Simply, Yes! Interchangeable motifs, monogrammed sandals. These are the greatest.
We have an adorable, and unique, vintage mink teddy bear at Affordable Chic, for $85. It’s been treasured before, and it’s sure to be treasured by the next child who loves it!
We can’t recall seeing one of these before. Stop by soon and take a look around to see what you may not have seen before, too!
Oh, they’re so much fun! Whether you actually wear our feathered finery to a party, or simply use them as decoration on a mirror or lamp, colored feathers and sequins are fun.
The red one looks like it’s aflame.
Life is too short not to wear peacock plumes when you can.
Have you ever noticed the rugs throughout Affordable Chic? They’re all available. Prices may be under a corner–please ask if you’d like to know a bit more about any of them!
Assume angles are square; photographing rugs with a hand-held camera is a tricky business. Sizes vary. If you don’t see edges in the image, you can assume the rug is reasonably large.
We have a wide selection of new-to-the-store cabinets and bureaux, as well as a number of useful and attractive tables for a spot that needs exactly the right shape.
If you need something in the front hall to store the dog walking supplies, think how useful these drawers would be:
For a different decor, this 19th century empire style mahogany table would be perfect, $350.00.
Sometimes you need more storage space, and the bureau below can be used in the bedroom, for clothes, or in a different room, to store supplies, linens, games, or anything else that gets used regularly yet looks better stored out of sight.
If you prefer less decoration, the bureau below is available for $150.
We have Amy Howard Paints and Finishes in the store, displayed in a cabinet (that’s for sale) painted in Amy Howard Paint. Take a close look at it when you’re here and you’ll get ideas for your own home. See the Events page for the next Amy Howard At Home workshop.
The dinnerware in the upper left of the cabinet is Heritage Hall ironstone.
The perfect drawer pull really makes a cabinet special:
In the same booth, we have another tall pine cupboard, unpainted, for $149.00:
It’s full of Indian Tree dinnerware, from the Johnson Brothers, in England.
Pair of delicate bird-and-botanical prints, in distressed frames.
They could be just the thing you’re looking for to finish that focal point in the foyer, or powder room.
Remember the pie and cake auction in the Little House on the Prairie books? Didn’t Alonzo win Laura’s heart when he bid on her pie?
Increase your chance of winning the bake sale auction yourself when you carry your dessert in this pie-taker basket, made by West Rindge Baskets, of West Rindge, NH.
If you’ve gone gluten-free and don’t bake anymore, the basket will be just as effective carrying your aspic or potato salad to the potluck!