Sunday, March 14, 2010

Some just have "the touch" ~

When I visited Scott's Antique Market Friday,
I found a few spaces that truly made me stop dead in my tracks.
I talked to the dealers and asked permission to photograph
their beautiful vignettes and told them I would love to post about them!
Here is the first one for you viewing pleasure:

Beautiful, wouldn't you say?
You can visit Amy HERE to say hello!!

Another space was Jill's.
I've always loved her taste.
She used to sell at Lakewood Antiques South and
now sells at Scott's!

Here is Jill's website ~ House About It
if you'd like to pay her a visit!

Don't you just love their style??

They both DEFINITELY have "the touch" ~

I hope you are having a wonderful, relaxing Sunday sweet friends,
hugs and love,


Miss Gracie's House said...

you're right! I love to study the *masters*...thanks for sharing the inspiration with us!

jen said...

OK Dawn that'ts not fair! I want to go there too :) LOVE those booths! Just gorgeous thanks for sharing. All the greens are so refreshing. The raffia straw beehive and the moss wreaths would have come home :) Oh and the candelabra in a frame is stunning....I could gush on and on LOL have a lovely Sunday!
luvs and glitter
p.s. I'm having a giveaway stop by if you like...

Nelly said...

Truly gorgeous! Thanks for sharing these 2 ladies' wares.

June said...

Oh they definitely do have the touch Dawn. Great displays and great stuff! Didn't you just love all the earthy things in there?! And that white ruffled tablecloth!
Your pictures of it all are so beautiiful.

Rust: Vintage Inspired Design said...

Gorgeous Dawn...thank you for sharing these very inspiring vignettes!
Happy day!

Createology said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful antique spaces and wares. Makes me wish I was there.

She Who Runs Amok said...

I love those booths! I want a couple of everything!
We're revamping my little boutique this spring, can't wait to re-arrange everything into charming little vignettes...


Lori said...

Dawn, what a feast for the eyes!!! both of those girls have a beautiful style, and gorgeous offerings...thanks for taking me along:)

Janet Metzger, Artist said...

Beautiful blog and I want that large painting in the first photo ;-) I will be back to visit often...happy to have found you!

Unknown said...

I am sure I would have taken those same photos! Just lovely!
I am aching for those Cavalli tins filled with stickers and such!!!!!

Becky said...



Charlene said...

Beautiful!!!!!!!!! I love the angel wings in the first booth. You have such good places to visit there. I did a bit of damage myself this past Friday. A couple of things I brought home but, the 5 crystal goblets & 4 cut crystal salt cellars are in layawy. Does that tell you anything? Too much $$$$ but, I couldn't pass them up. Have a wonderful week. Charlene

Hearts Turned said...

What beautiful booths! Wish I had that kind of style! So glad you shared these--great inspiration!

Hope you're having a wonderful Sunday, Dawn!

Rustique Gal said...

Dawn, I want to shop where you shop! What lovely booths and merchandise! I can spot 10 things I want right now! Thanks for the inspiration! Sherry

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing these great pictures with us, Dawn! I think I would definitely spend a lot of time {and probably money, too} at the two if I lived nearby.

Bettyann said...

Oh so beautiful..thank you for taking me along...yes some people just have the right touch...but Dawn you have a fine "touch" also!!!

Rebecca Nelson said...

Very earthy! LOVE IT ALL, Dawn!

Love to you~Rebecca
PS: I put a link to your tutorials on my blog! :) xo

madrekarin said...

L.O.V.E. Thank you for your sweet words for my mom. As soon as I know what it is we are dealing with, I'll let you know.

Diva Kreszl said...

thanks ever so much for sharing these, they are inded lovely! I'm going to go visit right now!

glitterBugStudios said...

Hello Dawn! Love your blog. Such beautiful eye candy those vendors were displaying! I know what you mean about high pricing inside these markets. I'm like to dig in the junk outside! I live about 2 hours away from the Columbus location & had thought about going but was worried about the high prices. I, too, have a strict budget when it comes to these things...We have a very large fleamarket here in Uniontown Ohio that I visit every Saturday when the weather permits. Hopefully that will happen soon! xoxo Tracey

Sandy said...


