Friday, 12 August 2011

Au Facteur Cheval, à l'intérieur



Anything you fancy at Au Facteur Cheval antiques?

30 comments:

Olivier said...

ah j'adore ce clavier, si je vivais pas dans un studio, j'adorerais avoir un vieux piano (meme si je ne sais joue que la lettre a elise ;o)) )

ρομπερτ said...

Would love to dance one of those ancient dances along with music being played at the piaono.


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T. Becque said...

Why yes, I see several things I'd fancy. And I love the light in these photos!

Jack said...

Not yet, but keep going . . .

I just got rid of a piano. We bought it 20+ years ago in hopes that our kids would love playing it, but they didn't. Now I want the space for a good computer desk.

1ondoncalling said...

Looks like a great place for antique hunting!

Sharon said...

Beautiful shots, Ciel. I love the light falling across the scene and the lovely yellows and reds.

Sharon

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Those two chairs would do for starters Ciel!! So excited to see more.We have a serious lack of antiques here in Perth and what you can find is outrageously expensive. Have a great weekend!

Randy said...

Do they ship!

Woody said...

My son would like the piano, but the shipping might be a bit tricky.

Bob Crowe said...

Yes! I want the harpsichord! I had a good friend in college who went to law school at Emory in Atlanta while I stayed at St. Louis U. I'd go down to visit occasionally. Her first roommate, whose father was a dentist, had made her a perfect harpsichord using dental tools. I was green with envy.

Thirtytwo degrees said...

I especially like those selections. Great choices!

Jimmy said...

To be frank - I don't like this type of decoration. Although, if you're into it, it might appeal to you, a lot. :) Good work.

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VP said...

Wonderful shop, a real paradise for photographers...

Malyss said...

Vu que le clavecin et les deux fauteuils ont dejà ete pris, je me contenterai de la petite vitrine au fond..

Cergie said...

Ici facteur est sans doute employé ds l'autre sens du terme > facteur d'orgue ? Cheval renvoit-il à Ferdinand de Hauterives ds la Drôme (nous y sommes passés cet été mais j'ai déjà publié dessus)
J'aime bcp ces deux images d'intérieur. Un clavecin c'est la chienlit car ça se désaccorde tout le temps. Mais bon est ce que l'on joue des instruments ou ils servent de décor ?

Bergson said...

je prends les fauteuil et je laisee le piano à Delphinium

Halcyon said...

Beautiful! The light is perfect. :)

JM said...

Beautiful! Both compositions are lovely, Ciel.

Birdman said...

Well, I need stuff but not this piano.

Tanya said...

i'll take one of everything! love those pink chairs! that piano is gorgeous!!

Thérèse said...

J'aimerais bien pouvoir me débarasser d'un ou deux trucs qui iraient bien avec ce style... dommage pour les distances.

Francisca said...

The piano... but there's not a square millimeter of room left in our house. Not too often you see a hand-painted decorated piano these days.

Tammie Lee said...

I love the painting on the pieano!

Andrew said...

A wonderful place.
Your images have a beautiful feel to them...lovely composures

joo said...

Eh, I wish I could play this gorgeous instrument!

Small City Scenes said...

I need more time to look around although I love what I see so far. MB

Gunn said...

I think I could have spent quite some time in here....

Jacob said...

I want that piano. But I think I'd need to get a loan from Wells Fargo Bank! And that ain't gonna happen!

Hope your weekend is going well!

EG Wow said...

I'm surprised they keep the fabric chairs in the sun where they might fade. Looks like the shop is packed with goodies.

Becky said...

What a gorgeous piano!