Happy Friday everyone! We had a really busy weekend last week and a pretty busy week this week restocking and getting everything rearranged. So, I thought I would snap a few photos of the new stuff at the shoppe this week... a little tour if you will.
The barn wood rope boards are one of Mr. Hughes' original designs... he made one for a display once and since then he had several requests to make others.
I ordered bunches of dried lavender and billy buttons as well.... I like the way they look in the burlap bags.
We had these old smaller jars with zinc lids hanging around, so I filled them up with some organic lavender.... if you give them a little shake and then open the lid, the whole space smells like lavender!
I haven't been posting photos of my furniture pieces here as much... only because Facebook is a fast little way to do that. A few of you have asked though, so I thought I would share the most recent pieces that I finished this week:
And Harriet (named after a favorite book of mine as a child!)
I get quite a few requests for dressers of this size... because they are so versatile, AND because they are a great height for a changing table! I love to know when my pieces are going to be used in nurseries!
Have a great weekend everyone! I will be back next week with a winner for the Sweet Little Giveaway... you have until Sunday night to enter!
bye for now~
I could get lost in your shoppe all day, very easily!!! It's a good thing that you're in TN! lol! Love your style as I'm a vintage junky too! :)Alyssa of Boston BeeReplyDelete
It looks fabulous! I have a big jar of lavender that I open in my studio and love the scent too! It's good to be busy!ReplyDelete
It truly makes me sad that I am so far away and not able to stop in to visit!! There is eye candy everywhere....you and the hubs are a SUPER duo ;)ReplyDelete
Harriet? Is she spying on anyone? Does she have friend named Sport or Janie? Hmmmmm.....ReplyDelete
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The shoppe looks amazing Michelle! Glad to hear that business is booming!ReplyDelete
You have a great eye for design and color and it shows in the way you have everything displayed so creatively in your shop! I love the sweet little mint green table with casters in that first photo!ReplyDelete
Michelle, I SO wish I lived in Tennessee so I could come visit the shop in person! It looks fantastic :)ReplyDelete
gorgeous! gorgeous! your furniture must fly out the door!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your weekend!
I love the three dressers...and their names! Too bad I live in Maryland.ReplyDelete
By any chance do you remember the name of your wall paint? It's beautiful.
I went back and checked older postings to see if you had mentioned it but couldn't find anything.
I love blue gray walls.
Hey Tery H, I happend to JUST get done devouring her entire blog and read on one of her posts that she calls the paint "Vintage Map". Not sure where I read it in here at the moment? She made the color herself was in Benjamin Moore paints. Maybe she will give you the color code?!Delete
It all looks great -- very pretty arrangements that I'm sure are going to have you restocking again very soon! Love that old bird cage and all of the lavender!ReplyDelete
Everything looks so wonderful and lovely!ReplyDelete
I am going to suggest to Thomas that we take a road trip to TN! I adore your shop and your staging skills. I have an antique vanity that could use your magic painting touch.
What a sweet little shop you have!! I love just about everything in there:):):) Wish I lived closer!!ReplyDelete
I love Franklin, Tn and now I really want to get back out there again...ReplyDelete
your shop looks wonderful !
Good job- love the display with rope board your husband made and the botanicals
are right up my alley.
Those are some great pieces. Just found your blog through TLC. Lucky you for being featured there! Your stuff is fabulous.ReplyDelete
oh wow!! great stuff and you are pretty close to us, maybe one day soon we can visit!!!!ReplyDelete