Best of Atlanta: Scott Antique Market, Shopping Trip Part II

For the love of Interior Design, I just cannot get enough of this place! For me, there's nothing that gets the inspiration wheels churning like a good ole treasure hunting trip. Of course, it's no fun when you find everything BUT what you are looking for (which in my case was a fabulous pair of lounge chairs), but it was still a great trip!

Now, if you will excuse me I will let the pictures do the talking:

These we sold:

campaign side table:

Lot's of beautiful sideboard's: 

This handsome devil would make an amazing powder bath vanity:

I am calling it "sainted glass" painting:

This Lucite table was so fab, would make a glam office desk (see insp below):

Lucite desk inspiration:

Statement Mirror:

I don't know why I loved this urn, it was over $600 and weighed a metric I am guessing it's probably still sitting there:

Solid brass. The dealer said this was some sort of ship engine gear (sure, sounds good enough to me):

Couldn't resist these 10 lb solid brass letters:

Vintage chandeliers with wire baskets...I feel a knock off coming on:

Lot's of lamps:

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Brass Hardware:

Coral in Antique Frames:

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Handmade shell mirror. Yes, yes and yes.

Floor lamps, probably some of my fav from the show:

Hello Anthropologie, initials cut out of books:

I am absolutely collecting sterling silver napkin rings and that's that. I am sure thousands of other people are too, but I am obsessed:

Gear sculpture:

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Picture does not do this rug justice:

I was so surprised that this was the only malachite piece I found, but isn't it great?

Malachite + brass + white + black:

I am dying over this black and white malachite wallpaper:

Screen Print Press turned lamp:

You know I am in my burl wood phase:

Buoy lamp:

Gorgeous handmade hand towels:

Cushion Lucite bench:

Love the numbered drawers:

Oh, you better believe it, obsessed with this guy:

Seen it, still like it:


Got em:

We loooove these:



Happy Hunting,