Today’s post is very photo orientated. We just thought that we’d share a few images of how our two ever-changing spaces are looking at the moment. We’ve had some quite serious illness in the family over the last few months – both human and canine – which really has required lots of our attention and time. We’ve managed to keep on top of the blog, but we’d be the first to admit that our internet Shop has suffered a bit. We’ve relied on these ‘physical worlds’ for selling most of our stuff of late.
Our original pitch still has its vintage feel. In fact, one Wall looks like an old grocery store at the moment with its brushes, soap, polish and old tins!
There’s a nice Ladderax unit to another wall. We actually had seven of these! We’ve kept one for our house and have sold five in a few weeks – this being the last one remaining. It’s not surprising, as they’re such a fabulous design. They look great with their simple, mid century modern styling – and are so flexible in terms of where you position the shelves and cupboards – they’re easy to erect or move too.
Elsewhere is the usual mix of furniture, crockery, artwork, fabric, lamps and so on.
We’ve had some interesting chairs this month such as this lovely 1960s wicker hanging model.
Also, this 1950s red leatherette tilt back armchair. We’ve not established the designer as yet, but it really does have the look of Ernest Race about it.
And how about this fabulous plastic weave chair in purple? It’s in great condition and the first time we’ve had one in this colourway.
In fact, there’s no shortage of eye-popping colour wherever you look at the moment!
Our second shop space across the road has a slightly different look. Traditional antiques rub shoulders with mid century modern. It’s a bit more edited and pieces are given a bit more space to breathe.
We love these much earlier pieces and have objects that date from the 16th to the 19th century. They have such character and history.
It’s not always easy mixing such divergent periods and styles, but we have a very eclectic mix in our own house – so a shop space offering the same range of items was irresistible. There’s only one thing left for the customer to do – decide what fits in their own home – and what works well together for them!
You’ll spy another one of those Ladderax units – a very dinky, cute little one this time (just sold). It’s currently displaying an assortment of lovely sculptural glass and the classic Cylinda Line tea set designed by Arme Jacobsen.
And just to prove that this place really does span eras, sitting against the same wall is an oak gate-leg table dating from about 1680. Vintage industrial storage rack and printing blocks atop. Also, a very sweet 18th century oak spoon rack on the wall – and a couple of framed silhouettes which we love. They look great against dark grey walls! The original vintage TWA travel poster dates from the 1960s and was designed by David Klein.
Here are a few more images so that you can have your own little virtual browse. Any questions, feel free to ask. And of course, if you’re ever near Todmorden – drop in!
…and fear not internet browsers – we’re back on the case now and will be photographing & listing some lovely postable items for the web shop this week.
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