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Col­lectibles pages 16–21

You can or­der Mark Ledenbach’s book Vin­tage Hal­loween Col­lectibles, at hal­loween­col­lec­tor.com. Shop for vin­tage-in­spired, new Hal­loween Beis­tle de­signs at vin­tage­beis­tle.com.

Per­fectly Im­per­fect pages 28–43

Paint through­out the home is from Lau­rie Turmel’s paint com­pany, PIY Paint Prod­ucts. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit piy­paint.com. As a house, Miss Ge­or­gia has her own Face­book page (face­book. com/turmel­farm), where you can shop for Miss Ge­or­gia’s Style prod­ucts, and if you are ever in Mer­ritt, Bri­tish Columbia, please call ahead and stop in for a visit.

A Vi­brant Victorian pages 44–59

The fol­low­ing are some of the Pat­tons’ fa­vorite sources and are avail­able in the U.S. or ship in­ter­na­tion­ally. PAINT: Far­row & Ball, us.far­row-ball.com. Junk Deluxe in Eng­land, junkdeluxe.co.uk, spe­cial­izes in af­ford­able mod­ern de­sign from the 1930s to 1950s. TEX­TILES: etcetera-on­line.co.uk. FUR­NI­TURE/ LIGHT­ING: Eng­land at Home, eng­lan­dath­ome.com.

Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun pages 60–71

Find Austin-based crafter, blog­ger and thrift-a-holic Jen­nifer Perkins at jen­nifer­perkins.com. The devil pil­low is by artist Heidi Ken­ney; see more of her work and shop her site at my­pa­per­crane.com. Shop for Christ­mas trees, Hal­loween trees and more at tree­topia.com. Jen­nifer’s Thayer Cog­gin chairs are vin­tage, but the com­pany is still in busi­ness; for more in­for­ma­tion, visit thay­ercog­gin.com.

Cute as a But­ton pages 72–83

Visit pho­tog­ra­pher Kate Hansen’s blog, The Room Il­lu­mi­nated, at the­roomil­lu­mi­nated.com. Read more about home owner Karen Booth’s new­est gallery space project at face­book.com/well­wood­hunter.

French Twist pages 84–97

Shop Emily Yep’s store, Mag­no­lia and Wil­low, 490 W. Wil­low St., Long Beach, Cal­i­for­nia. (562) 988-8844. Fol­low the store on In­sta­gram and Face­book at Mag­no­li­aand­wil­low. The Yeps’ house In­sta­gram is Maisonyep. LIV­ING ROOM: Blan­ket by Farib­ault Woolen Mill Co., farib­ault­mill.com. Let­ter pil­lows are from etsy.com.

Sal­vage Se­crets pages 114–117

For more on Big Re­use, visit bi­greuse.org. To learn about Black Dog Sal­vage, visit black­dogsal­vage.com. For more on de­signer Joanne Palmisano and her books, visit joan­nepalmisano.com. Visit West End Ar­chi­tec­tural Sal­vage at wes­t­end­sal­vage.com.

P.S. page 130

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Left: Peter and Jane, of Bar­gains from the At­tic on Etsy, note that pharmacy bot­tles are get­ting more and more dif­fi­cult to find—es­pe­cially in re­ally good con­di­tion, and they are de­lighted to have this col­lec­tion in their shop.

Cen­ter and Right: Both are from Claire Tyzack-stack of Etsy’s Ate­lier La Rue Found. The blue jar is Bel­gian, and the white one is a vin­tage Li­mo­ges porce­lain chemist jar.

Left and Cen­ter: Both are from Ja­son Aleksa of Etsy shop Stone­hill De­sign. He says the vin­tage Ad­lams glass apothe­cary jar with the red metal scre­won lid and pa­per la­bel read­ing “ZINCUM OXYD.HUBB.” doesn’t seem to have a maker’s mark, but based on the la­bel and de­tails, he es­ti­mates it is from the mid to late 1800s.

Right: These vials were made in Paris from about 1900 to 1909, ac­cord­ing to the Etsy shop La Belle Epoque Déco.

BOT­TOM ROW:

Left: Katie Morrissey of Etsy’s Two Time Vin­tage shared this 1940s bot­tle, which reads “Hold­ers Ltd. Bris­tol.”

Cen­ter: These three styles are cour­tesy of Re­becca Rubel at Wind­sor Place An­tiques & Ephemera. Re­becca is on Etsy and also has a brick-and-mor­tar store, Wind­sor Place An­tiques, 1624 10th Av­enue, Brook­lyn, NY 11215.

Right: A 1930s Boots the Chemists bot­tle fea­tures ta­ble­spoon-mea­sur­ing marks on each side and came from a pharmacy in Brighton, Sus­sex, Eng­land, re­ports Etsy store owner Steven of Stal­l69uk.

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