Shopping Verdigris of OKC

October 7, 2014

By Tab Byrum

Yesterday we talked about the design trend of Industrial Design, and that got me thinking about a shop here in Oklahoma City that Michael and I recently visited called Verdigris.  Verdigris is one of those shops that has some of everything, if you have a creative mind this is like being a kid in a candy store.  It’s located in downtown OKC in an area called Mid-town, a very up and coming part of Downtown Oklahoma City.

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Join me today as I take you on a tour of Verdigris and all they have to offer.  Be inspired and Enjoy!!!

 

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 Bins and bins of “stuff”

 

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There are lots of these corbels that would look great in the kitchen holding open concept shelving. 

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I LOVE drawers, and this old card catalog fits the bill.

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This is the shop that inspired the “Decorating With Maps” post several weeks ago.

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You see these large sign letters in lots of magazines being used in decorating. 

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There are a pair of these caned back chairs, with some new up to date fabric
they would make great bedroom chairs or occasional chairs in a living room.

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This old wooden cog is a piece of sculpture all by itself, so sharp hanging on a wall.

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Lots of potential table lamp bases in this collection of brass candlesticks. 

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Check out these hanging light fixtures made from drums, perfect for that musician in your life.

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Another great pair of chairs, new fabric and maybe paint them a color 
and you’ve got a whole new look. 

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In the right space this bicycle wheel sculpture would be fab.

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Great storage in this old Post Office box. 

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This red child’s chair reminds me of a black one we all used as kids at my Grandma’s house. 

Remember to think outside of the box, there’s potential in lots of things and repurposing is awesome if it’s a look you like. 

All photos are my own.

 

 

 

 

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