Antique chair from Brownstone Treasures; Dresser from The Invisible Dog; Aloe plant and pot from GRDN.
Antique vase; flowers from Union Market.
Rebecca Minkoff bag; Anthropologie candle; vintage sewing desk, wine rack and trunks.
Ikea lamp; Jewish museum frame; Vintage desk, chair, frames.
Vintage milk crates (stained and now stacked as a book case); Antique travel clock.
Vintage records in vintage milk crate (So stereotypical Brooklyn, huh?).
“WC” letters from Urban Outfitters.
Photo of unknown relative; Candle from One Kings Lane; pottery by Jim & LaLa Howard; Peacock Feathers from M&J Trimming.
Antique armoire and some trunks from Brownstone Treasures.
Pottery by Jim & Lala Howard.
Coffee table found on the street and restored/painted by yours truly; 1930’s setee; Antropologie pillows on left; Urban Outfitters pillow on right (similar online); antique mercury glass tea light candle holders, tray, table and camera.
Antique bottles from Bob & Judi’s Coolectibles.
I apologize for my lack of style candy lately, but I didn’t want to leave you hanging. I recently styled a shoot for etc.. modern-vintage jewelry at my own apartment (pics to come soon!), which got turned upside for the shoot and turned into a photo studio.
In the midst of putting everything back together, joining my new favorite way of wasting time: Pinterest, and being away so much lately, I realized how much I love home.
I’ve turned my rental apartment that was once what I love to call “70’s Chalet Chic” due to the previous owner’s love for crazy wooden everything from sculptural walls to cabinets, into an eclectic mix of flea market finds and crafty touches, mixed with a bit of modern flair.
Kind of like my own style—with a lot more color!
I hope these images give you inspiration. Please tag Dear Andi if you post to Pinterest or any other site.