Blooming Rose

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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Country Roads Antiques

As promised, more from Country Roads Antiques...

Well, there's more to show but I think I'll save it for the next post.

Have you found anything you like, so far?


Pondside said...

Where to start?
The blue enamel pitcher (I have one, but who wouldn't take another?) and the coffee pot. Nothing at all like this shop up here. The Great Dane is a very good sport - there may be a thinly disguised (as tourism!) antiquing trip in his future!

Rene said...

I spy with my little eye a painted white floor, no? I could spend and entire wandering through there.


La Dolfina said...

Oh those large tomes and that dolphin fountain!!! Oh me oh my!!
Thanks for all the wonderful photos.
Did you get anything or take it all home on your camera?

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Well, I could start with that white wicker rocker, many of the dishes, the large mirror next to the mantle.... and what did you go home with? Linda

Jacqueline said...

What did you get???? I don't think I could have left that store empty handed! Everything was gorgeous. I would love to find a fun store like that around here.

Love of the Sea said...

Hi there - thanks for joining my blog! I just joined yours and look forward to enjoying your posts...I will have to say that this place looks amazing. I would love to have that big clam shell. There are some amazing places...I think this will be worth a stop on my next visit to California...

Anonymous said...

Thanks for stopping by my yellow house - I'm so glad you did...I always love to meet new gals who love the same things I do!
I could spend hours in this shop and dream of owning one just like it one day...did you get anything?
I see so many things I wouldn't know where to start - or stop!
Have a great weekend ~

Frog Hollow Farm Girl said...

Hi, I just wanted to thank you for stopping by my Cape May blog and leaving such a nice comment - I really appreciate every time a blogger takes the time to leave one! These photos are just wonderful - where is this antique store?? There are so many things that caught my eye: the silver trays, the double sided wash basin, the yellow metal bench, and the chandelier for starters!! I look forward to seeing you at Frog Hollow Farm!! Ciao, bella!

Bella said...

Oh my goodness there are way to many gotta have things here... I would need a truck! Top goodies for me are that wicker rocker, and the chandelier, wow what a beauty!Thanks for sharing, I'll have to come back to see more, So I am your newest follower!
Thanks for the visit!

Blondie's Journal said...

Wow!! Picture after picture of fantastic stuff. I would have had to bring a truck! Love the bright yellow wrought iron bench but I have to say all the whites really made me smile. What a great time you must have had!!

Hope you have a wonderful week and I look forward to seeing the rest of your pics!! :-)


Privet and Holly said...

Not sure how I missed
this post, except that
my folks didn't have
internet until late
Sunday evening and we
arrived on the 5th.....
HOW could I possibly
choose ONE item from
this place??? I was
wondering the entire
time I scrolled through
the pics which items
YOU chose????Do tell!
Will look forward to
seeing what you bought.
We are off the beach,
today; hope yours will
be lovely, too!
xx Suzanne

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I love the white wicker rocking chair and the angel statue and all the red and yellow items :) I could browse in a shop like this all day!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

WOW! I see so many beautiful things! I love the little wicker chair and bassinette in the first photo...and I see a stack of books I love and a baby buggy! So many pretty things! I would go nuts! lol ♥

Colette said...

Adore the huge Fleur de Lis..would grab them in a minute..I could spend the whole day in this shop...thank you for sharing Colette x

Kathysue said...

So much eye candy. I loved the old door, did you bring home any goodies? Kathysue

pretty pink tulips said...

There is so much to love --- the dolphin fountain, the silver trays, the chandelier....if only I had room for it all!!!!

xo Elizabeth

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Oh boy! I would love to spend the afternoon browsing at this wonderful store! I just can't get over that chandelier-how fun!

Red Gate Farm said...

All I can say is WOW - I could spend a couple of days (and dollars) in a place like this. First I saw the yellow iron bench and thought I want that...then I saw the PINK (at least it looked pink in the picture) metal glider!! I have wanted one of these forever... and the metal chair... well I have 2 of those already! Old metal lawn/porch furniture must not have been popular in this part of the country (or it all rusted :(). Looking forward to checking out more of your blog :)

* French at Heart * said...

* You have such a beautiful blog and such inspirational photos! Thanks for the eye candy!*~Rachel:)

kim@atascaderosewingandvacuum said...

We have Alpacas by us, are they not the cutest!
Happy Stitching!