs

vintage ceramics+pottery

Jesse Turek
Lifestyle Contributor & Interior Designer, NYC
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In the next few weeks we will have one of the largest 'Online" textile and grainsack catalog available.  We are bringing on 3 very special vendors who have an incredible collection of textiles and grain sacks.  Look for more vintage and antique textiles coming soon.

European grain sacks bring that special bit of rustic charm into your home. They are perfect for cushions and upholstery projects,
or thrown across the back of a sofa or the foot of a bed.   This one is tough enough to use as a small area rug or bath mat -- no matter where you put it, a treat for the eyes!

Blue and white tickings go well with a nautical theme as well as with country blues and whites. A versatile fabric, ticking can be made into pillows, lampshades, bags/purses, aprons, table cloths and runners, and used for upholstery, mattress or duvet covers, or simply folded over a couch or bed.

 

We have these incredible prints that should be listed in the next couple weeks.  Be sure to check back soon.

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Jamie Altman

Fresh Dairy ~ loving these vintage dairy jars in this very cool vintage crate that I found and had to have...

 

I picked up this great vintage metal crate

it's filled with 20 little glass jars most likely for cream or yogurt

but I think this makes a perfect little container for just picked spring flowers

dairy fresh from the garden

 

Kelley Davis-Motschenbacher

Lifestyle Contributor and Vintage Collector

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Jamie Altman

What I love about living aboard is the resourcefulness, the simple interiors, simple colors like white, cream and the wood floors and wonderful old antique and vintage furniture that is not always perfect but it works. The older the better.  While reproductions can be great, why not adventure out of buying a new piece of furniture and hop on your computer and click to Second Shout Out and find a charming piece of furniture you can add to your home.

As  HVÍTUR LAKKRÍS puts it ~ "My fundamental idea is a way of life in a home, an environment in which masculine feminine face all the time. It is my way to finish with a bit of both.  I have an inherent resistance to the perfect, and think about when something is scuffed and avskavt. Life is, of course, the question of to live and not to be afraid of one or the other.

 

 

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Jamie Altman

We have fallen in love with Love Warriors in Sweden as they say "See With Your Heart".  Check out these stunning necklaces handmade of puca shells and these beautiful big old urns and ...enjoy!

 

 

 

 

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Jamie Altman

I love this kitchen with the Zulu and Namibian baskets on top of the cabinets.  Kerut Home carries some that are very similar here. These handmade baskets are a great way to add texture and warmth to a space.  Also their beautiful graphic patterns create a bit of drama!

 

Jesse Turek

Lifestyle Contributor and Interior Designer, NYC

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Yoko Komae's pieces.  They almost look ancient.  Sepia, earthy, organic...

 

 

Jesse Turek

Lifestyle Contributor and Interior Designer, NYC

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Jamie Altman

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Jesse Turek

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I own one of these funny little shoe repair carts and I have used it for storage in the kitchen for the most part.   It then, made its way out to the deck, during the summer for serving dinner and finally it was banished to the garage where it has stayed for the last few months, waiting for me to let it back in the house!
Please let me come back in...I'll be a good cart...I promise

 You can still find these little carts at antique shows... they are easy to clean up, easy move around and have a million uses... because they are so simple

 

These happen to be from the White Flower Farm House shop where the incredibly talented owner Lori, had a few for sale

 

This one is in Lori's kitchen and I think she bleached this rack to brighten the wood...I love it!
But I love everything she does!

 

This is an old cupboard made from recycled wood and old doors that I used in another kitchen

 

Heres a cool looking green one...

 

here is my little cart... it holds quite a bit of dish ware.. I added a decorative swag this weekend...a few left over clippings and some fruit from the tangerine trees

sending out
 good  and happy
thoughts to all...

Kelley

 

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Jamie Altman

With the return of artisanal cooking to the modern family and a gradual move away from TV dinner hit-and-runs, the farm house kitchen is a very appealing option for dining and living. A gorgeous space for preparing and eating meals, and even engaging in the occasional DIY endeavor on the smooth surface of a large farm house table, we’re reminded that “modern” doesn’t mean an absence of texture and antique-inspired style. Get your own inspiration from the kitchens below, and shop our favorite pieces for beginning the farm house transformation in your own abode.

Create your farmhouse kitchen with these perfect pieces from the Second Shout Out Marketplace.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Create your farmhouse kitchen with these perfect pieces from the Second Shout Out Marketplace.

 

Michelle Christina = Mishka

Stylist and Writer Contributor

 

 

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