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
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.
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.