Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Antique radiator ... didn't last in the store but a day!

Just wanted to post a few pictures of a lovely antique radiator that sat on the shop floor for less than a day before being purchased.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Decorative Bird Cages from Brissonte

Bird cages, sans birds, are becoming quite popular in home decor these days. Brissonte's been collecting antique bird cages for awhile now and we'd like to show you what we have as well as how others are using bird cages as accent pieces. The first 5 bird cages are at Brissonte' in Lawrence. Also included some pictures from a few other blogs highlighting bird cage decor.


This picture below was featured in a fabulous post by Boston's own Marni Katz over at StyleCarrot.

Definitely check out Marni's post on this.

The above picture was on PointClickHome:

Recently, we’ve been seeing birdcages just about everywhere. No longer just a decorative accessory or home for a feathered friend, birdcages are being turned into pieces for a host of other functions. And one of our latest favorites is this chic birdcage pillar holder. At an impressive 31″ tall, this is a dramatic piece for a table centerpiece and a great way to add height and visual interest to a basic console.

Bird Cage Pillar Holder, $31;

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Check out a new magazine, online called LONNY

Hey there, check out this new magazine online called Lonny, these lovely images came from the home of textile designer Caroline Irving. Many of the homeowners profiled profess to be flea market aficionados.