Oct 6, 2008

Mockingbird Manor

This weekend I flew to Oklahoma for a friend's wedding.  Well, I just can't go to Oklahoma City without a "quick" trip to my favorite store, Mockingbird Manor.  M.M. is a treasure trove of antique, vintage, and new finds displayed by various vendors but without the antique mall feel. The above picture is the of the entry (it is a converted house) and I wanted that parson's desk soooo badly (alas it was already sold).  


I always like the styling of the front entry.  Desk shot again.  

The other side of the entry.  

 
There is a kitchen upstairs that used to be a vendor's space, but it looks as if a Designer has made a small office out of it, what a great place to work!  

I love seeing how other Designers organize all the unruly swatches, books, loose tiles, etc.! 

I really apologize for the lack of pictures!  You'll just have to go visit it in person.  

Mockingbird Manor 
4417 N. Western Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73118 

5 comments:

Mango Gal said...

These images are so beautiful! It feels so cozy!

abrookea said...

Gorgeous! Love the mirror. But hey, I need help! I dont know where to post/email these requests...but Im hoping my new favorite home blog site can help me! I just moved into a new home and instead of following my original instinct to do a black and white bedroom, I bought black and gold furniture/bed frame. Now Im stuck with a room I CANNOT make pretty! Do you have any suggestions/pictures of a great black and gold bedroom I can work with? Im so frustrated!

My Notting Hill said...

Looks like a great store. Love all the plantation shutters in the background.

Lauren said...

Abrookea, check out coco+kelley's post on green paired with gold and black, I think that could be very chic!

http://cocokelley.blogspot.com/2008/10/gilded-green.html

Lauren said...

Abrookea, check out coco+kelley's post on green paired with gold and black, I think that could be very chic!

http://cocokelley.blogspot.com/2008/10/gilded-green.html