Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Antiquity the Way it is Meant to Be

the elegance & refinement of perfect organization,
coupled with a piece of fine furniture which has been kept in excellent condition
throughout it's long life
have created the most beautiful focal point, haven't they?

& btw, for me, that paint is a perfect color, 
but I would have made it high gloss
'cause I'm a high-gloss kind of girl.



zanetastyle said...

Hello Marsha! As always you have an eye for treasures(:
Hugs z

YONKS said...

I love the collection of Victorian copper lustre jugs. Exquisite Marsha :-)

Victoria said...

Lovely. Definitely my style even down to the paint color, but I must say I am disappointed your lovely images cannot be pinned.

The Permanent Tourist said...

I love this....just my style....I do agree about the high gloss paint, however!

La Petite Gallery said...

Marsha, I too am a high gloss person.
That is a gorgeous desk.. Hope you are
doing fine. We are expecting a guest
so I have to freshen up the room and cook a lemon pie.
wish you were close, you could come for coffee and pie.

Veronica Roth said...

That wood grain is so beautiful Marsha. I never understand why some people paint things like this shabby chic white, (although that style is lovely too). Maybe it's because I have so much wood grained antique furniture in this house. Those lusterware jugs really enhance the warmth of the furniture, don't they? :)

Sandy at You May Be Wandering said...

That is a gorgeous secretary!!! And I love how it is styled. Thanks for sharing! xoxo