I treated me, myself, and I to a field trip today,
Destination: Home Emporium.
Stores with unique, rotating inventory are a hot spot for home decorators and designers.
You never know what you’ll find!
Copper seemed to pull my interest today and this store was full of interesting items!
This copper high bar stool was sleek and comfortable.
Pair the stools with this salvaged wood high-bar table and your patio would be set for an evening with friends.
The heart skipped a beat when I saw these railroad tie framed mirrors!
I want to put one horizontally in my dining room, though I’m not sure my wall won’t come crashing down.
Talk about heavy!
This teak wood round mirror is so unique and stands 5 feet tall!
Wouldn’t this railroad cart make a great coffee table? Talk about a conversation piece!
This table was a steal for $400, and is similar to a Restoration Hardware table I’ve been coveting .
The distressed texture of the table top gives it a casual quality.
If you are in the market for ginormous salvaged, carved teak doors then this is the place to be!
Or perhaps you have plenty of room to accommodate this beautiful solid cherry 9 foot high library!
Imagine this solid top farmhouse table filled with friends and family. Seating for 14 anyone?
Anyone need some cheap bamboo blinds or teak root bowls?
This is sapia wood. I’m not sure exactly how I’d use it, but isn’t is fun to look at!
Liana wood came in natural and dark gray.
Cut to the right lengths, and this would make for a creative, natural window treatment rod.
I adore this replica of a vintage wine rack stand.
There were tons of baskets and an assortment of mantels throughout.
Baskets and birdcages.
I did purchase a clear glass buoy. Some even had the rope marks on them still!
The fleur de lis door stops were nice, but the row of animal horns and tusks completely creeped me out.
Walk quickly….walk quickly.
I had a private moment with all these copper sinks, feeling the hammered texture.
Yes, I’m in LOVE…
Due to time constraints I was only able to tour 1/3 of the store! I’ll be headed back to Home Emporium soon.
Thanks for coming along on my field trip and looking at my fab finds!
Which items do you love?
Which do you think I should go back and purchase?