A Weekend Trip: Part 1

This past weekend Michael and I went on a road trip through 5 states in 5 days!  We drove up to Atlanta last Thursday & made a trip to Scott's Antique Market on Friday morning.  I have been dying to make a visit to Scott's and it was just as great as I expected.  The only thing that would have made it better, would have been some more cash in my pocket.  I could have gone crazy buying things for our home.  Everything has such character and all of the furniture is so well built.  I only made one purchase; a series of egg and nest prints.  I splurged on the nests, but the eggs were only $15 a piece.  I was originally planning on framing them and using them in one of the bathrooms, but the colors look amazing in our master bedroom.

I felt so inspired as I walked around and browsed at all of the amazing prints, lighting, furniture and accessories.  Here are just a few things that caught my eye...

These letters made with old ceiling tiles would be perfect for a rustic wedding, and then used in the couples home for decor.  

This old industrial cart turned bar cart is fabulous!!! Michael and I have several of these carts we are refinishing and selling.  Since we do not have space in our house we are considering making one of these and renting it for events and weddings.  It would make a unique bar, dessert table or gift table.

I loved this booth and their amazing table scape.  I have a love for boxwoods and these made my heard beat just a little bit faster.

These reindeer made out of logs and sticks are just so adorable.  Im crossing my fingers that Michael will make me one or two before the holidays.

These pictures barely capture how amazing Scott's it, so if you live in Atlanta or happen to be passing through the second weekend of the month make sure you stop in.

1 comment:

  1. My parents have those log reindeer! We have a big one and a small one, and they have little bows on them too. We've had them as long as I've been alive; they always make their debut sometimes after Thanksgiving. And apparently they last a while! You should definitely get Michael to make you some. We usually put ours by the fireplace...but not too close. ;)