Sunday, September 23, 2012

Some merchandise!

Here are a few of my favorite things from the shops!

Turn of the century farm table.

Shabby pitcher.

Beautiful mirror!

French Provincial dresser.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Check out our new locations

We are closed for the season at 836 Pleasant Street in Rochdale. We will be focusing all our attention on our spots in Crompton Collective in Worcester and Oh My Gosh! Antiques & Collectibles in the Cider Mill in Sterling. Check out some photos from Crompton Collective and be sure to stop by soon to check out this beautiful location!

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Find us here:

My Trouvaille at Oh My Gosh! Antiques & Collectibles

We have been keeping busy! We are still open on the first, third, and fifth Saturday of the month from noon until 4 p.m. at our 836 Pleasant Street, Rochdale location. We have a great selection of antiques, vintage, and designer furniture, knick-knacks, and clothing for sale. We will be closed during the cold winter months, but will be offering goods online at that time on both our etsy and ebay stores.

As of August you can also find us at Oh My Gosh! Antiques & Collectibles in the Cider Mill in Sterling. Finally, our newest location is at Crompton Collective on Green Street in Worcester. The Grand Opening will be held this Saturday, September 8th, hopefully you can make it!

Thursday, July 5, 2012


Now that the shop is open and in full swing there will be plenty of pictures available of all the merchandise. Here are some pictures from last week. See anything you like?

Monday, June 25, 2012

Grand Opening

This past Saturday we celebrated our official Grand Opening of our shop in Rochdale, Massachusetts! We will be open on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Saturdays of the month from 12-4.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Distressed Cedar Chest

I picked up this great chest at a yard sale over the summer. I pulled it out of storage a couple weeks ago so I could finally get started on it. I wanted to try out some distressing on it since it had some great decorative features, but was in need of refinishing.

I started with three coats of a flat gray paint to cover everywhere.. I buffed down the edges with my sander, and from there I decided to go over it with some wood stain. I used a walnut color, which gave the wood showing through a nice color, and added a vintage-y sheen to the paint. I applied it with a rag, and almost immediately wiped it off. I used one coat of water-based polyurethane to protect the finish, and I was done.

I love the look, and it was so easy to get there. Here's a picture of the chest before, after the paint was applied, and then the final product after all the distressing.


With paint



Friday, March 30, 2012

New Projects

I stopped by the Habitat for Humanity Restore over the weekend and found a couple new projects. This great chair will look beautiful once it's re-covered. I love the look of the legs. I also found some Liquid Nails for my wainscoting, and a big jug of exterior trim paint for the outside of my house. I can't wait to start painting!

Fatty approves!