Monday, September 19, 2011

Atelier de Campagne



Hello, I hope you all enjoyed your weekend.
My daughters and I made a trip to the coast this weekend to attend
I also attended their event this past spring.
I thought I would share images I shot of their spring event, since I didn't take any pictures on Saturday.....
I have a lot of images to share with you today of their beautiful items and displays.......






































Atelier de Campagne import a variety of antiques and new items from Europe.
They are located in Corralitos, CA.
You can find them at flea markets all along the California Coast.
If you would like to find out more about them you can do so by visiting their website.

On another note....
When we got back from the sale on Saturday we (my family) went to see the movie,
It was the best movie we have seen in a long time.




On a final note...

I snapped a few pictures today of a couple of our finds from the event....
The girls helped me pick out these vintage french beach chairs.....
They so far have been a big hit with everyone.


 I hope you enjoy your week.
Take Care,
Maria






53 comments:

A Cozy Cottage in the City said...

Wow! Amazing photos...would have loved to attend this event. Hopefully next time! Thanks for sharing!!!


XOXO's,
Jessie

toves sammensurium said...

you mean,mean woman!!!How can you torture me like this???? I'm getting hot flashes and god knows what else here,these pictures drives me crazy!!!I'm Jealous.Period!
tovehugs;)

KÄRLEKEN TILL INREDNING said...

Wonderful pictures! / Linda

kathrin said...

all that things looks so very beautyful, it so lovely, great, nice to see that, have a great time, big hugh Kathrin

Norrfrids Eija said...

Your pictures are somehow painfully beautiful and breathtaking! Thanks for giving me a visit in your sunny California!
Hugs, Eija from Sweden

Barbara@HausDesign said...

Gorgeous images of beautiful pieces...I'd love to have that rusty daybed and many of those metal buckets! Glad the movie was so good...I loved the book and my book club is planning a girl's night out once the English version comes to Munich! I have been hearing good things about it...can't wait!

Atelier de Campagne said...

Hello Maria! We are very pleased that you have shared our work with your followers. For those of you who missed out on our event, we will be open next Saturday for 10 a.m.until 3 p.m. Follow our web site link for details. We would love to see you here!

Trinidad, Johan and Martin

Love you, Maria!

Irene b said...

this is the shop of my dream and your photos (are yours?) are amazing!!!
I know that here I can always find an inspiration:just next week we are oganizing a flea market here in valdirose:I'm looking forward some special shop or ladies with this taste... Oh how I'd like to have you here in Italy!!!

Life love, clutter and other beautiful things. said...

wow would love to visit a shoppe like that. that rusty french day bed. my goodness be still my vintage heart xox

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

How truly beautiful. Such wonder and treasure brought to us...via the ventures of Johan, Trinidad and Martin and your talent behind the lense. Thanks for sharing, Maria!
~Lynne
[w/L]

Alice said...

Wunderschöne Arrangements :)
Liebe Grüße alice von mon alice

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I would love to shop there! We enjoyed The Help, too, and I appreciate how the film adaptation followed the book rather closely.

Miss Kitty said...

I'm in LOVE...with every picture that you shared with us! Your photography AND the items are just too beautiful. This post was a real treat for the eyes.

Ashley said...

These pics seem to portray a little slice of Heaven (in my opinion anyway =) Great treasures and awesome chairs you brought back with you! Xoxoxo ~Ashley

stefanie said...

oh!!!! soooooo gorgoeus!

Divine Theatre said...

Alas! Too far from Chicago. *sniffle*
Lovely photos. Thanks for taking the time to show us around.

Andie

Atelier de Campagne said...

Hello again Maria... I just noticed that the link with our name on your posting leads only to our blog, so I though I would add our web site here. www.atelierdecampagne.webs.com We invite you to visit us and if possible come next Saturday!

Thanks agian maria!

kerrie of sea cottage said...

It is all really really beautiful.

Beach Coast Style said...

oh just take me and drop me off there! wow! what gorgeous vintage items I couldn't stop looking, the yarn, the glassware, the furniture! thanks for letting visit along side you (lol)

Rachel Pallas said...

LUCKY YOU!! I would have loved to visit their sale~xo Rachel

Madelief said...

Amazing photographs. Love the chandeliers!

Madelief

martinealison said...

De très beaux lustres à pampilles... des coussins de chez moi...
et deux toutous qui me plaisent bien!
gros bisous

sagolika sinnen said...

