A couple of weeks ago I shared some pictures of an old solid wood cabinet that my daughter bought on her first trip to Scott's Antique Market in Atlanta. Since then it has been picked up and put in her home. I went down to her house a few days later to help her decorate it with mostly things she already had and a few new things that we went and shopped for.
This is a picture of the cabinet taken by her phone in Scott's.
Here it is in her home and filled. This is such a pretty piece of furniture. It is solid wood and has real tongue and grooved bead board on the back with adjustable shelving inside.
Here is a cabinet sold now at Pottery Barn. This is very similar to her cabinet. We saw it in person at the store and it was over $2,000, but in the catalog it is $1800. Way more than the $350 she paid for hers.
This cabinet is on a very tall wall so I grabbed this canvas of Leila off of a wall and leaned it on top to add height. The lamp was brought in from another room.
My daughter also bought this beautiful old blue seltzer bottle at Scott's. I combined it with some old bottles I wasn't using at my house to add some color on top of the cabinet.
A bunch of lavender tied with a burlap bow finishes off the display on top.
We played around with this and that to fill the inside. We picked up the white farm style pitcher at Home Goods along with a couple of other small filler pieces. Books she had in storage were added with the pages facing front. There is great hardware on this piece.
I grabbed these bottles out of a basket in her guest room that were on display.
After we went to Home Goods we popped in Pottery Barn and she bought this bowl so I placed it on top.
This picture isn't real good because of poor lighting from taking this at dark.
There was some more tweaking when we got back from shopping for some items, but it was dark and I couldn't get any good pics. I do wish thermostats could be put in a closet somewhere instead of out in the open, but I know they can't work right in a closet. Just sayin. I told her she could lean the picture over the thermostat to hide it, but they change it all the time and it would be a nuisance to move all the time. BTW she had that canvas made from a picture that I took of Leila.
I think my daughter may be hooked on Scott's now.
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