Thursday, January 9, 2014

Out With the Old {For Sale}

I firmly believe that, in order to move forward, it's important to start with a clean slate. In that vein, I've got several items I'm selling to make way for things that I won't be able to live without.

So, here's to clean slates. Maybe you'll find something you like!

Vintage down loveseat in G.P. & J. Baker chinoiserie fabric ($175):
Bought at an estate sale in Devon last year, I intended to reupholster this piece but I'm confident I won't get around it to...hence it's sale!
-a very solid piece covered it vintage G.P. & J. Baker chinoiserie-print linen fabric
-stylish, fully fully-upholstered legs (underneath the skirt)
-measures 60" long x 29" deep x 32" tall x 22" seat depth
Dash & Albert blue/white striped "Staffordshire" cotton rug, 6' x 9' ($85):
-6' x 9' size, originally retailed for $225
-in very good shape, with minimal wear
Vintage woven XL round basket/side table ($35):
-can serve many purposes, i.e. a basket for blankets, a cachepot for plants or a side table
-measures 18" at the widest point, 15" at the narrowest point and 17" tall
West Elm Jute Boucle Rug in Flax, 5' x 8' ($85):
-5' x 8' size, flax colorway
-in excellent shape, hardly even walked on
Rubie Green chevron arm chair upholstered by Chairloom ($250):
Originally appeared in our red and blue bedroom.
-vintage chair reupholstered in Rubie Green's "East Village" chevron pattern
-upholstered by Chairloom
-excellent, like new condition
-measures: 23" long x 20" deep x 30" tall
Pair of vintage scalloped-trim embroidered "Mr & Mrs" pillowcases ($45):
Used in our (former) red and blue bedroom.
-vintage, scalloped embroidered trim and  "Mr & Mrs" embroidery on each pillowcase
-both ends of these pillowcases are open, and pillows slide into the cases
-minor wear to embroidered trim and a very small hole near the "Mr" embroidery on one case
-measure 25" long x 15.5" wide
If you're local, we can plan a time for you to come by and see/pick up anything here! If you're not local, email me if you're interested anyway. Perhaps we can coordinate something!

Thanks, everyone.


  1. The things you're ready to let of of will be somebody's needed piece. Good for you - I should do this more!

  2. Gosh, those are some great pieces Ashley! BTW, I liked your 'resolutions' post and it made me reconsider my 'decorating' resolutions - I suffer from trying to fit 5lbs of flour in a 1lb bag too. Anyway, if I lived close by, I would swoop by and pick up your sofa!! Gorgeous lines and while I would reupholster it, I could definitely live with the current fabric. It speaks to my inner granny! :)

    1. Thanks, Fran, I'm glad you liked the post and I'm glad I'm not the only one trying to be efficient without expecting the unrealistic.

      And there's nothing wrong with a little inner Granny! I love the loveseat, too, I just know it's still to hold onto it for too long without doing anything to it. It would be a shame, huh?

  3. Oh, such good stuff! I love that loveseat. Like Fran, I would keep the upholstery because I think it could look amazing in a lot of different settings. Very English country house chic!

    1. I totally agree--there's something very British and aristocratic but rumpled and relaxed about it.

  4. I hope these fabulous pieces find great homes! I love the vintage G.P. & J. Baker Chinoiserie fabric!!

  5. I would have taken the loveseat if I hadn't already purchased one last year - I love that piece and tiny bit obsessed with the great fabric.

  6. very cute things. I'd say there are a few I'd like, but I have the same bunch of stuff to get rid of..working on my CLEAN SLATE! xo Nancy


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