This past Sunday, Coach and I took advantage of this incredible weather in Boston and headed into town to do a bit of vintage shopping. I mean, guys, this weather, are you kidding me-63 degrees on February 1st!? I had been anxious for quite some time to check out this funky corner shop on Tremont Street called Pioneer Goods Co.
is the son of Amy Chalmers from Maison Decor, and upon entering the shop, you can instantly see how the artistic abilities run deep in this very talented family!
But while Maison Decor celebrated French culture and design, Pioneer Goods Co is showcasing Americana at its best:
Open for less than two years, Pioneer Goods Co. has received many accolades from the press and social media-his own apartment even being recently featured on Apartment Therapy. The shop is filled with incredible American treasures that Justin has collected
using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (he is a stockist, as well, so you can purchase the paint directly from him). Justin has been a life-long antiquer and collector, thanks in part, to his mom, who just has such an eye for the potential beauty in simple objects. This stunning, oversized steamer trunk greets you upon entering the shop-we’ve all see these around, right? Those drab, dark green and gray hulking pieces-but have you even seen them looking like this?
And this month, as a special treat, Amy is bringing Maison Decor to Pioneer Goods in an exclusive pop-up shop, adding some pretty to the pioneer…
The address is 764 Tremont Street, Boston (there is street parking all around the shop) They will be open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12-4 for the winter months (if you can call this winter…),
plus you can shop Pioneer Goods Co online, or if you see something you like in the photos (omg-that trunk!) you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, check it out on Instagram or by calling 857.263.8799. If you are a lover of rustic, rugged New England style, you must…
to Pioneer Goods Co. it is definitely a “must-see-and-shop”…either online or in person. Enjoy this crazy weather everyone…every day like this is just one day closer to spring! Susan