Thursday, November 29, 2012

Ann's Perry's Shop

Has it really been two months since I posted on this blog, wow, where has the time flown.  I had the priviledge of attending Ann Perry's Open House a few weeks ago and am still in awe of it.  Seeing all the pretties she had in my pictures made me realize there were several things my eyes glazed over because I didn't remember seeing them until I saw the pictures again.  Her shop had many great things to buy and then she had several outside vendor friends that were there this time and so that doubled the amount of goodness to be seen.

Here's what she had inside her shop, The Tin Rabbit:

This was the first display that caught your eye as you walked in.

Loved the paper garland and of course loved it all.

Dream, well really Dreamy was how to best describe not only her shop but home.

This trio of gold mirrors were just gorgeous. 

Loved the little stockings she had sprinkled all around the shop.

Of course loved this mirror, still kicking myself for not buying it!

More pretties, including the porch that had things for sale.

I'm now the proud owner of the letter "C".

 Hope you enjoyed the tour of Ann's shop, The Tin Rabbit.  If you didn't get to go this time you should watch for her next open house, probably in the Spring.
She also has a booth in Heritage Antiques Shop in Lufkin.


Lisa said...

Thank you for sharing this with me! I love Ann so much. She is the most talented & loving person. Such a sweet soul. If she saw this comment she would die:) I hope you bought a car load! I must go next year.

Discarded Forlorn said...

Lisa, I found lots of great things with her! but then again I always do. You will definately need to make plans to go, she finds the best things!

Boxwood Cottage said...

Thank you for pointing out this inspiring post again over on facebook Theresa, because I must have missed it so far. So much to discover and love in these photo of last year's Christmas open house!:) Please tell dear Ann that I said hello and that I wish her well and you too of course!