Weekend Finds: Charleston

To cap off a great weekend catching up with friends in my favorite city, it doesn’t get much better than browsing upper King Street for design inspo.  So, following an amazing  brunch at the Rarebit, we hit two of my favorites: Michael Mitchel and Cosa Belle.  Here are a few great finds–ignore the amateur iPhone photography…

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This pair of 1970s bunching chests at Michael Mitchel was marked down to $1600.  The lucite and brass pulls are stunning!  Together they could function as a media console or as extra storage behind a sofa.  Separate these babies would provide great storage and symmetry as nightstands flanking either side of the bed.
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Also at Michael Mitchell, this trio of tables offers great lines and my favorite combo of gold and marble.  Similar styles have been popping up all over but always at insane prices.  These were marked down to $1400 for all three–still no steal but a better deal than I’ve seen in other places.
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I’ve always loved this style of chair especially when paired with a rustic looking farm table like this.

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This one is for my boyfriend.  He was obsessed with this pair of burnt wood lamps we spied on a trip to Charleston last spring.  This one is a similar style but with punctures in the glass, pretty cool looking when you’re close up.  The iPhone camera does it no justice.

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These emerald green suede chairs we spotted at Cosa Belle are the bomb.  They need a little love to repair some worn edges but otherwise would be a great addition to add a dose of mid-century flare to traditional decor.

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