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Monday, August 15, 2011

A Summer Visit To Country Roads Antiques

I have been absent due to a little knee surgery but before the surgery I had a chance
to do one of my favorite things on a Saturday or Sunday.  I drove down to Old
Town Orange to visit with Sue at Country Roads Antiques.

Her store always has so many fun and wonderful things to look at and it sets the
imagination in high gear.  My last visit was no exception.  I thought you might like
to see some of her current treasures(although by now I know she already has
even more new treasures to find)...

I think this would be wonderful with a butcher block top...

Interesting lights and chandeliers are everywhere...

What a wonderful birdhouse.  One of many...

One of the fun things about Country Roads Antiques is that it's huge. You really have
to walk around several times and go through room after room because each time you
will be amazed at all the things you missed on your first walk. Just as I began to take
pictures so many people appeared and I didn't want to get in the way of their shopping
so be sure to go to her site to see more wonderful treasures. The store is also full of
some great industrial pieces right now.

Have a wonderful week.


La Dolfina said...

Oh la la, you brought back memories from my visit there in March!
I love that place... oh how I wish I were with you S!
So happy to see this new post telling me that you are up and around and feeling like your old self again!
I'll call you later...
Wishing you a strong and healthy week ahead.
Much love,

Bohemian said...

AMAZING selection of Found Treasures... I could spend all day browsing a Shop like this and delighting my eyes... and draining my wallet *winks*...

Dawn... The Bohemian

Acquired Objects said...

What a wonderful shop lucky you! I want that chair in the first picture! I hope your knee is well on the way to recovery, take care of yourself!

A Cozy Cottage in the City said...

Hello! I have yet to stop by this place in southern Cali. Thanks for sharing - I may take a trip to the OC to visit all the other antique shops too. ;) Have a great week!


Kathysue said...

Hi Susan, I did not know you had knee surgery, I had knee surgery myself so I know all about the therapy etc. Take care!! What a lovely shop and it does look like a very special place. The last bird cage you showed is just like the one I have in my family room!! xo Kathysue

Sue said...

Thanks for the great post about my store! It is always fun for me to see pictures of the things we have through another's photos! Hope you knee is doing better.

Take care, Sue

Pondside said...

Ten minutes.
Just let me have ten minutes in that store - please.

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

I'm glad your surgery is done and you are on your way to recovery. Hope it goes fast and well! And yes - some great finds here!

Blondie's Journal said...

What a wonderful shop to visit! I saw several things I would call real treasures. Too bad I live so far away!! Love the dining table and chairs and the cushioned wicker chair, they belong in my home!!

Visiting for the first have a lovely blog!!


atelier de campagne said...

Oh, wonderful treasures! I hope to see you at Long Beach! We will be there.



Olga said...

Wow, so many interesting and unique items. I would love to visit a place like that.
I hope your surgery went well. I wish you a speedy recovery.

French-Kissed said...

An amazing abundance of treasures! I think I could lost in there for hours.


Olive Cooper said...

Lots of curvy french stuff in there. I know way to much about knee surgery so I hope you are up and about and having good physical therapy. hugs♥O

once in a blue moon said...

another fun outting for you, i spied a few things i could have a hankering for :)

hope you are out and about and healing up well, thanks for sharing the pretties~

Shannon@Cozy Home Scenes said...

What a wonderful place to spend some time to find that special thing you have been longing for! There are many unique treasures that I would love to have in our house.

Privet and Holly said...

Hope you are
back on your
feet and feeling
fine this week, Susan!
I have to admit,
my pulse started to
race when I saw
that little desk with
the cane accents and
sweet carving at the
top....WOW. I love
a huge antique mall.
It's like a treasure
hunt! Happy Weekend!
xx Suzanne

Stephanie Lloyd said...

Nice Things! It would be hard to choose between the Frenchy furniture
and the metal #5 cart on wheels.
It's fun to see it all through your eyes.


A Rosy Note said...

Oh, Susan, that looks like a wonderful shop, full of great things. I just love that picnic type basket...the one with the corks on top of it. I have a thing for containers. Hope you're on the mend and doing well :)

NanaDiana said...

OMGoodness! Did you feel like you had died and gone to Shabby Heaven On Earth? I love it!

I do hope you are recovering and feeling better! xo Diana