March 2nd is National Old Stuff Day. Palladio Home & Garden invites you to celebrate the beauty of all things antique and vintage. We are offering a special 10% discount on all our ‘old stuff’ when you mention National Old Stuff Day.
Our three showrooms Palladio Interiors, Palladio Antiques, and Palladio Garden all have old treasures you can discover and take home through March 1st-3rd.
A home without antiques “would be like a sentence without punctuation.” – Jamie Drake
Antiques are more than just an aged piece of furniture or jewelry. They tell a story, they have a history behind them, they stand for quality and workmanship, and they bring balance to a home with a contemporary look and feel. One of the main pillars of design is balance and an easy way to achieve this in your own home is adding a touch of old to balance out the new.
You can strike a balance of old and new in simple ways. Place these metal and tin boots near your entry or mudroom door to place wet umbrellas in or pot a plant in them for a unique planter. Whether you’re looking for a few historical-looking books to stack on your mantle, or an eclectic piece like an old Victorian dove house to add a bit of nostalgia for your guests to enjoy, you will surely find something at Palladio to achieve a touch of old.
Palladio Home & Garden has a keen eye for old pieces that will fit seamlessly into any room. Come see how we incorporate the old and new as we celebrate National Old Stuff Day everyday. As with most old style, someday it will be considered new again, so it’s always a good idea to have pieces that will last through years to come and speak of years gone by.
For Old Stuff Day Palladio Garden has a range of old items from fountains, Egyptian doors, shutters, refurbished wrought-iron gates, reclaimed doors and corbels, metal door handles and knobs, stained-glass windows, and other architectural elements.
Palladio Interiors and Palladio Antiques has pieces of large furniture like old armoires, buffets, enfilades, dressers, chairs, china cabinets, bookcases, filing cabinets, area rugs, to smaller home decor items like vintage vases, dinnerware, frames, english traveling chests, lamps, artwork and paintings.