Weekly Six: 2.4

Before we open our doors for the week, check out our top six vintage picks. We constantly update our inventory, and we want to keep you in the loop of the new things coming in! So, without further adieu, we bring you:

1: Look again: these ain't no bone skulls, no siree--they be genuine plaster ones! Picked up somewhere between Arizona and here, these desert wayfarers hitchhiked all the way home with us. Who will take them for their next leg?




2: Vases and bowls, ceramic and wood, prop styling and still life, Lennon and Yoko--what do all these pairs have in common? These made-for-each-other items are made for you! Fall in love with one (or two), pluck a pretty flower or orange on your walk home, and add a little pretty to your home.





3: I'm a Catholic, please call a priest. Catholic or not, we have a confession to make--we have been lusting after this necklace all week! Forgive us, but we have a weak spot for religious iconography that has the perfect patina, and are oh so wearable.







4: Tax season is under way, prompting lots of files and folders needing a good hiding place until next year. These desktop files are little but hold a lot--like you hope that tax return check will be. What needs a little organizational tlc in your life?





5: This Ralph Lauren sweater puts stars in our eyes--reminding us classic and patriotism never go out of style. Soft tones of red, white and linen are made for the in between weather and hot again, cold again days.



6: Souvenirs from our trip to the High Noon show in Arizona--signed books by friend and best selling author Mary Emmerling! Not only does she wear the baddest boots in town, she's also written over 25 books and was the editor for Country Home magazine. It was such a treat to meet her, and get to share these beautiful autographed books with you.