Welcome to Market Street Artisans
Welcome to our blog. We are a retailer featuring new and re-purposed home furnishing along with Amy Howard At Home products and DIY workshops teaching finishing techniques for furniture and accessories/design studio. Prior to finding Amy Howard At Home's product line, we worked with many other paint products. We discovered Amy Howard At Home during the 2013 Home Furnishings Market in High Point, North Carolina. We were amazed at the depth of her product line and decided at that point to…
Verre Eglomise Mirror Attributed to Maison Jansen
View this item and discover similar for sale at 1stdibs - Verre églomisé octagonal mirror frame that literally reflects the technique that dates back to the pre-Roman eras. A fantastic mirror that combines reverse
Mirror Mirror... (Aging Tutorial)
Photo via HomeIdeasMag.com I’ve long loved the look of old mirrors, that effect of random pitting and flaking of the silvering, which shows little glimpses of the backing material. While I could always find actual antique mirrors for my purposes, they’re often A) rather expensive and B) hit and miss to be able to find just the right size/shape/weathering level for a particular project. I knew that there had to be a way of recreating this look and, after a bit of researching, I discovered…
Create a Shabby Chateau Finish
Makeover and upcycle thrifted home decor into vintage, shabby chateau pieces with this tutorial using Iron Orchid Designs Decor Moulds and Stamps.
Elegant Floral Eglomise Mirror
Elegant Floral Eglomise Mirror in Reverse Painted Eglomise, probably French, believed to be circa 1930's, possibly earlier. Executed in reverse painted and silver leafed glass in a wooden frame. While not exactly a mirror, the silver leafed portions are reflective.
Reflecting on the Possibilities: Patterned Mirrors
Royal Design Studio offers a unique Virtual Workshop that shares the secrets to easy, beautiful, DIY stenciled and patterned mirrors.
Lace Printed Mirror
Mirror-tique owner Jamie Jaffe has long been inspired by the unique textures and colors of glass. In fact, he spent years working in his family's art gallery, learning the know-how of glass blowing. Shifting his focus to mirrors, he began to create original designs for the home like this framed beauty, characterized by a weathered patina that's created using antique lace and colorful dyes. No two are exactly alike Hanging hardware required Glass, iron, wood Handmade in USA This item is…