Redefining the vintage industrial loft look, Atlanta-based BoBo Intriguing Objects showcases their newest collections of antiques and artifacts from Europe (along with their own original designs) in the old High Point Jail building. The rustic tables, retro signage and Gustavian antiques mingle with industrial artifacts and new designs from BoBo.
Mercury glass mirrors, Belgian baskets and handtools are artfully aged and have a perfect patination. The new upholstery is all made in the US and upholstered in Belgian linen.
Remarkably, this entire building (3 floors and a basement) is empty most of the year until the BoBo's team — led by owners Mark Sage and Rudy Njissen — transforms it during Market weeks (twice a year). Wholesale pricing — not to be missed!
You've seen wares from BoBo Intriguing Objects in the re-vamped Restoration Hardware and John Derian's flagship stores in NoHo.
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Images: Aaron Able