My spring work season has been a busy one, just like I like it. A nice big flurry of projects before the slower days of summer.
I recently made my 3rd annual trip up to Denver to photograph Old Glory Antiques for owner Holly Kuhn. Spring has officially sprung in Denver!
Holly's style is hands down one of my favorites. She mixes beautiful American antiques with large scale art and just the right amount of accessories so that one isn't visually overwhelmed and can easily envision how each piece might work in their own home.
The fun starts at the front door with these whimsical glass vessels displaying vintage silverware. How many great ideas are running through your mind of how to play with these? I especially love them on that gorgeous farm table.
Holly keeps a great selection of custom chairs, many one of a kind, with beautiful fabric details.
As a stylist, you can only image how I go a little bonkers over the accessories at Old Glory. A little patina, a little texture and that collected over time look, hits just the right note.
Inventory moves fast at high altitude so checking in often is the best way to get that special piece before it's gone.
Like this absolutely delicious little console in the perfect shade of french bleu:
This trip was made even better because I teamed up with my friend and colleague Holly Mathis to also work on a little side project while we were there.
Old Glory Antiques owners, Holly and Brian Kuhn, recently moved to a beautiful new home and invited Holly and me to come for a quick fluffing session ahead of her son's upcoming wedding. The Kuhns had just moved in two weeks prior and were to be hosting extended family so we kicked it into high gear and fluffed guest bedrooms and living spaces.
Full reveal to come as Holly and Brian settle in, but I did snap a couple of styling shots with my phone before we high-tailed it back to Texas:
The biggest and best news I have to share is that Old Glory Antiques is coming back to Texas! I don't think I've been this excited about a store opening in a very long time. Old Glory Antiques is currently under construction in Round Top with Holly Mathis working on the details locally while Holly Kuhn is holding down the fort in Denver and gathering the inventory for the Texas store. The exact opening date is still to be determined and as soon as I hear something solid I'll shout it out.
You guys...it's going to be so good. As soon as I get the "ok" I'll share a few sneak peeks of the inventory.
Until then, if you're in Denver stop by Old Glory at 1930 S. Broadway.