Sunday, March 28, 2010

Happy Easter to All you Chicks out there!

I have been busy adding new items this past week including a pretty shabby cream dresser with a matching dressing table with three sectioned mirror!  Take a look below for some of the new pieces and take a gander at all the Easter goodies throughout the store.
See you all at Reminisce!


Friday, March 19, 2010

Friday, March 12, 2010

Addition of Old Windows/Doors/Railings

I brought in a selection of cool old doors, some additional windows and two old shabby white 8 foot railings which can be found in the 1OAK Architectural Nook just around the corner from the main space.  Pictures will follow.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010


I just brought in some new items and filled up my architectural nook with some old windows.  I intend to bring in even more stuff for the nook in the coming days.  In the main space on Treasure Alley there is a large verdigris bird cage that would make a great garden center piece!  See the neat shabby white/green five legged table and a hand painted cupboard.  If you haven't been to Reminisce yet, you are in for a fun experience.  See you there!

Just a sample of the architectural nook goodies.


Tuesday, March 2, 2010



A friend of mine has a darling painted vintage vanity with large mirror and a matching nightstand that she needs to sell this week as she is moving from a space at Reminisce.  It would be wonderful in a little girl's room.  There is some veneer damage but it does not affect it's charm.  The first $100 takes it! See it at Reminisce, 14th and Pine, Paso.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Looking forward to Spring

I don't know about you, but I am a fair weather person and I am looking forward to some clear skys and warmer temperatures in the near future.  Today I brought in two iron table bottoms that at one time had glass tops.  They are unique in that they have flat scrolled iron shelves below the top and would make wonderful potted plant holders.  I can see them painted up in teal green with a whole mess of potted red geraniums!  The smaller one would make an ideal stand for an oval beverage bucket.  Check them out at the architectural nook just off Treasure Alley at Reminisce.