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Friday, January 11, 2008

A peek inside The Plum Tree ~

I stopped by the store today to drop off a few things and had to take a few more photos for you. The first few are my woodsy room:




These last photos are of the main room that has been freshly painted, can you believe this amazing robin's egg blue color?!! Cindy, you did a great job, it is just gorgeous! I'll check with Cindy about the formula for the exact color ~





Beautiful altered bottles made by a sweet friend, Sharon:






I hope you enjoyed this little peek ~ I love shopping at The Plum Tree, too!

27 comments:

Nancy said...

What gorgeous photos of such beautiful items. They are so inviting! If I lived in that area I would definitely be a frequent visitor. Thanks so much for sharing these photos!

Heidi (http://journals.aol.com/hwoodred/everyday-cookies/) said...

Beautiful! Thank you for the tour, I don't get out much, and when I do, I don't go far! Lovely!
*Heidi*

Lady Em said...

I love it!! I love that old bookcase in the main room too!!

Alison Gibbs said...

Oh, I so wish I lived close by and could visit The Plum Tree.
Alison

Sunnymommie said...

so beautiful! I love to go flea market and see lot old stuff! they are beautiful!

thank you for showing us :)

Miss Sandy said...

Dawn,
Your room looks wonderful as does the rest of the shop! Can't wait to see what is cooking in that creative brain of yours! Have a great weekend!

Joyce said...

Very cute...I wish I lived closer. I would SO come and shop.
Joyce M.

Lisa & Alfie at The Pickled Hutch said...

Okay, can you let us in the secret paint color and where to get it? It is so softly elegant!

Linda said...

Oh, how I would love to spend a day at The Plum Tree. I see so many wonderful treasures.
Lovely shop and that is a very pretty blue. Linda

Heidi said...

I wish I lived near and could actually visit the shop. *sigh* I looked through the shop's blog recently and so enjoyed the photos. Your woodsy room is just a delight but then I love warm and rich color and woods. Everything looks great and even for those of us unable to actually shop there, it can be a real inspiration.

~~ Heidi ~~

madrekarin said...

Your room is so much more you now, Dawn. It looks beautiful! And the front room- WOW!!! I love that color. I cannot wait to get back down to visi. And shop!!!

Amy Wagner said...

I do so enjoy looking through your shop!! It is so beautiful and soothing (yet exciting at the same time, of course!!). I would be in there every week if I lived close enough.
Thank you for all the nice comments you have left over the past year at my blog.
Amy

Bebe said...

Hi Dawn,

Loved taking the virtual tour of your room ~ I could definitely spend some money there!! The blue color turned out beautifully...
For an antique shopper, this was eye candy for me!! Thanks for posting the pics!

Bebe :)

LivingTheLife said...

WELL...after seeing those beautiful pictures...I think I need to go on another road trip...or buying trip! Cos, if I were to visit I see about a dozen or more things I would want to buy...

I especially love the wall or bookshelf or whatever it is in the second and third picture...it is covered in some kind of pages with text...I love that look...so homey! I'm going to have to remember that when I am designing my craft room for our new home.
Thanks for sharing your beautiful creations and space with us.

blessings...
Teresa

Flea Market Queen said...

Absolutely lovely!
I love it all...
I'm having a drawing too for my
100th post, come on over!
Priscilla

Charm & Grace said...

Lovely, lovely photos of lovely, lovely things. Love the John William Waterhouse photos, also. Congratulations and bravo on your blogversary and on such a bevy of posts. May you always have inspiration, may you always have time to make wonderful things, and may you always have soft and feathery landings when you fall.

Blessings,

Christi
Charm & Grace Blog

Britt- Sparkled Vintage Charm said...

great pics!! love them all!! :-) xo Britt

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Oh My! I would love to walk through that store!! It looks lovely.
Penny
p.s. I am having a giveaway... stop by!

red tin heart said...

Dawn, could you e-mail me the price of the love picture? The old picture of the woman with love on it.
I think all your pictures were wonderful. xoxo Nita

Vintage Tea said...

Thank you for sharing the lovely photos... they make booking a flight to visit in person tempting!!

Victoria

Mary said...

I just have to head further South and come to the shop this Spring - I see so many things I's love to have!
I'm catching up Dawn - have left comments on recent posts - all of which are full of beauteous things thanks to your artistic eye and talent.

Waterhouse - oh yes, such fabulous women and folds in fabric!!

VintageGirlatHeart said...

What a beautiful shoppe!!! Such pretty vintage goodies!!
I researched your hometown the other day.. sounds like a wonderful place to live... very Family oriented!!!
Congrats on your 300th post!!!!!

Kentucky Bound said...

Well, I have just spent a few luxurious moments of "virtual" shopping in your beautiful store. Thank you for the opportunity. I can't wait to see more.

GardenGoose said...

lovely looking shop..I love the colors, and lovely displays. it is shaping up so nicely.

Oiyi said...

Thanks for the peek. Everything is so lovely.

By the way, thank you for your well wishes. I really appreciate it.

Anonymous said...

Oh how I wish I lived close to this store. I would love strolling through this place and shopping and getting decorating/display ideas. Do you know of any place in Arkansas similar to this? ~Teri~

A bird in the hand said...

Dear Dawn,

Can I move in?

I could easily, you know! xoxo

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