Saturday, March 17, 2012

Poking around



It's been awhile since I've been to some of my favorite treasure hunting spots...


Totem Man in need of a nose job


An old oak ice box with the most fabulous painted green interior!
 


 Hula Hoops



A killer candidate for a bar cart makeover!


Incredible doors and bookcases from a Buddhist Monastery




 A sleek modern coffee table


A trunk on a very interesting stand


I'm so attracted to the color green lately which drew me over to this antique turntable.

 

Too bad this large antler was broken.


 I think this is Napoleon.
I love him!
I'm not sure if he is for sale though...


 This one just goes to prove you never know what you'll find at these places!


A great old canteen
 

 And last but not least...


  this pair of huge AMAZING pinecone frames or trays, I'm not exactly sure what they are but I am quite sure of what they will become...

A fabulous pair of mirrors!

 




9 comments:

Kathysue said...

Always fun to see things thru your eyes! Happy St. Patricks day! ♣
xo Kathysue

classic • casual • home said...

You've got me wanting to run around to a few consignment stores that I haven't been to in a while.

Design is... All in the Detail said...

I LOVE digging for treasures too! Hope you have a great weekend! Jalon

Debra Hall said...

Thank you for your feast for the eyes!! The pinecone pieces are 2 die 4! You have an amazing eye girl :) Happy St.Patty's Day...xo

nanditark said...

THE FRAME IS SO AMAZING .. IT CAN BE PUT AROUND A MIRROR TOO... LOVE THE STUFF !!!

Acquired Objects said...

I love it when you poke around Terri because then we get to see some wonderful things. Now stop poking and go back and get that fabulous long cupboard up above it would look great painted black!

Enjoy your Sunday!

XX
Debra~

Barbara Bussey {The Treasured Home} said...

We have got to get together soon, for some treasure hunting!

Angie said...

That hutch is AMAZING!!!!

Anonymous said...

are you going to say the name of this favorite spot? i'm in the bay area too and would love to add it to my menu of places to check out!