Thursday, May 26, 2011

End of May, New goodies for June!

Close up view of Floral Design

If you never have enough closet space, add this beautiful piece to your home!  Tall, deep, has a rod for clothing and fine carved detail on the front.  What a find!  Another must have?  Don't share this with your husband or your kids.  Just thinking - how about a crafting cupboard, ready and waiting for your stored supplies.  *SOLD*

Whose little gal is going to serve tea on this little table?  You are about to see a catfight between some grandmothers in our shop after this post.  We will post those photos, too! 
 Tee Hee!

This little table looks just adorable with the rest of the child's furniture. All of this together makes such a great set!!
Okay.....could I just catch the flu or some other ailment so that my family can serve me tea and crumpets on a fancy shmancy wicker tray?  This tray would be so cute resting on your spare bedroom bed waiting for guests with grandmother's cup and saucer and a good romance novel.  Did I mention that if a piece of chocolate could be put on that tray, I'm all yours for the weekend.

"Oh you'll look sweet, upon the seat, of a bicycle built for two"......oops - we actually have two bicycles, but since the song fit, I decided to use it to my advantage.  Girls, you can spray paint these wonderful bicycles in any color, place the bike  in your yard with a floral basket hanging from it, and impress your whole neighborhood.  Hard to find, but we found them.

This two tiered red enamel table is a wonderful find for all those red lovers.  Use this table as an island in your kitchen, a garden table on your porch (just hose the dirt off); a serving table for your patio/deck.  I love it when one piece can serve so many purposes...when you get tired of a kitchen island, move it into another room.

A nice-sized square dining table with two leaves!  Oh the company you can entertain with this beauty.  Oak, heavy and oh, so grand.

Very seldom do we leave our furniture unpainted but why destroy a perfectly stained piece......think of placing this in an entry way with drawers filled with gloves, mittens and scarves, set a lamp on top, add Grandma's old platter to hold keys;   how about extra storage in a bathroom?;  in a dining room to hold all your linens.  And the list goes on and on and on.

Yummy!  On all these rainy days, we all NEED to see a sunny yellow chair with floral fabric placed on the seat.  Place this at your kitchen desk, then smile. Paying those bills wouldn't be so hard if you sit in a yellow chair.

A cute, perfect little sidetable - shabby, of course!  Great size. great finish, great price.

Need a small cabinet for a small space?  This little beauty wins my heart with its size, character and numerous ways to use it.  In my bathroom I could display my towels folded so nicely (does that ever happen?);  as a bedside table in a girlie room filled with the alarm clock, books, water.  Let your imagination roam. Catch the detail added to make this piece even more special.

A scooter, in  good shape but faded to a great "old' red.  You don't have to ride it, but you could hang it on your wall and place a vintage framed photo on the step.  Wouldn't that look so cute?  Your own unique display.

Mailbox.   I know some of you are not old enough to remember how this tin box was used.  Believe it or not, its an old milk box, formerly placed on your porch and filled with gallons of milk from the delivery milkman.  Amazing to me its actually been that long ago. New uses for this hard to find prize:  hang on the wall with garden flowers sprouting out of the top ( you know what else?  Put the florals in a glass canning jar, place canning jar in the tin box, and voila' you are a decorator).  Sorry I got sidetracked.  I could see this sitting on your kitchen counter or home desk holding those dreadful bills and letters.  How about as you come in the front door, filled with umbrellas? 

Special painted stool by our friend Christine.  Add to your vanity, or kitchen island for an extra pop. Amazing what one accent piece can do to your decor.

Try using one of our battery candles inside our canister and watch your table, mantle, shelf come to life.  Beautiful!  Simple!

"Keep Calm and Carry On".  How appropriate this is for any home.  Just remember to listen to what the sign says. When is the last time you were calm?

Ohhhhhhh Marilyn, and our wonderful reproduction couture designs.  What an accent these could be in any bathroom (yes, a black and white bathroom would be wonderful w/old subway tile......when can I begin this project?),  in a bedroom (how romantic) and so beautifully done, tied with a ribbon.  You are going to fall in love with the 50's again.

A Corner Cottage inspired Tee Shirt

  Want to make a big splash when you attend your graduation party, 500 picnic, or going to the movies?  Just in!  These oh-so-soft t'shirts with the most wonderful designs.  Owls, glitzy chandeliers.......what shall you wear? How do you choose?  Picked with you in mind.

We continue to enjoy the creative  workings of our typewriter friend, Kama.  Necklaces, bracelets, hair barettes, and many pieces of reused parts jewelry.We can take special orders on the  vintage letters so don't be dismayed if your "initial" isn't in stock.  Remember these are original typewriter parts, not reproduction pieces.

Brad's prints.  Brad Cook continues to hold us spell bound as he always know what old memory to paint next.  Today we sold 12 of his prints to one person.  Friends stand in his booth and reminisce loudly.  Some share that they "made out"  at certain Noblesville locations and sometimes share more than we need to know!  His prints are updated at least monthly.

So many new things coming in daily!!! Stop in to see us, and remember we post new product frequently on Facebook! :)

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