Monday, September 6, 2010


I took so many pictures at the BARREVELD

showroom I have had a hard time knowing where

to start.  I have decided to break it up into

categories, since the line covers so many areas.


These pieces are mango wood upholstered in

a natural linen fabric.  They coordinate both with

with the color of the finish and the color of the linen.

these chairs, table and bench are part of the same collection.

The same mango wood done in a country white


wood framed farm chair with jute upholstery

combined with a antique reproduction

wood ice box

matching mango wood wine cabinet.

little accent chest of wood and zinc has

many uses in all areas of the house.


Beautiful frosted antiqued ridged glass in a smoke color

this gold version also has the beautiful bowl

vases and votives in a frosted turquoise

lilac/purple are big colors for fall

great shapes in antiqued silver combined with

venetian mirror frames are always in style

cut crystal canister, cake stand and cover

and one of many styles of cloches, the classic

bell jar

slim bell jar

I like this square version on the wire pedestal

round and square deco wire cloche on wood pedestals

these willow pieces have been in the

line for a while but remain very popular

silver and copper finials would be great on a mantel

There are some pieces that could be either

for the house or considered garden,

 my favorites are the 61 inch and 53 inch copper

finial and 39 inch copper column/pedestal

this deco bowl would be a beautiful holiday

center piece

outdoors they would weather to a beautiful

green patina

I could see these large terracotta statues indoors

or they would be a stand out in the garden.

polyresin finials sitting on a distressed

metal table with a mirrored top

this lamp shade and base are made from oak.

I will leave holiday and garden for an upcoming blog.

Contact me if you have any questions regarding

availability or prices.

1 comment:

  1. You have included a gorgeous collection of Barreveld pieces in this blog post! I especially love the copper finial, and agree that it would look lovely outdoors with a weathered patina.