Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Scenes from the Shop

With the sun shining and the flowers blooming it's a great day to go downtown to a great little antiques store with a coffee bar.
This looks like a good place to park.
The old iron fence leads to the entrance gate.
Sun rays peek through the China rose bush out front.
This bush originated from a 150+ year old rose bush from the Sams Plantation.
The roses smell as beautiful as they look:).
Even this bee is enjoying the fragrant petals.
Bold blue skies illuminate the massive historic structure.
Palm trees abound in the surrounding yard.
Let's go inside.
Ruby red glass stands out against a backdrop of roses in the distance.
Vintage buttons and blue and white china beckon shoppers to linger...
while cobalt blue glass sparkles in the sun light.
Old linens compliment vintage china. Hmmm...I smell freshly brewed coffee. Care to join me for a cup?


crochet lady said...

That is such a beautiful place who wouldn't want to linger and drink a cup of coffee with a friend...count me in!

Deanna said...

Hi Kim,
You've got some neat shots to share.
Such fun,

Eastlake Victorian said...


More wonderful pictures! The colors are so rich and vivid in the roses and the glassware. What a lovely shopping day you had! That image of the sun peeking through the rosebush almost gave me a religious experience! Maybe your church could use your image somehow.


Sandra said...

What a beautiful spot! I've really enjoyed all your photos lately especially those of favourite flower.

Thanks for sharing such beauty.

Debby said...

So much beauty, great post.

Sweet Old Vintage said...

How very charming...

The Blackwood Cottage said...

I love your ability to find beauty everywhere, even in parking! I wish everyone had such talent, imagine how happy the world would be!

Paula said...

Dear Kim,

You live in a beautiful area! Thank you for sharing all the gorgeous photos! The roses are stunning! I enjoyed seeing all the pretties in the antique store too! I hope you enjoyed your coffee and found something lovely to bring home! Love to you sweet friend, Paula

Romeo said...

If mew leave some milk outside on the porch for Kramer and I, we'll be there! Very pretty glass - excellent photos but thank you, I think maybe we should stay outside, don't you?



Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Hi Kim! Love the old linens and the blue glass...gorgeous! The new shop is called Best Thrift and is on Spalding at Holcomb Bridge in Norcross...although we haven't had as much luck on the prices on return visits. There's a St Vincent de Paul in Buford at Buford Hwy that has a small selection...but great prices! The GW on 141 in Peachtree Corners is tried and true! Good luck!...hugs...Debbie

Piney Rose said...

I would love to visit that place!