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Monday, October 14, 2013

Oui Oui Paris

 Dear Friends,

Oh how we love a little sparkle. Sweet Salvage's French Market would not be complete without a little Parisian flair. Contrasting black and white dance amongst radiant gold. Sparkling chandeliers illuminate vignettes designed for the mademoiselle in all of us. Feminine, beautiful, romantic and elegant; the essence of Parisian living has been captured this month, perfectly. Let's take a little stroll through a few pictures.

Yes dears, that is an amazing stack of antiques collar boxes complete with original collars, WOW! How about that incredible vintage ribbon?
The possibilities are endless as the holiday's approach.

Hard to see but the brass letters say Paris. They are from a Parisian printing
 set which is complete with all the alphabet. How fun is that?

Yes, I will take a little rest here. Curl up with a good book. 
Day dream a little. Magnificent!

Glove forms are all the rage right now and Sweet Salvage has them 
just for you. Perfect for displaying your favorite jewelry.

The Pairs Flea Market Style book will be available at Sweet Salvage
and can be signed by the fabulous author Claudia Strasser Thursday morning. 
A must have!

A beautiful example of the diverse collection of incredible chandeliers this month.

Loving this French Market sign. What a great addition to any French décor.

This vignette is so charming. Check out the beautiful ladies binoculars. Opera anyone?

Sparkle! Sparkle! Sparkle! But of course.

Last but not least my favorite, the Parisian Flower Market. Complete with 
black and white awnings, fresh blooms and oodles of garden inspiration. Love.

Happy Monday Friends,

1 comment:

Rita C at Panoply said...

Just found your blog via Claudia's post in the Paris Apt and am now your newest follower! Love your shop and all the spaces. Although I am in WV (the northern most southern state, and southern most northern state!), I would definitely visit your shop if I get to AZ again. Meanwhile, I'll visit via the blog. If you're so inclined, come visit my ventures at