Mm mm...... BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!! Why doesnt Sweden have any of that... I just want to dive in the pic, to be there and collect!!!! Hihi lovely lovely lovely pictures

Jennelise said...

Those chandeliers are spectacular!!! I love the one hanging in the window! Your little beach chairs are adorable too!
Jennelise

Sue@House Pretty said...

Hi Maria, all I can say is "Wow", talk about eye candy! I absolutely love, love, love chandeliers! And, boy, do you have this in this post!

GirlRural.com said...

This is so beautiful! I see so many things I want.

Taylor Greenwalt said...

I would love to go to one of their sales. They have beautiful things. How are their prices?

westernfilms said...

Your pictures are somehow beautiful and breathtaking! How truly beautiful. Such wonder and treasure brought via the ventures of Johan, Trinidad and Martin and your talent behind the lense.

Sizzle and Zoom said...

What a beautiful post. Loved the chandeliers.

JeanFB said...

Oh my goodness, I need every single item!!! Thanks for a fabulous virtual window shopping tour. Your photos are wonderful - a treat for the eyes!

Steph said...

mmmmm love love love love love!

Jeanine Burkhardt said...

Sooooo much to LoVe... ~ Especially the MiRRors & Chandeliers...
Jeanine, ChiPPy!-SHaBBy!

Passionate for White said...

Holy smokes....what a show!!!

Tricia said...

So many beautiful things! There used to be a wonderful shop near me full of European furniture and antiques. The people that owned it would travel to Europe regularily searching out and finding all sorts of pretty and interesting things. Sadly it closed...oh, I miss it. If only California wasn't so far away...I'd visit this shop in a flash.

Consuelo said...

...as a wonderful dream!!!Thank you for sharing!

Consuelo
lisforlovelythings.blogspot.com

Kristin said...

Wow...great inspiration!!!

Love, Kristin

Ellen said...

Love,love love the old rusty iron daybed!!! Have been looking for one for my garden room. Can`t find things in Alabama like that. All I can say is AWESOME!!!

Britt @ Dreamy Spaces said...

Those chandeliers are nothing less than stunning. Incredible with the vintage style!

Robin said...

Wow! Thanks for sharing. It's a vintage wonderland.

Brocantess said...

So pretty.....

Jenny@French A La Beach said...

Don't you get a sensational feeling about all of these items - I am having so much fun with my husband hunting things out to fix up and market and keep for our French a la Maison (French Beach House) at Coolum, Queensland, Australia. After reading your profile I felt like I know you - we have so much in common - apart from the fact that our children are now all married and we have been happily married for 33 years - the rest is so similar. I start the first wedding consulting business here on the coast years ago and sold it - it's still going well. I love interior design - especially in white - love shabby chic and just being creative. My husband is a surfie though! Enjoy doing what you love - Jenny@French
A La Beach.

janet said...

I love all of the photos..I will take one of each..LOL..Have a great week..
Janet

JACQUELINE said...

Your Blog its AMAZING, thank you for the beautiful photos!

Greatings from switzerland
Jacqueline ♡

http://jacquelineswhitehome.blogspot.com/

Mary said...

The pictures are very dreamy. You live up to your name very nicely. As a new Californian, I'm going to have to check this out.

Mary

Burlap Luxe said...

Amazing photos I am not going to miss there next event of any kind :)

All things French with soulful inspiration.

I love there wire baskets I have one of my own featured in my last posting:

Thank you for sharing such beauty, I am sure treasures will add the that beauty of your home :)
xx
Dore

Lilla Majken said...

Amazing!

Hugs, Therese from Sweden

Veronica said...

Maravilloso!!Es una preciosidad todo lo que nos muetras gracias por compartirlas.
Saludos desde Menorca.
Buena semana.
Veronica

Karen said...

I might live next door to France, but I go to your website in California to see this beauty! Thanks for sharing your fabulous photos :) xo Karen

classiq said...

Simply charming. :)
Ada

Little Leslie said...

These guys are terrific, and nice. I adore their look. Thanks for the tour!
Leslie

FARMHOUSE PORCH said...

Wow! I could go bankrupt at a sale like that! Gorgeous things.

Linsey

http://farmhouseporch.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

How do so many beautiful things end up in one place? I could live there!

deborah lea said...

couldn't stop going over and over your photos, your staging is perfect.
thanks for the inspiration.