Hey there -
I have some more pictures from the weekend to show you all with the intent to get your creative juices flowing for your be-here-before-you-know-it fall decorating. Yesterday was Part I…today is the finale.
I did notice that a notification email of my post that usually goes out around 1:30 a.m. PT did not show up so many of you who subscribe via email mostly likely did not see yesterday’s post – so be sure to check those out too.
Here are the rest of the pictures I took. Of course, once I got home and loaded them in my computer, I noticed that there were things I missed.
- But I wouldn’t want to bore you with too many either!
Here is Parlor, and some awesome signs my friend, Jean, made…
A few pictures of my equestrian décor…
Unfortunately, I failed to get some pictures of the furniture in this section of the store.
The turquoise saddle was one of the first things to go that morning.
Vintage Pendleton blankets (that are made right here in Oregon) and some bittersweet stems.
The farm table you see here, and the one you may have spotted yesterday, were both made for me locally. I paired the one below with a retired Restoration Hardware hutch that you can see in the background.
This Aggravation game board was made by my dad. We have one at home and play it all the time – probably four nights a week. Joey and I get a little competitive with it so it usually turns into “Best of 5” mini-tournament each evening.
The Ellipse baskets you see here were handwoven and are beautiful. They hold a lot and would be perfect with fruits and vegetables on the table throughout the season.
I also have preserved bundles of three different kinds of wheat throughout the store.
I had to bring in some filberts from our orchard for the occasion. Just a few here and there…
The Creamware platters and cast iron acorns create a beautiful display on the Restoration Hardware hutch. ..
Be still my heart.
Vintage reproduction filigree cases and pocket watch trinket boxes…
My “Back To School” section of chalkboard slates, ruler vases, magnifying glasses, vintage style flash cards, chemistry flask water carafes…
…and a world map recycled canvas pillow (soooo cool!)
And even if you are not a rooster fan, you have to appreciate this stainless steel weathervane….
Vintage wooden apples with leather stems, paired with a cast iron rooster door stop…
The Throwback with barware and accessories…
I started carrying the Kitchen Papers by Cake line about a month ago.
For those of you not familiar with them, they are disposable – but high quality – paper placemats. 50 pages per pack and they come in some really fun patterns.
And my Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint display (which is hard to see at this angle.)
I love this faux olive wreath…
Well, that is it. I missed a lot, but I’m sure you got the picture. Quite a bit sold on Saturday so I’ll be back this week to add some things and rearrange a little.
Hopefully something here will inspire you.
Just a few weeks away until the “decorating season” begins. Are you ready?
And not to freak you out or anything, but my big Christmas shipment arrives in two weeks – and will be in the store sometime late September.
But don’t freak out, just…