Manhattan Vintage Show - Come Meet us in NYC!
We could not be more excited to be a part of our first ever vintage show experience in a couple of weeks! January 17th + 18th -- we will be at booth #44 with a small never before seen vintage clothing collection as well as lots of our ONH shop vintage textiles (rugs) + other lovelies - with the specific collection availabile for pre-viewing here (there will be some new items, mainly rugs, as well!)
If you come to see us at the show + simply mention the website, we will have a little gift for you, will give you an instant 20% off of anything in the booth AND we will even credit your admission towards a purchase -- so buy your tickets here + come on down! Can't wait to meet you! And although the beautiful model below will not be there (we don't think) some majorly awesome vintage fashion will be -- including one of our favorite pieces that indeed has black sequins galore.
& Just one of our beautiful antique rugs we will be bringing:
Also, we are taking special requests if there is anything from our shop that you would like us to bring down so that you will have an opportunity to view it in person before purchasing. Just e-mail us at md at oldnewhouse.com and let us know when you plan on attending + the item of interest.
See you there!
Planning for our Gallery Wall
It is tough work planning for a gallery wall -- at least it is if you've never done it before and have a million other things to do in life (hello, having a baby to entertain all day long)! But where there is a challenge, there is something exciting.
The planning process is always my favorite and in looking at our ultra empty wall, for the last week I have begun to envision all of the different arrangements and possibilities just waiting to be toyed with. To me vintage art is pretty darn cool because it is often one-of-a-kind and unique. I like the idea of starting in the center with a really special old piece and then working around it with whatever else feels right. But really, where do I begin? I guess where it feels the most reliable in the most non-committal way -- Pinterest of course.
So step one of my gallery wall expedition is complete -- I have officially looked around for the colors, themes + images I am drawn to and now here comes sourcing the actual pieces I definitely want to go with. Then comes frames and then one day no blank wall! Stay tuned!