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Friday, July 27, 2012

My Visit to VIGNETTES at Ocean Beach




Even when you've heard of it, seen pictures, and already know it's going to be great, there's really no way to be prepared for Vignettes at Ocean Beach, San Diego.



Just peeking in the windows, you know you're in for something fantastatic.







Just enter the front door and hold on to your hat!




























Sensory overload!!!!

































I even got to see that painted upholstery thing! Very cool!
























































Hat box.





































"Now this is cool. . . . Very cool," said Mr. Cottage of these mason jars on stems.
































There is a set of four of these. Ask me if I like them.






Oh my, visit if you ever can!
Me? I have to go get back in my body now!
Back soon,

Jacqueline



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37 comments:

  1. WOW- AWESOME!!!!!

    And I just love OB and PB area. My daughter lived in both those places too- peeps move a lot in SoCal, least SHE did.

    LOVE your pics, I left drool marks all over my desk looking at it!

    Thanks, Jacqueline!

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  2. I had sensory overload just with this post! :-/ I would have had spasms if I'd been there in person. Those mason jars on stems are called cowgirl wineglasses I've heard LOL too funny...lots one can do with them too. This post was beautiful!

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  3. WOW...incredible!! I think your words 'sensory overload' just about describe it!! Joan

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  4. awesome shop, jacqueline!! happy weekend!

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  5. You are one lucky gal to get to see all that loveliness. I would definitely be on sensory overload and would probably have to be carried out on a stretcher!

    hugs
    Sissie

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  6. Oh my,how I wish I could visit there. x

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  7. Thank you so much for this wonderful picture packed post!
    Living in England it would be dream to visit Vignette and i have browsed their website for hours upon end but now thanks to you i feel like i have had a really good peek around at all the wonderful beautiful things they have to offer,did you like those dishes? ;) x

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  8. ...oh my!
    that seahorse shell plaque was GORGEOUS!! ~and i adore the simple, lightweight "sharkbite" cotton shirts too:)
    thanks for sharing your visit with us, it was almost like being there ~ almost!
    xo, Rosemary

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  9. Okay...I'm coming up for air now. I was drowning in a sea of beauty and the shell art almost gave me the bends! Creativity out the wazoon!
    Speaking of creativity...you know that A. Hepburn quote...girl you need to pay close attention to the words and submit these photos to one of the shelter mags. Every one of them is stunning!
    Deb
    P.S. I will now resume licking the monitor!

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  10. Which one do I like.. No way could I decide. I was so loving every roll of the mouse. It is beautiful.. all of it.. complete enjoyment.. Hugs, Cindy

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  11. Oh my goodness absolutely stunningly beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing all of the yumminess with us!

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  12. Lovely photos yesterday and today, Jacqueline..I am enjoying your visit in SD..
    Thanks for posting.
    ~betty

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  13. OMG, everything is absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing such beauty!!!
    Daphne

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  14. what an incredible store, I think I "pinned" most of this post! loved going along with you for the trip!!

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  15. Oh, la la! Yes, adding this one to my travel list should I ever get myself back to CA. Love those plates! Will we see them at Cabin & Cottage? .........Sarah

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  16. Jacqueline,
    Exquisite! So~o~o much to see!!! I saw an alarm clock similar to one my Grandmother had!!! Thank you for taking us on the Tour with you!
    I adore that your Mister enjoyed himself, as well! Have a fabulous weekend, dear friend!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  17. OMG, I just about had to get CPR when i saw that lace wedding cake......!!! Truly a gorgeous, beautiful shop, thanks for sharing!

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  18. WOW.....I am drooling on my keyboard!!! I want those 4 plates for $24.....what a steal!!!

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  19. Hi J,
    Oh la la and yummy yum yum!! The perfect icing on the vacation cake, as if, the beach wasn't enough!! I hope you brought a big suitcase :-)
    Hugs,
    Bella

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  20. Now THIS is MY kind of shopping! I loved each and every photo. Thank you so very much for the opportunity to visit this fabulous store.

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  21. Oh, my,wish I was there. I would go crazy.

    Hugs

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  22. Wow...I wish I lived in San Diego so I could go there! Everything is just beautiful...I can't honestly pick a favorite photo. I was drooling over all those beautiful chandeliers and light fixtures and the pile of lacy crocheted pillows....then I saw the seahorse made of shells! Beautiful! That might be my favorite!

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  23. Oh, wow! I can't imagine actually BEING there; my pulse was racing just looking at pics! Waaaay too much to see at one visit. Thanks for taking us along with you.

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  24. Ohhhhh myyyyyyyy goshhhh, i would have died and gone to heaven in there. It's fabulously wonderful!!!
    Good grief ...

    Cindy

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  25. Oh My Holy Antiqueness !!!
    Sensory overload for sure...and I loved every minute of it.
    I'd get LOST in there.

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  26. Amazing wonderful photos! I especially like the first photo of the inside of the shop. I live so close. I have to visit.

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  27. Holy moly, Jacqueline! That is SOME store!! The bling, the creativity...just amaaaazing! Did you walk out with anything? :)

    xoxo laurie

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  28. Sensory overload, I guess!!! Such lovlies...did you take anything home?
    Rene'

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  29. Amazing! LOVE this place. I think that might be heaven. Love all the pillows, the chandeliers, chairs---I can't think of anything I saw I didn't want!

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  30. I moved to Ventura from OB 35 years ago. If Vignettes existed then, it definitely wasn't as wonderful as it looks now. It sounds like you had a pretty wonderful stay in San Diego.

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  31. Jacqueline can you swing by and take me with you next time?
    Great place...
    Pat

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  32. OH MY GOODNESS!!!! What an amazing trip you just took me on Jacqueline!

    The hotel is gorgeous and that shop!!! I have got to make some pillows like those. Dreamy!
    Thank you for sharing this beautiful trip.
    hugs from here...

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  33. LOVE when people share their visits to this little slice of heaven, thanks!

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  34. Stunning! No wonder you had to hold onto your hat! I've never seen so much eye candy in one place.

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  35. Good grief!? I'm hyperventilating just looking at these photos, Jacqueline. How did you ever manage to drag yourself out of that lovely shop?? Those French white cane chairs... those soft off the shoulder blouses... *sigh* Just so lovely. What a beautiful place.

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  36. Beautiful post! I must drop in someday soon! I live just a few minters from there!

    Hugs,
    Maryjane

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  37. Hello and nice to meet you, Jacqueline! I am pleased to have landed in here via a pinterest post! Thanks for taking us along with you! What a great place to get lost in! Many oohs and aahs as I viewed the photos! Love all the beautiful items!
    Lovely just lovely!

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