Wednesday, June 1, 2011


 Jules & Luna is the creative outlet of mother & daughter team, Christina & Courtney. Almost two years ago, on a whim we opened a shop, Saturday Morning Curiosities, in a sleepy little New England town. Over this time we have slowly developed from a 'mish mash' shop that included antiques, locally crafted goods, vintage & second hand clothing & eco products to what we are now. Over the next month we will become Jules & Luna, an interiors shop. We are so excited about this because we have pinpointed our passion & now will be following it with full force. 
We are going to use this blog so you can follow our journey on this new venture, including bringing you on the hunt to find fabulous pieces, researching them, seeing our progress on various projects, as well as sharing the things that inspire us. Here you will be able to see furniture, lighting & other home decor before we put them out in our shop or list them in our etsy store.

Some things that we love...

All things vintage & antique

Interior decorating

Hunting for treasure (We are spoiled to live 10 minutes from the infamous Brimfield Flea Market but find our real treasures in other places)

Julian (our cat)

Good food (especially Italian food  :) )

Being creative

Traveling (especially to Europe, the UK, & Montreal)

Carla Bruni, Solas, Tinchy Stryder, One Republic, The Saw Doctors, The Beatles, & Lil Wayne



Craft Beer

& Our six beautiful Ameraucana chickens

 So, anyways while out recently we found a pair of vintage chairs that would seem to fall under the slipper chair category. We are now on the quest to find out more about them...

We also found a Victorian Eastlake settee/ sofa which was wider than any we’ve come across before which is why it appealed to us. The wood looked as if it had received the pickled treatment, but after a good rub with lemon oil it seems it had only started to dry out. It is now restored to a beautiful deep finish. Next we are going to try our hand with a little upholstery cleaning with our newly purchased Little Green...we’ll let you know how that works out.

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