My little shop corner is leaning toward a bit of a bridal look this month. Maybe I'm influenced by a family wedding taking place in May. But who am I kidding? I'll make any excuse for stocking up on white!
This pair of fab chippy floor standing wrought iron candelabras would look darling at a garden wedding, no? They adjust in height, and can also orient in a straight line.
A repro print in vintage photo frame makes a nice tray. (Sold)
We're showing a little more lace in this corner too.
This creamware tureen is far from pristine, but would be darling for flowers. My MIL used to keep one of these in the middle of her table with stamps and a pen knife inside for bill paying. She called it her "office."
I've been using that decorative tape from the craft store to hang botanical prints everywhere. What room can't use another pretty rose? You don 't even need a frame!
A cheery striped polished cotton curtain panel, fully lined. Twenty-four inches wide and about four feet high with pleats at the top. It might make some lovely garden pillows. We decided to include a bit of info with the featured linens since there have been inquiries. YAY!! And they're easy to ship thanks to Vintage Market & Design! (at this link.)
This vintage pom pom chenille spread is as soft and worn as it looks, and priced as a "cutter." (Sold)
Don't you love these creamy darling rose motif tea napkins? The crochet extends around the entire napkin with a rose in each corner! (6x8 folded) (No longer available.)
Pillowcase pair with allover cross-stitch, and oh so cottagey! (Sold)
A silver toast caddy makes a fine letter and card holder for all those wedding invitations! (Sold)
Gorgeous rose etched crystal goblets. Can you feel a bridal shower party coming on?
Wouldn't this be a sweet dress for a wee little flower girl? (Size 2/3) (Sold)
Oh, so fun to have you peeking in!
So glad you came by!
Hope you're having a fabulous weekend!