Sunday, September 9, 2012

Window Shopping

With the garage cleaned up I am now on a mission to get some of my projects completed that are out there. To do that though involved a trip to the local antique shop. I knew it would be tempting to shop because who could resist but my friend Kele and I will be heading to Round Top in a few weeks so I knew I could only window shop.
Meet Claudine! She will be our guide today!;) She was quite amusing to say the least.
Her space was full of romantic beauty.
I loved this chest.
Littliest said I needed this cabinet to keep all my paint supplies in. I agree! It is fabulous.
Some antique bread boards.
This is a beautiful table but I think it may sit there awhile due to its size. Can you imagine how large of a dining room you would have to have to fit this piece!?
I thought this bed was beautiful.
A conversation piece.
A nice pop of color.
I fell head over heels for this china!! I so wanted to bring at least a few pieces home. They would have been perfect for decorating the dining room for fall. The pricing was a tad confusing though. One of pieces said 78 pieces with the number $109 which was an awesome deal but still more than I wanted to spend and more pieces than I needed. Then another sticker said 78 pieces for $399. I was confused and wish it was sold by the piece so it all stayed behind. I might try and see if I can find some on Ebay. The seller said they were imported from England. I should have taken a pic of the pattern on the bottom.
I am not usually a bright colored fan on pieces like this but this piece was gorgeous!!
This was a another piece I just loved. Super cute indeed. I wish I could figure out how to do transfers like that.
A great roo picture.
This space was full of shabby goodness and if I wasn't saving I could have brought home a few things for sure from this space.
I loved this little stool. I am looking for one for in the half bath to hold a basket. I kept telling myself that I would find something even better at Round Top.

I was amazed that almost every space was full at the antique shop. Back in the spring it was so empty. If it was not 45 minutes away from our house I would look into renting a space here.

Anyways,the hunt for paint was fruitless pretty much. All the colors I needed were sold out. I did purchase a can of milk paint to play with though. I have  never used it before and so I was intrigued. I will share my thoughts on it once I get further along with the piece I am using it on.

Don't forget to check out Treasure Hunt Thursday! We are only 12 away from reaching 100 party goers!! It will be a first. Also if you are in the mood to shop I just recently put a lot of items on special in my shop Finch & Co. Designs as a thank you for the support! New goodies are on the way! Ol' Bessie is sold out once again so I will be placing another order for her soon. If you are interested in pre ordering one let me know.

Hope your weekend is going well!


19 comments:

  1. What a great place, Pamela! I don't know how you restrained yourself from buying something. : ) I noticed they had some pretty interesting floors in there, too. Were they painted designs?

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  2. Can you share with us where this great mall is located?

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  3. Weezer it is The Antique Gallery in Houston, Tx.

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  4. Oooh...lovin' that headboard! Thanks for the peek, Pamela! I did a lot of virtual shopping and spent some big virtual dough! lol Happy Sunday!...hugs...Debbie

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  5. Wow, Pamela, this place is awesome! I see so many pretties!!! I really love the furniture pieces. That chair reminds me of the ones that Restoration Hardware came out with...basically, taken down to the frame. I would love to visit there on my next trip down!

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  6. what a great antique mall. I saw so many things I'd love to take home!!

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  7. You always find the best stuff and the best places to look for treasures!

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  8. I just spent a boatload of virtual monkey! Gorgeous eye candy!

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  9. I am really loving that large farm table but would not fit in my dining area.

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  10. What a fabulous place! I LOVE LOVE that green hutch!

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  11. While I was looking at your pictures I was singing a song in my head .... Heaven I'm in heaven.....

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  12. Cute shop. Love the roo picture. Was it expensive? You are going to Round Top. lucky you.

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  13. Pamela...you are the lucky one going to Round Top!! One day I shall make it there...that antique mall is wonderful...!!

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  14. Lots of inspiration here! Thanks for sharing this, Pamela! I have Round Top envy! Have fun! Take lots of pictures! The piece with the harlequin pattern is amazing! I see so many things I love!

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  15. What a great place to shop!! I would have had a great time there!!

    Thanks so much for sharing!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  16. This was such a wonderful tour, Pamela! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  17. What a lovely store I saw so many things I would like to have to. Thanks for the shopping trip.
    Have a great day.
    Denise

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  18. I can see that great long table on a porch or patio. A head table at a wedding. It's wonderful

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