Just in time for the holidays, a gorgeous antique chest with a fresh, modern facelift!
How beautiful would this chest be with feather tree on top and your favorite vintage ornaments?!
We love this most recent find!
Do you recognize the shape?
This is the top of a granfather clock given a new life as a cabinet.
Want to own a true piece of art?
An outstanding piece of needlework in the original frame and woven by Julia H. Pratt, daughter of Zadoc Pratt of Prattsville, NY.
It is dated around 1850.
You must see this in person to appreciate this magnificent art form!
We are proud to feature a handsomely painted chest of drawer by local artist, Sara Jo Floyd.
Another beautiful end table painted by Sara Jo Floyd.
Cydney's Alley wishes you a warm holiday season surrounded by those you love.
Planning a holiday dinner party and want a fresh look for your dining room?
Stop by to see this gorgeous table and chairs!
Snapshot of the chair upholstery.
New or vintage, we offer many vessels to make your holiday organizing easier.
With such a spiritual time of the year, we have many beautiful religious paintings and prints
to celebrate the season.
Cute puppy and his hydrant!
At a time of year when the garden may have less color, we offer many decorative accents to adorn your garden.
O' come let us adore him.
Freshly painted aqua chest to add a punch of color to your home.
Time for shoppin'?
Go get hoppin'!
How adorable is this eclectic colander and kitchen kitsch lamp?!
Vintage millinery . . . what a unique tree topper this would make
on a vintage fashion tree!
Looking for some gift giving splendor?
We have a beautiful selection of jewels for the discriminating diva.
Ann Taintor ~ perfect gift bags for this special girls in your life.
Need a hostess gift, babysitter or teacher gift?
We love these inspiring journals!
We love this sentiment!
Visits from our favorite customers are the sunshine of our day!
Exquisite hat pins
Fluffing our holiday nest!
Stop by to see our holiday signage and wall hangings to celebrate the season.
Thank you for stopping by to visit!
See you soon in Senoia (Se-No-Ah) ~ charming any way you say it!