We all have spaces in our homes that could use a refresh—a corner in need of some attention or hall that could stand some sprucing. One of our favorite ways to add interest and personality to a space is to create a curated display of favorite finds; books, objects, and art collected in an antique cupboard, breakfront, or bookcase that provides a place to constantly add to or adjust, mixing in antique, found, and new pieces as inspiration strikes. Inspired by the above image of a project by Dallas, Texas-based interior designer Amy Berry, we’ve selected a few items from throughout the TSG network that will breathe new life into an area, from unique case pieces to an assortment of eclectic accessories.
Unique Case Pieces
- Gustavian cabinet available from Faustina Pace Antiques in Palm Beach, Florida.
- Fine Louis XV Walnut Bureau Bookcase with arched carved cornice, glass panel doors, and pierced apron available from William Word Fine Antiques in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Antique English pine breakfront bookcase available from Gerrie Bremermann in New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Original 1970s inkless encaustic in antique Italian silverleaf frame available from Nancy Price in Jackson, Mississippi.
- Jennifer Giraffe from Charlotte, North Carolina-based Elizabeth Bruns. For details: 704.365.3700.
- Set of two decorative carved balls in bone available from William Word Fine Antiques in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Chinese export silver five-piece tea service as seen on the Instagram of Towson, Maryland-based Alex Cooper Auctioneers.
- William Spratling sterling silver and wooden box with inlaid turquoise available from D. Brett Benson in Palm Beach, Florida.
- 18th C. Dutch Delft plaque available from Caroline Faison Antiques in Greensboro, North Carolina.
- Oriental vase available from Blue Moon Antiques in Palm Beach, Florida.
- Antique stair model available from Revival in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
- Studded Box circa 1760 available from Circa Interiors & Antiques in Charlotte, North Carolina.
- Antique Ironstone milk pitchers available from Faustina Pace Antiques in Palm Beach, Florida.