Stunning! Thank you for sharing the inspiration. The spaces are fantastic. I loved the table covered in the ruffled burlap and I wanted to scoop up a handful of those porcelain numbers. So much eye candy! If I could have anything I wanted in the photos I would have to have those huge wings, love them!

Linens Lace and Lattes said...

Good inspiration for my booth which is looking like a flea market these days! I need to go fluff it up a bit~got some good ideas from you.

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Dawn ~
Thank you for showing us some beautiful beautiful vignettes ~ it is so inspirational to see such pretty displays ~

Angela said...

AAACK!!! I wanna go there with you...we have to plan a date!
I can't wait to see you on the 10th of April, hope all is well with you!

Anonymous said...

There's something for you over at my place!

Lisa said...

What a kick butt mall!I couldn't work there, I'd spend every cent I made. I can certainly see what caught your eye friend. Thanks for your praise of my work. You know that means so much to me. Lisa
PS Barnes & Noble baby!

Unknown said...

Oh Dawn!

I love both of these spaces SO MUCH! I will pour over these over and again tomorrow morning. I am starting my own space at an antique mall in May. I'm so excited and my head is spinning with ideas. I never lack for inspiration in this wonderful world called "Blogland".

Thank you so much for your sweet comments tonight. You just don't know how much it means to me to hear from you. I respect your work and talent SO MUCH! As far as your tutorials go--they are just perfect for me to follow! I love the format you use and the photos and instructions are so easy to follow. Were you a teacher at one time? Well, you certainly ARE now.

thanks for everything you do--

Starivew Sonnet

Julia @ Vintage with Laces said...

Indeed just gorgeous! Thank you for sharing all that beauty, dear Dawn! Could you stop yourself from buying a trunk load full of those goodies? I love all those wire baskets and cages. The wire lamp is amazing and I also love those little white birds sitting on a post and the soup tureens with the bird knob.
Have a wonderful Monday!

Tanya said...

Just breathtaking! I'll be back to "study" these pictures again.

Dorthe said...

How beautifull things,dear Dawn- the photoes from :House about it, with all the wire things ,uhhmmm, so pretty, and the wirelamp, and old painting with the sheeps, -oh yes, lots of treasures to find here, sweet friend,
thanks so much for inspiration.

Love and hugs, Dorthe

Theory said...

Hi Dawn, haven't left a comment for a while but have been reading your blog each day. Just had to tell you that you ARE THE BEST....Have checked out alot of other blogs and none of them come close to you. When you give us an idea you also give us the image to work with too. You are so giving and really inspire us and let us have what it takes to finish a project. You are so appreciated in this blog land. Take care and be happy. God Bless Theory

Joy Lett said...

What is truly amazing is that "Scott's" is in an old store and what they do from nothing is truly creative.

Jennifer said...

Please pack up some things and ship them....I love soooooo many things! What a treat on a Monday to peruse this post and your blog...stop and see me when you can, Jennifer jennsthreegraces

Journal Swag said...

OMG!! Absolutely gorgeous! I love all of it! Thank you so much for sharing, Dawn!


QueenBe said...

Amazing displays.... I would have been in trouble there for sure. Please tell me their prices weren't dirt cheap or I will REALLY be envious!

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Beautifully done...what a joy to see booths that are put together with such care and talent.

Thank you for sharing them.

About Me... said...

What a feast for the eyes, THANK YOU so much for taking the time to share it with us!! Shery J

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Such great photos! I love to see how professional do their vignette's! Thanks so much for sharing!

Hive for the Home said...

Hi Dawn,
I just want you to know what an honor it is that you even considered posting photos of my booth on your blog. Your blog is AMAZING!!! You are so very talented and I am very excited to have met you. I look foward to lots of sharing and fun.....I hope to see you next month. The baby shoes?!? I LOVE the bunny precious. I will definately be back! ;)


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