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Vintage Table

November 2014
Vintage Table
Stylish gal Hollie Wood doesn’t need to spend a lot of money to create an elegant look. In fact, she works hard to source vintage items over brand-new pieces because she loves décor with a history—and she knows buying used is gentler on the environment. Shopping exclusively at local secondhand stores and antique malls, Wood dreamed up this stately look for the Thanksgiving table, and our editors picked a few new (but retro-inspired!) items to round out her selections

Gilt place card holders, $12 for set of six, found at Six Mile Antique Mall
Custom place cards, flat or letterpress, price upon request, at Mac & Murphy


 

 

English four-light chandelier, antique burnished brass, $735, at Circa Lighting


Oyster grey monogram napkins, $6 each, found at Coastal Carolina Flea Market


 

 

Smoked cordial glasses, $28 for set of six, found at Animal Helpers ReTAIL Resale


 

 

 

 

 

 

Sheffield creamer, $16, found at Little Mountain Unlimited


French copper charger, $18, found at Six Mile Antique Mall

Blue and white soup bowl, $28, found at Little Mountain Unlimited


Baltimore double pedestal table by Hickory Chair Co., price upon request, at GDC


 


Mother of Pearl corncob holders, $38 for set of six, found at Six Mile Antique Mall
 



Hollie Wood

Who she is: a stylist,
designer, and vintage dealer

Where you’ve seen
her work:
Apartment Therapy, Flea Market Style, and Charleston magazine

Hollie’s tips for vintage shopping:
“While collecting, I don’t stress over the finished look. Once I’m done with my treasure hunt, I arrange the finds to tell a story.”

Find her at:
holliewoodstyle.com


 

 

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