First stop: The Barn Show
Fashioned in a cool looking horse barn (lucky for me no horses) they had a mix of old an new
I basically got on the floor and hugged this chest goodbye because I was so devastated to leave it behind. Someone please buy it and invite me over for playdates.
This vintage highchair was in such good condition and just needed a fresh coat of paint. No pooh bear here.
Next up was Chartreuse & Co. which is actually a collection of 3 barns all on the same property. I could basically die and go to heaven and heaven would look exactly like this.
The first 2 barns are salvaged and not-refinished pieces for AMAZING prices. I saw chairs for $7, old doors for $12. All need work, but great finds. The largest barn is a combination of refurbished pieces and new pieces.
I loved the detailed backs on this set of chairs. Sadly, they were already in someone else's sold pile.
This secretary haunts my dreams with its amazingness. Priced under $100, I'm kicking myself for not scooping it up. I would swap out those red pulls for some brushed gold and stock it to the brim with fantastic stationary.
Almost as cool as the green chest at the last barn, these individual baskets would be storage saviors in a loft.
I found this fabulous fur wrap for such a good price it would have been a crime not to take it home with me. The matching hat is going to be transformed into something else, because I look like a ridiculous Russian school marm in it. My lovely fur made it's grand debut last night at the Oscar's gala...to many smashing compliments. Mostly from myself to myself in the mirror.
I also couldn't resist this beautiful gravy boat (cue secondary life motto) in a fairly rare pattern (Queens' Solid Green). I'm going to start piecing together a set for myself from ebay.