Monday, March 11, 2013

Georgetown's Comer and Company

Why hadn't visited this store before now?  Couldn't help thinking that as I soaked in all the gorgeous tablescapes and interesting, unique accessories at Comer and Company.  There's a well curated mix of vintage and antique items and you're surely to find something you'll covet.  For me it's the two glass bottle style bookends below.

Coral colored intaglios mounted on burlap, which added great textural interest.

Notice how they use the an acyrlic stand to raise the lamp in order to fit them both w/the urn.  A white sunburst mirror is a nice change from the usual.

Loved these lucite sculptures.
Check out this very interesting paneled door.  Now why don't they sell these at Lowes?  Wait, I know why...Hope you have a great Monday.


Sherry said...

Great store! Do you know what they were asking for the intaglios? I seem to have a thing for those.

designchic said...

My kind of store - love all of the gorgeous pieces and the lucite sculptures...fabulous!!

Kerry Steele- Design du Monde said...

I have been meaning to visit the store since I first heard of it over two years ago. There is so much to covet!

ArchitectDesign™ said...

Surprised you hadn't been here before -it's my favorite in Georgetown! they have such a great eye and it's different everytime you go in. Glad you finally made it! Buy anything??

dwellonthese said...

What a beautiful store. Thanks for sharing!

A Perfect Gray said...

cool stuff but that door! amazing.

Jamie Herzlinger said...

Thanks for the photos!and bringing the sore to my attention
What a wonderful find!

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Wonderful tour, Michele! I haven't been to this fabulous shop. Will check out next time. Love the Chinoiserie screen.

therelishedroost said...

Absolutely wonderful! I love the vignettes and that door is so cool! I am also so glad to hear you are an Irish girl too, I love Co, Kerry and we plan on finally returning to visit after too many years!
Best, Karolyn

Windlost said...

I visited Comer & Co. on my last DC visit and blogged about it here:

Such a beautiful shop - the walls are BM Revere Pewter (I asked) - they look the same as last time.

So envious that you get to live there. :)

xo Terri

HRH The Duchess of State said...

dahhling I loved the tour! Nothing as exciting as discovering a new shop in your own city!
Saw more than one thing I very much covet.

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