Antiques and Mirrors

I'm telling you, shopping sure wears a girl out! I have been on the hunt for some antiques for one of my clients. Atlanta has no shortage of great places to look for hidden treasures.

This is a Queen Ann Oyster Burl Walnut chest with bun feet, circa 1780. The wood is just gorgeous and is in unbelievable shape for how long she's been around. 

This is the younger sister...circa 1840.
I found this and the one below in 2 different places, definitely same vintage. 
Louis XVI, early 1900's.

Don't you just love those cords....not. 
Even though a display, I would have done something with them.

18th century Rococo gilded wrought iron, early 20th century.
Isn't she lovely?
Louis XV, circa 1840.
Wood gilt, 19th century. I love mirrors. My design partner asked how many mirrors I wanted to use.  The living room and dining room are small, mirrors create a great illusion of 'larger'!
Not antique, but a purdy one.
I like to make sure all of the bedrooms I decorate have a good (long if possible) mirror so that guests can get a full view when getting dressed. 
Distressed wood, reproduction.
This isn't for client but thought these were so much fun.  
I think my kids in Washington state would like them!  
Wood or iron.



  1. super cool puzzle pieces....
    i love all the mirrors.
    AND>>>>the 1st image of teh gorgeous chest.
    super finds!


  2. As you well know any mirror will give your room a feeling of light and space. All our Antique Mirrors are original but to work with the modern interior we are able to give you the more shabby chic finish. These mirrors are now available in a reasonable price.

  3. i am in love with all the mirrors. I am on a hunt for a great looking mirror for my entry way.

  4. We would have so much fun shopping together, although based on all these beauties you found, I'd probably go broke!


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