Sunday, March 16, 2008

Maison Luxe, Seattle Fremont Market, and Burnt Sugar


It was a shopping day for me, and I thought I would take some photos of favorite Sunday haunts.



Maison Luxe. Yum.



I loved this silver-y Schumacher wallpaper called "Lace"


Burnt Sugar, in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood:





Fremont Market. Every Sunday a few thousand people come here to find their treasure.

11 comments:

maison21 said...

sunday fleamarkets are the best! unfortunately, so is sleeping in, so it's always a toss-up.

that wallpaper sure looks like shumacher to me- any idea who knocked it off? is it inexpensive?

Anonymous said...

In the first picture of the flea market, those cabinets look to be Paul McCobb.

Vie Chaotique said...

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Decorno said...

M21 - it's Schumacher.
Good eye. :)

Anon - I love me some Paul McCobb.

coco+kelley said...

i hit up fremont this weekend, and it was so nice to be back in seattle..! but i gotta say, i do miss when burnt sugar used to have more home stuff and less shoes and beauty products...

Joslyn said...

i'm swooning over the wallpaper...and the chalkboard. I have a chalkboard addiction. sad.

LondonCalling said...

Went shopping on Saturday too. For me its decor escapism at its best.

mariposa said...

Wow! 2nd photo from Burnt Sugar looks like a mini-me Mercer in Buenos Aires! check out visual vamp blogspot for sneak preview of April Domino! It is really, really good decorno!!!

Anonymous said...

Dec-ster.:

Luckily, Paul McCobb stuff is still common and still pretty cheap, by mid-century standards.

Anonymous said...

Picture no. 1:

Stop karate-chopping the throw pillows, goddamn it!!!

j. said...

Ah, I loves me some Maison Luxe. Visited for the first time a few months ago on a trip to Seattle ... I could live and die.