Published on October 19, 2012
Back in the spring of 2012 Steve and I had a very cool thing happen. We were approached by a writer for the Maine Antique Digest, one of the long-lived and venerable trade journals of the antiques business. He said he would like to do a story about us. He said he was interested in us because we are “not eighty.” We were flattered and excited.
Several weeks later he (Frank Donegan, a lovely man) came to our house and we spent an enjoyable several hours talking and laughing. Reminiscing about how the business used to be, how Hudson used…READ MORE
Published on April 21, 2012
Today was the first official day of the show at Antique & Design Center, High Point NC. Below are a few pictures from our booth.
Tomorrow morning is a big event – the beginning of ADC’s VandM-sponsored lecture series for this Market, kicked off by Leslie Carothers and Jennifer Mehditash’s talk on Pinterest + Olioboard: From Inspiration to Income, at 10am in the Mezzanine lecture area. Steve and I are hosting breakfast to accompany the talk, and are so excited to be partnering (working in tandem!) with our colleagues on this event. We hope to see you there!
Published on February 2, 2012
Sometimes, when you’re close to something for a long time, you stop really seeing it. Do you know what I mean?
(from letterpress on etsy)
14 years ago Steven and I named our business Tandem Antiques. The idea was all about us working together, using the strengths, talents and pedaling abilities of each of us to keep the thing moving forward. A charming and apt metaphor, then and now.
But familiarity breeds…if not contempt, invisibility. So as I created my Survey for Designers and other customers, and began to articulate my desire to become a more valuable resource…READ MORE