Saturday, December 13, 2008

I love chairs and lamps and cupboards and teapots and...



























Oh yes...and did I mention I love lampshades and tables and chandeliers and books and frames and mirrors and...

9 comments:

High Desert Diva said...

Can I just tell you how divine that gold tuffeted chair would look in my bedroom...

dulcy said...

I just want to go where all that stuff is! Actually, I'm heading down to Leola's here in the Ozarks (somewhat similar and wonderful) to do a bit of Christmas shopping. Recycle and/or handmade for the holidays...Yes!!

dulcy

time-worn interiors said...

You are like me, you like a little of everything!! Sisters looked great. I wanna shop!!
Theresa

Greyscale Territory said...

What an amazing collection of fascinating items. I especially love the photo of lots of rusty treasures and the glorious figurine with silvered? material swirled appropriately!

Today is my last day here in this house. After that, I don't know when I may next be online. I have been told I may not be reconnected till next week! Arghhhhhhhh!

So SUPER HUGS! And just want to thank you so much for being a very dear blogging friend!

trash talk said...

Did I mention that I love all of this. That is a fabulous buy on the sink-won't last long. So wish I could come that way. Maybe this summer, she said wistfully! Debbie

bella shabby said...

Thank you for sharing the gorgeous photos. Is everything this wonderful where you live? Sue

lulu Redstar & Lauri Evans said...

I wish my space looked that good!
love it all...
ox lulu

Anita said...

Did you make that lampshade, perhaps? Barb's been rearranging... it looks good. Hopefully people will SHOP LOCAL small independent shops so they can continue to exist. It's just not enough for people to come in and tell you stuff looks cute or steal your ideas. They need to BUY THINGS for these shops to stay open. OK, DOWN off the soapbox. I'm preaching to the choir :)

Anita

Moonlight Hollow Musings said...

Thanks for taking me there! How absolutely wonderful!

Malisa