Ggrowing up as a little girl, my parents used to spend each summer with us, the children,  in their summerhouse in the beautiful region of the Dordogne, France. My mum, little sister and I would spend hours browsing through the local brocantes and garage sales. This is how I learned how to spot the fine stuff that was still abundantly available in those days.

My mother made it a tradition to buy one serious piece of antique for the house each summer,  while I busied myself with the small stuff, dragging one little treasure after another to my mum for approval. Looking at the images below, I am travelling back in time, but today I’m still fond of the Vintage style.

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