Lately I've been seeing a lot more barley twist and spool turned legs on new furniture at Pottery Barn and the likes. It's such a gorgeous detail, and you don't need to buy a new piece of furniture to get it. There are many many wonderful examples from c.1870-1930 on the market today.
I think I'll eventually buy myself a spool turned bed for either the master bedroom or the guest bedroom.
I hope you're Thanksgiving was pleasant, and that you all go out shopping tomorrow to support small business Saturday!!
|I absolutely adore this spool turned bed. If I could find one like this for a reasonable price, I would definitely swap out my boring old maple bed in my master bedroom.|
|A sweet spool turned whatnot shelf painted a fresh white is creatively decorated with color vintage accessories here.|
|A gorgeous reproduction spool turned bed with matching nightstand here would like right at home in any cottage bedroom|
|This is a spectacular kitchen and the barley twist barstools compliment it nicely.|
|A massive antique barley twist refectory table. be still my heart.|
|Such a gorgeous antique desk made all the more handsome with intricate and bold barley twist legs.|
|A perfectly adorable coffee table with dove gray base and barley twist legs.|
|Love this barley twist lamp!|
|Such a sweet spool turned chair.|
|Look at this gorgeous daguerreotype of a little girl in a wool dress lounging in a spool turned chair.|
|Wisteria is obviously fully aware of the trend, pairing a spool turned chair with a barley twist desk!|