Around Town -- Fabulous Accessories, Greek Key Chairs, Campaign Chest, Acrylic Table

1.03.2012

Such gorgeousness available in Dallas.  I'm just sharing a tiny fraction today.





The photos above are all from Rutherford's.  I went in recently to buy some ribbon and had to take pics.  The contrast of the white (curtains and rug background) with the cobalt blue was to die for.  And the Greek Key trim.  So amazing.  The lucite lamp and ikat pillows also caught my eye.


Rutherford's again.  I love the pillows and these gold ottomans are fun!


At Antiques Moderne.  James Mont style Greek key chairs.  They have a pair of arm chairs and 4 side chairs.  I'd like them all in high gloss white.


Fun oval mirror at Antiques Moderne

         

  

1960s acrylic and metal table from Antiques Modern



1960s Chippendale dining table by Century at Antiques Moderne.  I want this in high gloss white, too.


1960s Richard Schultz for Knoll at Antiques Moderne


Campaign chest by Drexel at Antiques Moderne.  Two of these please in high gloss emerald green.


What do you think?  See anything you like?
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6 comments :

Vickie H. said...

Oh my! I live here in Dallas and you just reminded me that I have a credit at Rutherford's that I need to use!!! Uh oh...!!! I love the greek key trim on the leading edge of those drapes. Also, love that set of chairs! I am not familiar with the antique store you are referencing....clearly I need to go there! Thank you!!!

Tiffany said...

I am really loving that greek key. I'm going to have to work it somewhere in the house.
Also wondering why my city is so suckie! No stores like that where I live. Boo!

My Crafty Home-Life said...

I wish I lived in Dallas!

Susie @ Maddie's Nest said...

Last time I was in Blueprint they had a very similar table in high gloss white. I wanted to buy it and still think about it....

Landon @ The Gilded Stag said...

I love the Greek Key trim on the draperies!

Mini Mutt said...

Those greek key chairs aren't James Mont, and they aren't Paul Frankl (another popular attribution) they are from Thomasville. If you search for "greek key chairs" you will find them in all sorts of colors as people have redone them. Based on what I've seen I believe they originally came in limed white oak or in a dark stain. I have the table with the Thomasville on the bottom and two unpainted table leaves in the limed oak. Posting here because I see them getting passed off as other things for thousands of dollars but if you look at garage sales and flea markets you can find them for less than $200 for table and chairs.

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