I've been to the Randolph Street Market before, but Saturday was the first time I was able to bring my camera and really take the time to snap some photos of things I was drawn to. Recently, I've mostly been looking for things to decorate my apartment, and found myself attracted to ornate wall hangings, interesting coffee table items and knick-knacks to decorate various shelves and table top areas in my apartment.
Three wise men?
I'm loving sconces, especially these ones against this modern, minimalist chair. And who doesn't want/need the box of fish behind it?
Pretty collection of glass dishes, perhaps ice cream dishes?
Love the blue Ball jars.
More sconces. My mom has a pair like this in her house that she places ever-changing nick-knacks on.
Been thinking of hanging a collection of mismatched picture frames on my walls.
Thought this was really cool! I'd put it outside my house (if I owned a house...)
Flowers are always pretty. I also love the iron, corner shelving unit, the small chandelier-style lamp behind it and the colorful vase to the right!
Having a space all my own has been both thrilling and exhausting: I'm in control of my destiny(!), but how on earth do I decorate the place?(!)? On my first trip to the Randolph Street Market in June I bought these three pieces to hang vertically in my room:
They are tin ceiling panels from the 20's that are mounted on simple wooden frames and given a rustic-looking wash to make the details pop. I absolutely love them! (These pictures are not the greatest though, I need to retake pictures during the day with natural light to make them look less yellow)