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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

A New Favorite Shop

I want to take a moment and thank you all for shopping my vintage wares and for all the encouraging comments you sent my way regarding my new shop!  In all honestly, I was actually quite nervous to step into this venture and wondering how well received it would be, but you have all blown me away with your kindness!  Most has already been sold and I am furiously photographing new treasures to restock the shelves very soon.  In case you missed it, please *Click Here* to check out what is still available for purchase.




 In the meantime, I would like to share with you one of my new favorite shops!  Jennifer from Chalk Farm Home has amazing taste and sells the most delightful flea market finds and vintage French wares.  In fact, her style so mirrors mine that I can never leave there empty-handed!  She found these vintage French bistro wine carafes in Paris and I just adore them!  See the enameled number tags wrapped around each one?  They are numbered for each particular table of the bistro.  Ooh-la-la!         



They fit perfectly in my vintage french water-glass carrier.  I added a few green mums to bring some color to my coffee table.  Nothing like fresh flowers to brighten any room and add a touch of Spring indoors (because it sure doesn't look like Spring outdoors here!) 




The good news is Jennifer still has a couple of these vintage french carafes left in her Etsy shop, but you better act quick!  Once these one-of-a-kind vintage carafes are gone, they're gone!




I can guarantee that this won't be the last time you see one of Jennifer's finds in my decor!  Thank you again, Jennifer!




On another note, I have again the great privilege of being a contributor in Heather's fabulous e-zine, Homebound!  The Spring Edition comes out in less than a week, and I will let you know as soon as it is here!






Well, I better go for now as I have lots to catch up on and I hope to get my shop restocked very soon!  Thank you all again from the bottom of my heart!  I can't do any of this without you!




Maria ~Rusty Hinge




10 comments:

  1. Maria,
    It does not surprise me you have to restock so quickly your treasures are wonderful. Thanks for restocking I can't wait to see what you have up next. Also thanks for sharing Jennifer and her shop. Love love love those french bottles with the numbers. Adorable. I am hoping over to her Etsy shop now.
    Kris

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  2. Oh I love the carafes Maria. And your beautiful photos of them!

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  3. Hello Maria!
    All is so beautiful. ....
    Unfortunately you' re so far away from me!
    I wish you great success and a lot of fun!
    With love, Geli

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  4. The carafes are so sweet, Maria! And thanks for the link to Jennifer's shop, I'll go have a peek. Congratulations on being a contributor to the e~zine, that's so exciting,. Good for you! :)

    XO,
    Jane

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  5. Thank you so much for this wonderful post about my shop, I'm so flattered! Your photographs are beautiful as always.

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  6. Just gorgeous. I love the crate and the carafes are lovely. Nice post- xo Diana

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  7. Beautiful decor for spring! It is still snowing as I write this but this post just brightened my day! I really need to get to my Easter decor... I'm a little behind :)

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  8. hello,
    Thank you so much for posted valueable, and nice flower photos..
    vloeren

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  9. Maria, your post is really lovely and the pics are so gorgeous :-) It is so nice you mentioned Jennifers shop. Both of you have amazing taste... Alexandra

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Love,
Maria

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