Back in June I announced I was sooo excited because Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® was coming to my shop via Magnolia Lane Design. We had a wonderful summer, I learned all about the Chalk Paint®, went through training, did lots of painting myself to learn how to work with the product and as a result of falling madly in love with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®, I was blessed with the opportunity to become the Stockist in this area! So, it’s official, Cape May Antiques Inc. is now the stockist for Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®. Stephanie Granit, Magnolia Lane Design’s owner, is still in full swing at her Pt. Pleasant NJ location so be sure to stop there if you are ever in the area!
We are also selling Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® on our website in the On Line Shopping section. Please visit www.anniesloan.com to find a retailer nearest you.
Lovely antique Haviland Limoges French tea cups and saucers. The pattern is Schleiger 39E. Have you ever checked out how many Haviland Limoges patterns there are? 1,000s or more! Mind blowing how they created so much art for their porcelain!
Matching round covered tureen or casserole. Trimmed in gold, these date from around 1910 or so.
Pair of pink depression glass fluted wine glasses. Just the right size for a lovely large glass of white wine! Or red, but it might clash but who cares!
Set on a lovely antique silk, hand embroidered pink pillow case. Puff stitch pattern with blue accents in the flower centers. Thought maybe I could cheer your Monday with some pretty vintage pink!
I am a total sucker for pink and roses and vintage porcelain. Put the 2 together and LOOK OUT! Pretty vintage mustache cup and saucer, paired with a trio of large blooming roses on this cabinet plate equals pure bliss!
Gorgeous cut work or reticulated rim on the cabinet plate…aren’t these roses gorgeous?
I love my vintage glass vase filled with a combination of dried herbs and a dried peonies flower…wishing for new life in spring!
I decided to take some photos of my French Limoges table setting before I replaced it with a spring setting! I had mixed some Old Paris unmarked French soup bowls with a burgundy wine colored rim decorated with gold scroll work with a simple pink floral pattern with splashes of green. Since I had so much color with the place settings I used clear glass short beverages, great for wine!
Don’t be afraid to try something difference…the gold in both pieces of china, work very well together and really the pink and dark wine color
work well together too!
Also, I added a clear candelabra in the center to add height and some short burgundy colored votive candles! When you have a few basics, you can create varying settings with just simple changes!
Here are some pressed glass dessert bowls too with a splash of shabby chic Nippon pink floral salt and pepper shakers!
So, thanks for visiting! Let me know what you think? Chrissy
Well I started to unpack my boxes from auction today and found so many shabby chic items that work so well together that I decided to show you!
French Limoges Plates
These French Limoges antique plates are the most enchanting shade of pink to purple in tone…very rare and unusual. I just listed these on this site as well so check them out in the Shop Section, Featured on Facebook.
Just add pearls.
Pretty up close shot of the floral plates…they look dashing with this strand of vintage pearls!
Lovely creamy tan colored vintage hat shows yet a different shade of shabby chic! Let’s dress up and have a vintage tea party!
The very best shabby chic truly vintage needlepoint pillow! I will be listing this on this site very soon too….email me if you want preview photos sent to you! gorgeous!
I’ve been sprucing up my office, redesigning it into a shabby chic inspiration room as opposed to a cluttered Work Area! Ugh. So I was inspired to put this old shutter to use! I am currently using as an inspiration board of sorts.
Next to my crystal adorned table lamp, this chippy painted shutter can be used to hold items that inspire me!
Antique Post Cards
Pretty pink Valentines Day card and a child posing for a Christmas postcard, get my creative juices flowing….. in a vintage way!
Pretty needlework adorned cocktail napkins provide a pretty fabric to inspire me to use different linens for different uses!
Vintage Padded Hanger
Besides the color being yummy, the silk padded hanger provides a shabby chic context for creative displays and store concepts!
Waterfall Vintage Lamp
This vintage electric table lamp is adorned with tons of dangling prisms in a waterfall fashion with many heights, layers etc. This intricate design reminds me that depth is important when it comes to decorating and displays.
Turn on the Light
A mood is created with the turn of a switch..ahhh peaceful shabby chic!
I recently made a bunch of chalk board silver plate trays and thought this would be an adorable way to greet your kids after school!
Write Your Message Here!
Vintage Cookie Jar
Baby lamb vintage cookie jar. No markings on him but definitely vintage. Lovely creamy color made of ceramic or pottery. I had one like this but mine was painted pink and blue! I love his or her little eyes and eyelashes!
Milk in Vintage Glasses
Just the right amount of milk is poured into these footed vintage Cape Cod pattern glasses. American glassware, nice and heavy and durable for kid use!
Don’t forget the cookies!
Blue White Transferware plate
Pretty blue and white vintage transferware small plate is perfect for cookie serving!
She might remind the kids that Mom is watching! Pretty hand embroidered vintage linen, shabby chic cottage style. Brighten the day of your kids and yourself by serving their afternoon snack in vintage style!
I love the shape and style of this cabinet and want to move it into my office….any suggestions on paint color? Should I go with white, maybe a farm green, or light blue. I was even thinking black? What do you think? thanks for your input!