Alas, this painted hanging cabinet was already sold by the time I arrived at Agape's special showing two weeks ago on Boulevard Raspail, Paris. Then again, I wouldn't have had room for it. The cabinet is resting on a zinc-covered industrial table.
Another wooden cabinet revamped to hold china and porcelain.
This armoire or buffet cabinet has been given a fresh new look with paint.
This Dutch wooden farm table would be a welcome addition to a big country house.
Items for gardening or a greenhouse are grouped together.
Isn't this metal card table and set of chairs wonderful? Imagine all the card games, conversations and laughter that have taken place around this table.
An elegant 19th-century escritoire or writing desk and chair. The documents on the desk were provided by yours truly.
Another hanging wooden cabinet that could be put to varied uses: perhaps hanging in an entryway or "mud room" or over a desk.
This rustic buffet cabinet holds a selection of white ironstone.
A rounded side table with wrought iron legs came home with me.
Perhaps this child's school desk would make learning more fun?
A leather traveling case and assorted glass toiletry bottles and jars, as well as a gilt candlestick comprise this tableau.
Plates from various French bistros in a metal dishdrainer, with tray.
Old school lockers and vintage overhead lights.
Wooden school lockers provide great storage in a kitchen or home office. The pillows are made of burlap potassium sacks.
A zinc file cabinet to help organise a home office.
An early 20th-century wooden baby bed certainly would grace any nursery, but would it meet 21st-century child safety standards?