Saturday, September 18, 2010

Cake Vintage


In my previous post, I used these paper placemats in my "Disposable Tablescape." Aren't they great? I actually found them at NapaStyle, but thought I would share with you the website where these can be found, along with other wonderful treasures.

It's called Cake Vintage. They sell lots of hotel silver
plate in mixed patterns. This 5 piece place setting retails for $25.

They also take old hotel silver plate and repurpose them like these napkin rings.

Another example of repurposing old silver plate. Cake Vintage has a lot of different chandeliers, some even made with old tea cups. Very creative and funky.

There are kitchen linens like this linen tea towel, as well as cute little aprons.

But what I am really loving is this mounted grain sack. Found in an old barn in France, there are a limited quantities. This one retails for $275.

Check out Cake Vintage here! Let me know what treasure speaks to you!

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21 comments:

"All things French" said...

I love those elegant paper placemats ~ what a lovely find and the silver teaspoons are just gorgeous.
~Dianne~

Cathy~Mille Fleur said...

I love the tablescape you created with all of the paper goods...so pretty!

I actually bought these paper mats at a little shop in Fredericksburg,Texas called Lauren Bade! I get rave reviews every time I use them;)! I love the mix of pattern you used for your tablescape. I am inspired to do the same! Thank you!

Enjoy!
Cathy

Southerncook said...

Thanks for sharing this website. I am a collector of Hotel Silver and plan to check this out ASAP.

Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

The Green Pea said...

The paper placemats are interesting.
Thank you for sharing Cake Vintage.
Have a nice weekend. sandi

food for thought said...

darling stuff!

aren't i articulate...

Low Tide High Style said...

Your disposable tablescape is so pretty! And I can't wait to check out Cake Vintage thanks so much for telling us about them!

Kat :)

NanaDiana said...

What a great find. Sooo much fun to "shop" those places...whether you buy anything or not! Thanks for the link! Diana

Kathy said...

Thank you for sharing these are all just beautiful, I am crazy about that tea towel and running over to their site right now.

The Little Red Shop said...

Mmm...they have a lot of wonderful things. I think that the key plate lighting would be fun in a craft room.

I hope you're having a lovely weekend!

: )

Julie M.

Mariette said...

Dearest Delores,

Great that you show your readers where to get these lovely items!

Sunny greetings from Georgia,

MariettesBacktoBasics

The Tablescaper said...

Wow! Looks like you found an awesome new store. Thanks for sharing it.

- The Tablescaper

Sarah said...

Delores, thank you for sharing this resource. It looks like a fun place to do some shopping.
Hope you are enjoying a beautiful Sunday! ~ Sarah

Sue Murphy said...

Thank you for sharing this source. I am with you ...I love the mounted grain sack. Wish I had a place to hang it.

Kathysue said...

Delores what a fun shop. Love the vintage Hotel silver pieces!! The little light fixture was adorable, Happy Sunday,Kathysue

Angie Cook said...

You did a fabulous job with the "Paper Tablescape"!
Thank you for the post!

Angie Cook
CAKE Vintage

Pat said...

Thanks so much for the link. I will definitely check this shop out.

I just noticed on your sidebar, you have my old link. I have moved my blog to typepad. The old one disappeared last Tuesday. I thought I had lost 3.5 years of work! I figured out how to get the page back, but decided to move on to typepad.
My custom domain name was hacked and no longer works for the old blog.

My new link is http://backporchmusings.typepad.com Hope to see you there!

Debby said...

Seems like my sort of shop! Off to check it out~thanks for sharing!! xo

Lori E said...

Paper tablescape?? Oh I missed that one. I'll go looking.
Those napkin rings and the chandeliers are so cool. I will have to see if I can get some silverware to bend. I will start with the cheap stuff.

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

These are great, thanks for sharing , loved the napkin holder.
You and Cindy are so right, I have had this happen to me too. In the end we all just have to do what feels right for us. I will admit that I am glad I can finally show my line of deer without fear of being stoned...lol

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Delores, I'm on my way now. It looks like some wonderful shopping, and you know I NEED more stuff! Thanks for the link. laurie

La Dolfina said...

I too picked up those paper place mats at Maison d'Etre in Rockridge across from Oliveto's a few weeks back. I had no idea they had a complete line though. Can't wait to check it out. Thanks for the heads up!
When can we go shopping together?
xo

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