Hudson's Bay Point Blankets

I have been on the lookout for the perfect Hudson’s Bay Point blanket for some time now. I first saw one in an amazingly unique furniture and art boutique. It was nestled around a perfectly rustic, distressed leather chair next to an ashtray fashioned out of a real deer’s hoof and a framed artistic display of peacock feathers. I loved everything in that store, but especially that vintage wool blanket. A Hudson's Bay point blanket, AKA Hudson Bay blanket, is an old-school style wool blanket made by the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) in Canada since the 1800’s. Fur trappers brought these as one of the most coveted items to trade with the Native tribes in exchange for furs (yes, just like you saw

Retro Bar Carts

A bit hipster, I know – but still, I’ve been eyeballing some of these retro bar carts to fancy-up the new apartment we’re moving into. Besides, they are perfect for housing those beautiful, crystal hard liquor decanters I like collecting. True vintage carts will run up a pretty penny, so look for some newer production knock-offs if you're on a budget. Here are some of my favorites: I love this beauty because it's delicate, small and round, which suits the thin brass legs, little wheels and thin tempered glass typical of these early/mid-century carts. Perfectly adorable. This cart is super-snazzy; first, the tiered shelving is unique, and not to mention the polished wood leg inserts set on an

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