Foundry has been a dream in the making for owner and creator, Yvette Freeman. Half of the brother-sister team of Freeman Development Group, a boutique real estate development firm that has been developing flagship properties in the District for over ten years, Yvette Freeman has recently launched FOUNDRY: Past, Present & Possible, a Parisian Flea Market in the hottest furniture design district in the U Street corridor of Washington, DC.
Known for her “little black dress” design philosophy, FOUNDRY brings unique vintage, industrial and reclaimed statement pieces to the 1522 U ST NW location and positively completes any homes décor.
Today we’re excited that Yvette Freeman has shared some awesome items for our Decorating on a Dime series – check these out!
- cut and mounted on galvanized metal and wheels
- found at restaurant liquidation sale in Washington, DC
- Good for living room shelving, bookshelves or playroom.
- For sale at Foundry for $525
- assembled in galvanized sheet metal casing
- Found: bought at a “container auction” in Pennsylvania
For: clothing or bath storage or entryway or hallway
- Available at Foundry for $295
- Circa 1950’s
- Found at an estate liquidation in Atlanta, GA
- For: decorative – good for theme or game rooms.
- Available at Foundry for $2.00 a piece.
- Circa 1960’s – 1970’s
- Great for bar wear and bathroom accessories (bath soap and bath salts)
- Available at Foundry. Price range: $20-$60
- Mid-century chair frames with upholstered cowhide
- Found: Chair frames found at online auction (Auction Zip) and cowhide bought from an organic farmer in Greenville, SC.
- Available at Foundry for $700
Yvette Freeman is a designer and owner of Foundry in Washington, DC.
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