Friday, November 5, 2010

Flurries Inspire!

All of Door County woke up to snow flurries this morning!
At first I felt that tinge of despair at the bleakness of it all, but after a cup of
coffee I was loving the coziness of it all and remembering what a
different and wonderful this place is during the winter months.
This is when we have our small town community, shared with
only a sprinkling of tourists.
I thought I'd share some wonderful items for sale in the shop that
just adds to the coziness. All these items can be purchased and shipped... and remember, everything is 20% off!Red and white cable knit scarves with huge pom poms on the ends are so soft.
40.00 reg. price.

A very nice selection of Nouvelle fall and winter scented candles.


The nesting instinct sets in this time of year.
We have these organic cotton dining room chairs covers and
ruched cotton napkins.



The sweetest ornaments to mark the season.



Glass ornaments with sparkle and charm




Also, a nice variety of French inspired slate boards in different sizes, all with
a burlap rope for hanging.


And in the vintage department, we are loaded with holiday goodies.
A really lovely selection of vintage handbags, perfect for all the
parties coming up.
Don't you love the travel case with the mirror?


As always, a variety of great restaurant ware.
These mugs are hard to keep in stock.
Also, you can just see the corner of a very large ironstone platter.
I've never seen one like this... with a lovely raised pattern.
By the way, I have been informed that all of my followers and bars have just
been covered up. Over the next week, the blog will be getting a face lift and all will be
well.
Have a cozy day!







2 Comments:

Blogger Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

I luv the vintage beaded hand bags. They remind of the ones my grandmother had. And i also like the glass bird ornaments Thanks for sharing the photos....Julian

November 6, 2010 at 9:39 AM  
Blogger Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

Sorry to bother once again. But I just read your past post on the "Wind Storm 2010" I am sorry about your friends barn. I noticed in one of the photos the cool looking pulley made of iron. She might want to save that becuase they can go for some money. Have a good weekend....

November 6, 2010 at 9:46 AM  

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