Saturday, April 6, 2013

More Cottagey Shop Stuff

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)

(Tablecloth, 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!



DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

I so enjoy when you share images of your pretty shop.

My husband would love it if my office could be held in a creamware tureen.

trash talk said...

Oh for the times when an office could be held in a beautiful tureen and the bank was a cookie jar.
Lovely, just lovely.

Pamela Gordon said...

Love love your corner of the shop. It looks so pretty. I saw lots of lovely things I'd like. The silver toast holder is sweet. I love your mil's idea of an 'office'. It made me smile. Enjoy your Saturday. Hugs, Pamela

Petite Michelle Louise said...

oh my....MERCI for the virtual shopping spree! all of your "wares" are simply...well..cabin & cottage gorgeousness! i especially adore that candelabra....sigh. SO lovely! what a beautiful shop! ;)

okcamp said...

Wish your shop were closer. I could use some eye candy (it's snowing again).

Lovely linens. Do you have any washing tips?

Dianne said...

Jacqueline, You shop is wonderful. It's just the kind of place that would draw me in. I love that tureen and the cross stitched runner. Thanks for sharing. Dianne

Curtains in My Tree said...

IT's dripping with dreamy all over it

Bernideen said...

Your space is looking incredible - great job!!!

Victorian1885 said...

What wonderful pieces! I love the tureen & of course I am drooling over your vintage linens. Have a wonderful weekend!


Cynthia said...

What beautiful things you have, my wallet would take a beating!!


Lady Pamela said...

I really enjoyed having a peak inside your little shoppe. I think I love everything, but my favorite is the toast stand.

Ironstone and Pine said...

Hi Jacqueline! LOVE it all!! wish i had a way to come browse, it's a beautiful little spot and im sure you have a great time decorating it!

On Crooked Creek said...

Your booth is exquisite!!!
Just so much eye~candy to see, dear friend!!! Thanks for sharing all these lovely treasures!

Barbara Lilian said...

Your Cabin shop looks a delight, I'd just love to be able to spend some time looking at all your beautiful things. The thought of the lovely tureen being used as an office made me laugh.

pogonip said...

So lovely--especially the crochet edgings. Yum!

Your creamy-rosy hang tags are just perfect for your dreamy goods. Love'em.

SizzleandZoom said...

So fresh, sweet and pretty! Loving the white candelabra.

Lavender Cottage said...

So many nice things Jacqueline, and I spied that little dress right off! I like the Cabin & Cottage tags you've made.
Tying my blog to a Facebook is my next move, hope it isn't a big leap.

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Oh...the shop has wonderful things and you show them off so beautifully. Is there ever too much lace and linens? Never!

pink*cherub*moon said...

How beautiful! You have such a gorgeous assortment of treasures! Everything looks so bright and white and the booth looks so inviting! Thank you for sharing! Hugs, Leena

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh your booth is gorgeous!! I love everything in it! Those candle opera's would be a great buy for a wedding, I would have bought them for my son's if I had seen them


Celestina Marie said...

Jacqueline, Your space is simply gorgeous and one thing is for sure, I would love to come shopping in your space. LOL
Have fun and a great week.
Hugs, CM

White Lace and Promises said...

I always love your little corner of treasures. Nothing has pure and sweet as white nothings. The laced little frock is just precious!

8)(8 said...



OMG ! So so nice and pretty things. would love not to be so far away to be able to see your gorgeous treasure in real !!
xoxo from PARIS

Marlis said...

Love the feel of your little shop. That is one pretty toast holder. I use mine for bar napkins! Love the tall candleholders too, but the tureen caught my eye immediately! xo marlis

Haworth said...

What a beautiful corner you've made, Jacqueline. I love all the lace, roses, chippy paint, baskets... with all of it so inviting and wanting to be taken home. (I love your MIL's office!) Hoping you had a lovely weekend.

Carol Cook said...

I think we need to drive to Santa Fe so I can visit your shop. I didn't realize you had a shop.

We love Santa Fe so it would be fun.

Carol Cook said...

I think we need to drive to Santa Fe so I can visit your shop. I didn't realize you had a shop.

We love Santa Fe so it would be fun.

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...


lynn said...

just gorgeous, jacqueline! the napkins with the crochet--darling! your shop is so sweet looking:)

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