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!
I spy with my little eye a painted white floor, no? I could spend and entire wandering through there.-Rene
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?xo
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
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.
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...
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 ~Sarah
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!
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!Bella
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!! :-)xoxoJanie
Not sure how I missedthis post, except thatmy folks didn't have internet until late Sunday evening and wearrived on the 5th.....HOW could I possiblychoose ONE item fromthis place??? I waswondering the entiretime I scrolled throughthe pics which itemsYOU chose????Do tell!Will look forward toseeing what you bought.We are off the beach,today; hope yours willbe lovely, too!xx Suzanne
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!
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 ♥
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
So much eye candy. I loved the old door, did you bring home any goodies? Kathysue
There is so much to love --- the dolphin fountain, the silver trays, the chandelier....if only I had room for it all!!!!xo Elizabeth
Oh boy! I would love to spend the afternoon browsing at this wonderful store! I just can't get over that chandelier-how fun!
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 :)**CHRIS**
* You have such a beautiful blog and such inspirational photos! Thanks for the eye candy!*~Rachel:)
We have Alpacas by us, are they not the cutest!Happy Stitching!Kim
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