The New Traditional

What is New Traditional? Think, timelessness and high-quality craftsmanship sharing a space with modern art, interesting textures, and collected treasures. Think, no rules. Mix your metals, paint your heirloom sideboard and illuminate your antique oil painting with sleek, modern lighting. We recently did just that with this room setting using pieces available at West End Antiques […]

Vintage & Antique Wind-Up Toys

Antique and Vintage Wind-Up Toys – A Delight For All Ages Meet West End Antique Mall’s Richard Brezner and enter his magical world of whirling, twirling, dancing and prancing wind-up wonders. Read on and then scroll down to see Richard’s toys in action! Richard’s passion for collecting sprang from a childhood heavy with family game nights, […]

About Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan

Here’s why everybody’s talking about Chalk Paint ® Chalk Paint ® decorative paint by Annie Sloan is the unique decorative paint Annie Sloan developed for furniture, floors and walls, drawing on a lifetime of research and experience in working with paint and color. Chalk Paint® adheres to most surfaces and creates gorgeous results quickly and easily. Use […]

Home Furnishings at Project1

Home Furnishings with a Twist – Welcome to West End’s Project1  Antique to Modern Décor and More    The next time you  visit West End Antiques Mall plan a visit to our latest space, Project1 Home Furnishings. Project1 is conveniently located just 2 doors away from West End between Amir Rug Exchange and Crossroads Art Center. […]

Modern Rustic Style

We’re big fans of the HGTV show Fixer Upper.  Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines of Magnolia Homes in Waco, Texas rehabilitate old houses and furnish them in a laid-back rustic style that blends old and new in a fresh and modern way. Joanna Gaines Fixer Upper Style       Chip and Joanna’s farmhouse in Waco, […]

Kitschy Collecting at its Finest

When you think of “retro, vintage baking”, what is the first thing that comes to mind? The one and only, PYREX. Since its introduction to the public in 1915, PYREX cookware has been a hit in the kitchen. And who could  blame the masses? The makeup of this stuff–borosilicate glass–means business. Temperature and shatter resistance […]