linda horsley antiques

Let's continue with the somewhat crazed updating of my family room, shall we? As I shared in this post, Trace Mayer was only the beginning... then in this post, the design fury continued at Rousset Antiques. Next, was Spurgeon Lewis Antiques in Alexandria, from this post.

Today, we visit Linda Horsley Antiques, in Atlanta, GA. Oddly enough, I've been to Atlanta several times, and done extensive antique shopping, and I don't think I've ever been in this shop. It will be a top priority next time I'm in town, without a doubt!

So, what drew me into this online shop, through 1st Dibs, was this table...

I literally think it's the most charming kitchen table I've ever seen! My husband wonders about those stretchers across the bottom... will they be cumbersome? I could care less... but he is much more practical and other annoying things... (I jest, I love his guts...)

Then, when I searched the website for more tables, I found this one... not for a kitchen table, but oh my, isn't it lovely?

to lighting,

Except upon further examination, how could I not see the incredible possibility of this pair of lamps on the hutch in my family room?

Extremely charming, yes? Um, yes.

I actually thought the lampshades they came with, although they were extremely well-made, had a modern feel... so I totally copied straight from the latest Charles Faudree book, Details, and had lampshades made out of this adorable Vervain 'Charles Faudree' fabric... (one of the very same fabrics that will be featured on my kitchen chairs!)


and this stunner... wow!

Love this enchanting painting...

(remember my wall space conundrum?)

If you like what you see here, just click on the banner to find more... Total and complete beauty awaits you!

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