Friday, July 18, 2008

Hot Summer Finds

With all the furniture leaving the store we last week I realized I had not mentioned all the new (and returning favorites) "smalls". I snapped just a few photos of them to share with you, most are available on the website for shipping also. If it's not pictured on the website but you see it here just give us a call and we'll see what we can do.

This is one of those that tugs at me to take it home. This circa 1910 French enamelware body pitcher has a beautiful blue color and pattern. Hard to find in this condition and unusual marking.

Attention Country Living subscribers...many of you may have read the article about Comptoir de Famille in the August 2008 issue. You don't have to travel to Boston, Paris or Belgium to pick up your favorite items as we carry line at Urban Farmhouse! Above is a sweet little tray from their Brasserie collection.
Another wonderful find, a canvas Bordeaux bucket with leather handles. Lots of possibilities here, hide a vase full of water and fill with fresh wildflowers, use to caddy wine for a casual outdoor gathering, fill with your summer's shell and driftwood collections or hand towels for your guests.
Bar stool cushions, floor pillows, seat cushions, whatever your fancy these new pillows fit the bill. Fashioned with vintage hemp linen inspiration, these 100% woven cotton cushions are tufted in all the right places.
A return of an old favorite...Farmhouse Dish Soap and Liquid Hand Soap. If you have not cleaned your hand washable dishes with this dish soap you don't know what you are missing. This New Hampshire company mixes natural ingredients in small batches to harness the most intoxicating fragrances. Washing dishes turned into an aromatherapy session! Lavender, White Lilac and now Lemon Verbena.
Vintage inspired lidded salt cellars, wonderful in the kitchen or next to your margarita machine, everybody has one, right?
LOVE this!! Vintage double gear wood mold, great industrial piece for wall art, tabletop, or make in to a lamp.
Sweet little cast iron wall pockets for indoors or out.
Burlap market tote with French graphic, an accessory that looks great and works even harder.
Cast iron pedestals with a wonderful old lead look. I use mine to serve a rustic, savory appetizer cheesecake, the pedestal adds a little drama to the table.

1 comment:

Kasey said...

Don't you just love the Farmhouse products!! I especially love the spring chicken rub...
love it.