I do want to take a moment to thank all who commented and e-mailed me about Friday's post. Your kind words and prayers moved me more than I can ever express. Y'all are wonderful!
I have a recurring dream that I move into an old house, a REALLY old house, and while I am walking around it, I keep finding all these little hidden rooms full of wonderful vintage pieces. One, after another, after another. This is how I felt as I was going through Factory 20's inventory.
Except I was awake.
And it wasn't a house.
And none of the pieces were mine.
And I can't even afford them.
But other than that, it was just like my dream!
OK, just so you get an idea of the pieces I mean, I should introduce you to Factory 20. In their website, they describe themselves as this: "Factory 20 is a multi-disciplinary art and design collective which strives to create an ever-evolving nonlinear consumer lifestyles collection." Got it? Basically, they are an upscale antique store. They also rent to movie/television studios, theaters, and/or photographers. Their prices are WAAAAYYYY out of my budget but their items are my eye candy. Let's take a gander around my old house, shall we?
While browsing, I stumbled on this image.
Well, I know what those are, Surveyor Measuring Sticks! They have some for sale.
But I don't want them. I already own one :)