Party Animals. Yes, that will be us at Redeux Vintage Furniture this weekend. And you’re invited!
Redeux is celebrating our “first six months anniversary”. And very successful months they have been…thanks to all of our customers, now new friends.
Starting this Friday, 9/30/11, 3:00 ‘til 7:00 P.M. (just in time for all you teachers to stop by after school!) and continuing Saturday 10/1/11, 9:30 – A.M. -5:00 P.M. we’ll be celebrating, enjoying some great refreshments and having free drawings! We’ll be raffling some pieces of art, some of our very special scented candles, and gift certificates for discounts for any in-stock item of your choice! It’s our way of saying to each of our customers and visitors to our shop, "thank you, thank you very much”.
It will be a fun weekend. You can meet “The Redhead”, meet fellow Redeux fans and enjoy a little knosh!
You will also be able to see our new pieces ready for Fall. Maybe you’ll even win a gift certificate!
We’ve added so many new items to our inventory these past two weeks or so it feels like a new store. We’ve got several very nice side tables, including some writing tables/desks.
A lovely hall console and mirror would make a striking and practical entry way set.
We’ve found some really wonderful vintage smaller items that will be great accent or conversation pieces, including some made–in-New York, hand painted toleware. Vintage pottery, glassware and some very interesting metal items are also now in the shop. Many of these pieces were made long ago right here in Connecticut.
Our lighting collection has grown. We now have several very interesting table and floor lamps. The painted “Sight Light” floor reading lamp (not yet photographed), made in Deep River, CT 60-70 years ago is the perfect den lamp!
We have also just gotten up on the shop floor an especially nice five-drawer oak chest. A small, pine chest, stained and painted red is really stunning.
There are just so many new and very interesting pieces that you’ll have to come down to the shop this weekend and see them in person. And have some fun, too!
I’d also like to mention that our building, "Quarterboard Row”, has a new shop opening up this very weekend.
Saks Thrift Avenue is a new funky, eclectic, wonderful clothing and accessory shop. Very different from anything around,it will have a great NYC, SoHo look and feel… at very reasonable prices! Colleen O’Toole will be managing the shop. Her mom, Mary, also owns the Designer Labels shop in Westport.
Saks Thrift Avenue will open for business this Saturday, October 1st.
With Redeux Vintage Furniture, Maureen Buckley’s FrameMaker’s picture framing and art gallery and now Saks Thrift Avenue, plus other great stores, developer Joe Formato is making Quarterboard Row a great shopping destination for everyone.
Looking forward to seeing you all at this weekend's Anniversary Celebration at Redeux: Friday 3:00 til 7:00; Saturday 9:30 til 5:00!