Saturday, May 15, 2010

A Visit to "Tattered Treasures"



On our way to St. Louis last weekend,
we took some time to stop at a store I had been wanting to see.
Tattered Treasures in Lebanon, Missouri.



I'd  heard great things about it and sure enough, it didn't disappoint.
We didn't have room for much, because our car was full for the trip.




















It was a chippy, white, garden extravaganza!




Primitive, shabby, cottage yumminess...




...at every turn.



please disregard the people in the mirror.




There are tons of great flea markets and
antique malls along I-44,
Springfield to St. Louis.

Be sure and google Tattered Treasures
for a map and phone number.




Hope you all are having a great weekend.
It's rainy and cool here. Oh well,
I have tons of cleaning and organizing to do.




I will be sharing my work space at the
Where Women Create Party
on June 19, which is also my 1 year
blogging Anniversary!

Hope you'll be there too!

I will be having a Give Away to celebrate...
Stay tuned!

Love,
Debra

16 comments:

  1. I would have spent hours and hours in that place, all those beautiful treasures to fondle, ooh and aah over, sigh. I tell ya what I would have made off with though, that absolutely gorgeous rose rug. Was it for sale? I would have begged and begged, lol.

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  2. Wow! Thanks for sharing! I loved a lot of the things that were displayed there! Wish Georgia wasn't so far away! Unfortunately, it is very, very hot here today! Please Lord we need some rain!
    I too loved that rose rug, the garden trug, that large basket, crocheted doilies, enamelware, vintage outdoor furniture, sigh....
    Hope you have a safe, blessed weekend as well,
    God Bless,
    Kathy

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  3. Oh my gosh, this place is fabulous. I would love to visit there one day.
    Debby

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  4. Hi Debra, I want that rug with the roses. Oh my! Peace and blessings. Olive

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  5. They sure have the shop set up cute! I am sure I would buy too much! :) Thanks for the tip!

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  6. Oh, what a wonderful place to shop!!! I love that shadow box, it's gorgeous! Blessings~~~Daphne

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  7. I just love going on a field trip with you! Lezlee

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  8. Hi Debra,
    What a wonderful store. I saw a few things that I would have loved to take home with me!!
    Have a great weekend despite the rain.
    Sincerely,
    Melinda

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  9. Oh what a wonderful place, I sure would love to get turned loose in there, not many of them around my area, but I sure love the things I saw in this place, thank you for sharing and showing us what good things are out there..
    Lots of hugs Barbara

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  10. Hi Debra:
    All the photos were full of wonderful things, but I think my absolute favorite was that fabulous rose-covered rug! I love it!
    Thanks for sharing your trip.
    Happy Sunday!
    xoxo
    Donna

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  11. OH! I'm in love with that framed dress!!!!
    Thanks for sharing all the pics - Wish I lived near there - I'd be a "regular" ! LOL

    jeanette from www.sweetjeanette.com

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  12. You have some of the neatest places up your way!

    And hey! I think those are some pretty good lookin' antiques in the mirror. ;-)

    Anne

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  13. That Tattered Treasures sure is worth visiting. I really loved that mirrored armoire, amonst many other things, Debra.

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  14. What a wonderful shop...thanks for sharing!! Your photos are great!

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  15. OMG! LOVE your new header Debra! You know I tried the email button on your profile and it didn't work for me. I just want to thank you for your support. I so appreciate the comments you leave now and then. You're such a good friend to so many out in blogland! I'd love to take that route to St Louis some time.Tattered treasures just gave me goodebumps! Best to you,
    Jacqueline

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  16. Looks like a great shop! One that I could while away the hours in! :D

    -c
    yapping cat

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