It’s that time of year again– Brimfield Antique Show is in full swing! I spent yesterday trawling the market, searching for one-of-a-kind pieces for my clients; I did end up finding a cute vintage side table and brass vanity stool for one of my clients in Brooklyn. I will post photos as soon as I get the pieces to her space!
But in the meantime, I wanted to share a few highlights from the rest of the show. This year’s selection was much more enticing than last year’s. Brimfield runs through May 17th, so be sure to check it out if you’re in New England!
A bevy of Gustavian Mora clocks.
Left: stone ram head wall hanging. Right: A signed Lee Reynolds mid-century painting of the Brooklyn Bridge and New York skyline.
Papier–mâché animals and wall hangings.
A vignette of retro mid-century clocks and industrial light fixtures.
Moroccan rugs and throw pillows paired with a mid-century pendant light!
Love these chairs! They would make a killer dining room set!
For the native Bostonians, like yours truly!
I have always wondered what those clocks were called!