At the grocery store.
I believe $150.00 - ya think we could make this for less? The top and bottom of the vase are wrapped in wide ribbon. The vase is filled with ornaments, the top is stuffed with silver botanicals.
Sorry, all these are phone photos. I hadn't planned on stopping in such a fabulous store. They have not been photoshopped or cropped. Sorry...
The pictures were from two stores in Weatherford, Texas, west of Fort Worth on US 180.
The Design Center and Western Heritage Furniture and Accessories
These were fabulous place mats. Do you see the large ruffle on each side? The main fabric was a stamped velvet. Also used for the napkins. Super flatware, too.
Sorry this is so dark, but my phone has no flash. So archaic!!
Love the muted colors of the different dishes. All by the same maker that I don't know.
Place mat is a silk with crossed pintucks.
This kiddie toy was for sale, too. Did you see that price tag? Omg, but it was sooo cute.
Loved this wall arrangement. The base of this arrangement are steer horns, lots of
pheasant feathers, and natural plant materials.
I loved the turquoise and brown tumblers. Did you notice the candle
jewelry? It was everywhere. I've already gathered the supplies
to make some of my own. I'll share with you probably next week.
These plates had a beautiful silver ring around their irregular edges.
The bowl has a wood like texture.
These seemed to be leather place mats. Notice the dishes also were available in
white. I love the look of both colors together. The cute bundle on the table are
I noticed a lot of turquoise throughout the store. In the dishes, the furnishings,
chairs, rugs, throws. candles. Actually, in both stores. 2010's color of the year. Last
year was honesuckle - a rather vivid pink.
This year's is Tangerine Tango. Will this be creeping into your home?
On our way to Weatherford, aka the road home, we had to make a wee little detour to Pottery Barn.
I had dog eared some of the pages in the catalog and wanted to see some of these things up close and personal. Yep, I still want it - ALL. But settled for these. They weren't in the catalog.
These being napkin rings! Love the high relief and the rustic design.
We also ate at Blue Mesa grill. Lubbock is really lacking in shopping and eating!
Saw this plate on the wall, which reads:
God gave us food.
The Devil brought cooks.
Thanks for stopping in and visiting for a bit. It's always nice to have company. Thanks, too for your kind comments. I'll be linking up to Susan's tablescape party at Between Naps on the Porch. Cya there!