This past weekend two friends (Tisha and Patricia) and I went away for a weekend of food, fun, fellowship and shopping! One of my favorite shopping stops was Brandywine View Antiques. Three floors and a wrap-around porch full of treasures!
Tisha found a chair she loved...sadly it wouldn't fit in her car for the trip home!
I love these white cubbies and the metal drawers. Awesome storage options...don't you think!? The typewriter is pretty nice...I think maybe some little fingers got to it at some point.
A bucket of bottles....I love the bucket but it wasn't for sale. How about this green bottle wired to the stick? Love this! I think I'd like to make some for my back yard. Can't you just see a daisy poking out the top of the bottle...or maybe a candle! Hmmm...
I think these door knob stakes are an awesome idea. They would look so nice scattered throughout the yard......on a sunny day there would be sparkle everywhere!
I don't know what it is about wooden blocks but I love them ~ this pile is bright and colorful.
I seriously considered some of these gray crates. Room re-arranging is in my future and they would be perfect in one of the "new rooms". And the theater seats are awesome! Love the color of them ~ and I wish I had a spot for them somewhere!
Hello there Mr Deer.....he's hanging in the corner above the toilet. That might be a little disconcerting. Actually I took this photo for my boss...I wanted to show him other options for displaying his deer head.
I must admit this piece caused me to drool a little bit. Each of those old photos is a drawer...I LOVE drawers! It's my favorite wood finish too! And the cubbies on top are part of the piece! Oh the treasures I could display!
It was obvious that it was after Christmas and their inventory was picked over. When I got home I looked for them on the Internet and found their website...the shop was definitely stuffed full before Christmas! Here's a peek at a tour the owners shared on their website. (This is a fun store...I will return to it!)
As if this place wasn't enough....look what's right next door. They were closed when we got there and we didn't make it back. I can only imagine what's behind that wonderful door! Guess I'll just have to go again!