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Victorias Antique Warehouse

Our Urban Primitive Collection Is In!

Posted on June 15, 2011 - 0 Comments

Categories: New Arrivals, Around The Shop, Coffee Table, Farmhouse Table, Entertainment Center, Industrial Cart, Primitive Furniture, Urban Rustic, Urban Industrial, Urban Primitive

space We just got a new shipment of old pieces which we like to call our "Urban Primitive Collection." They arrived last week and already several have sold. They're enormously popular, unique and super versatile. Here's a sampling of what we have: space

Look at these carts! What beautiful lines. What a great synthesis of primitive and modern. We have a variety of sizes and styles. They are multi-functional and work so well in so many decors.


This one makes a great buffet …


 … Or it could be an entertainment center.


The smaller ones make great kitchen islands or mini bars.


Looking for a fantastic coffee table? Here it is. These beauties are turned upside-down but it gives you a good view of the incredible wheels each one has. They were originally used as luggage carts in train stations. Others were used in garment factories to transport textiles. They come in a variety of sizes and truly sell almost as soon as we get them in.


This farmhouse table is "to die for." A classic blend of primitive, rustic and industrial.  The pine top is made from old barnwood. The base is solid forged steel.  It is a standout piece and definitely one-of-a-kind.

Come by and check out our large, eclectic inventory.  We'll be happy to help you mix and match some of these wonderful pieces to suit your home decor.


Posted on May 12, 2011 - 0 Comments

Categories: Armoires, Custom creations, Farmhouse Table, French Finds, Chalkboards, Bookcase

When you think of antique stores, custom-making future antiques doesn't normally come to mind. But at Victoria's Antique Warehouse, that is exactly what we do. Along with the beautiful, one-of-a-kind antiques Vicky buys in France and Belgium, she also has an enormous warehouse attached to the back of the store that holds more of these wonderful collectibles. Tons of architectural remnants, corbels, pillars, windows, doors, shutters, ironwork, tin and so much more are available to buy "as is" or turned into something else. From this, our team of highly skilled artisans transform these salvaged pieces into a myriad of home furnishings and decorative accents. Here's a sample of what we do: space Beautiful antique French windows are always something Vicky is looking for. With their old hinges and hardware and elegant, solid design, they are the perfect architectural piece for so many ideas. Inspired by their beauty and size, Vicky collaborated with her master carpenter Jason and came up with this glorious piece: space space This incredible armoire/bookcase came about entirely from old French windows. As you can see, the windows provide the front doors which (when opened) have three sturdy shelves lined with beautiful old bead board. Our master painter and detailer (Timmy and Chrissy) painted, streaked, distressed and waxed to give this bookcase its incredible look. space space space One of our many old cupboard doors. Chrissy transforms them into charming little chalkboards. space space As you can see, the original hinges and hardware are still there. Chrissy then turns it into a functioning chalkboard by adding slate paint and highlighting the frame with the color of your choosing. She can make it as fancy or rustic as you like by adding or subtracting to the decoration. These have been extremely popular because of their novelty and functionality. space space This is as basic as you get: a mountain of heart pine lumber. What did Vicky and Jason turn it into? space space A fantastic farmhouse table. This piece would be a true focal point in anyone's home. All custom-made, the table expands with two leaves to comfortably seat ten people. The bold trestle-style base is hand-painted a deep, rich black. The top has a wraparound pine inlay that has become a signature look of Jason's work. This is a statement piece in a timeless, classic style that will be used and cherished for many years to come. space space And here is the team that makes it all happen. That's Timmy (left), Chrissy (middle) and Jason (right). (Ruger's in there too, our Labrador store mascot.) Their skill and creativity (along with Vicky's skill and creativity) make it possible to turn plain lumber into farmhouse tables, cupboards into chalkboards and antique windows into bookcases. And that's just a small sample of what they can do. Kitchen islands, bathroom vanities, entertainment centers, dressers, beds, benches, the list goes on, not to mention all the custom-made accent pieces that helps complete the final look. Stop in anytime. We'd be happy to help you create that perfect piece for your home. Or just browse through the shop and enjoy the beautiful selection of European as well as American antiques.

TWO NEW ARRIVALS: Farmhouse Table and Ceiling Tin Urn

Posted on November 03, 2010 - 0 Comments

Categories: New Arrivals, Farmhouse Table

A couple of new additions to our shop that have an autumn feel to them. First, our farmhouse table: space space What a great piece! We got the table from France. It's vintage (of course), but the top was re-designed by our master carpenter Jason. Using reclaimed solid heart-pine wood, Jason crafted a beautiful table top with his signature double-wrapped edges and tapered corners. Vicky then stained the surface with a rich walnut finish. The original antique trestle legs were painted black, then sealed to bring out their full luster. It’s a perfect table for any holiday dinner or get-together, comfortably seating eight to ten. Measurements: 8 ½’ long x 44” deep Price: $2495.00 spa

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space Our ceiling tin "urn" is something to behold: space space It was salvaged from the lobby ceiling of a grand old hotel in Georgia--back when lobbies were true works of art. The metalwork’s multi-hued patina of burnt umber, pewter and black is a result of the many years this beauty has been around. The sturdy wide frame surrounding the piece was fashioned by Vicky from old door molding brought back from St. Louis. You really need to come by and see this one! Measurements: 31" square Price: $295.00