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Friday, July 29, 2011

Vintage Inspiration Friday #48 A Day Sale

I wanted to share a few photos from the back porch of a wonderful
shop called Lula Mae's in Fordland, Missouri,
that will soon be opening for a day sale each month.

Two of my crazy friends Kenda and Jan from Leola's in Ozark

I had so many other wonderful shots from inside
the store and cottage,
but I didn't have the settings right on my camera,
so many of them were fuzzy.
(live and learn)

I know this next one is super fuzzy,
but I just had to show you this chandelier!

yes, that's right, a French flower pot for a lampshade!
(a few of those wonderful clay pots came home with me)

And I want to mention again about the new feature
I'm starting up called
 Design Challenge

Thanks so much everyone, for your great response
Hopefully, we'll have our first feature next week.

If you haven't read how this idea came about,
then just scroll down to the last post.
Hope you'll be a part of the fun!

Here are some wonderful links from last week.
Thanks so much for linking up to the party,
you all have the best inspiration around!!

Rosemary from Ozma of Odds has magic in her hands.
She creates the most beautiful things,
and you have to see her Rose-Mary rocking chair.
(and this is the view from the back)

Come visit Marcia at the Vintage French Hen
and tour her amazing Milk House Cottage

Karen, the Vintage Bag Lady
has just moved her girls into the Chicken Mansion,
come take a peek!

and chances are you've seen Laurie's fabulous frenchy pots
at Heaven's Walk,
but just in case, you have to go see for yourself.
just amazing!!

One more for good measure,
this amazing painting by Ricki from Art at Home.

Isn't it wonderful, I thought it was a photo at first!

Hope you can
join in for
 Vintage Inspiration Friday

(anything vintage or vintage inspired)

linking up here!
(buttons on sidebar)

love to you all!!


Sherry said...

This is a wonderful place. Full of some wonderful inspiration. Love all the glass paned cases. Very nice! Thanks for having us!

Marsha said...

Why are all the really cool, fun, chippy paint, vintage finds ALWAYS somewhere else? Thanks for the tour. Yummy.

gina3 said...

What a wonderful shop! I would love to visit there if I lived closer. The design challenge idea sounds great. I look forward to it and may even have a design challenge of my own. Thanks for hosting.

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

Missouri looks like a great place to visit! Thanks for the photos and for hosting the party each week!

Faye said...

I saw a ton of things I would take home with me! I love looking for stuff in MO...my favorite place to go antiquing in the whole country!! Now I have to see where this town is.
Thanks for hosting!

A Rosy Note said...

Oh, that looks like a wonderful place. Look at all their interesting things! Your design challenge sounds like a great idea. I'm sure a lot of people would love to get a little feedback on their projects :)

xo Tricia

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Thanks for sharing that back porch. I love all the weathered paint. Great features as well. Thanks for hosting.

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

How fun, Debra! I love the French pot as a lampshade! Happy weekend!...hugs...Debbie

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Debra, what a cute place. I see lots of things that I like. Thanks for hosting.

Marina Mott said...

This is a fantastic place! xx

Dorthe said...

I wish I could reach through the PC to grab and buy some of all those fantastic things-Debra - I love the birds houses,-and many of the small furnichures,- the claypot lamp is gorgeus- and the chandelier is a beautiful piece, that I would love to have in my shop--MIND YOU , not for selling , lol-
Thankyou dear Debra, for showing- and a lovely week-end to you.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh my, such wonderful eye candy. I could have a ball in there. I am so excited about the new venture. I can't wait to see who has the first challenge. Great idea and should be such fun. Hugs, Marty

Ido said...

What a gorgeous place! I love those pot lamps that you bought!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Shelia said...

What a wonderful place! Love seeing all of the pretties. How in the world is that clay pot staying on the lamp? :)
I'm joining your fun party and thanks for hosting it.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Oh I saw several things I could purchase! Wonderful place!

Ginger Zuck said...

I feel so inspired when reading and looking at your blog. It is fantastic! I love, love, love the painting at Art @ Home, it looks as if you could pick it up and enjoy!, amazing!

Veronica said...

Wow that looks like great shop. Those flower scatters are calling my name!!

Thanks for the email and trying the commenting trick.


Stuff and Nonsense said...

wonderful features...just adore that hen house! all linked up for the week.


laurie said...

such a great shop a bit of everything,

Ozma of Odds said...

...lots of fascinating things in that shop!!

and I LOVE the idea about blog land inspiration:) I can't wait ot see it all "unfold" LOL!!

Thank You for featuring my rose-Mary chair this week on Vintage Inspiration Friday ~ what an honor!!

xo, Rosemary

Kelly_Deal said...

Thanks for sharing these wonderful places!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

I'm crazy for this style! It would be so much fun to shop here! LUCKY!! Thanks for the fun Debra! xx

summersundays-jw said...

It was hard to take a bad picture there (unless they were fuzzy or in my case, too dark). What a fun place to take pictures. It was so good seeing you -- let's do lunch. Stay cool! Jan

Honey at 2805 said...

There is so much vintage inspiration to find here & I so enjoy it. Thanks for being a gracious hostess!

Heaven's Walk said...

What a wonderful time we could all have shopping together on that awesome porch! Such treasures! I want to THANK YOU, too, Debra, for including me in your featured links this week! I'm honored and humbled! :)

xoxo laurie

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

What a great post- so much fun and so many treasures!! Thanks so much for hosting~ all linked up!! Have a great weekend! :)

trash talk said...

How on earth did we miss this spot? I am in love with everything.

Amanda said...

Hi Debra! What a fun shop! A girl could really go crazy there, couldn't she? Wow! So much inspiration! Looking forward to the new design challenge feature! I do have a room that is crying for help! Thanks for hosting today!
Best Wishes and Blessings,

time worn interiors said...

Debra that looked like a wonderful porch to shop from! Great stuff there!

once in a blue moon said...

so many fabulous pieces~

At The Picket Fence said...

Debra! You are giving me so many reasons to come back and visit the Ozarks! I may just have to make a trip out there so I can see our friends AND you can take me to all of these fabulous stores and shops! Can't wait until the Design Challenge starts...going to be so much fun! Thank you, lovely friend, as always for hosting the party!


Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Oh, I could just ramble around in that place for hours. I saw so many things that I'd like to have.
This is my first time to link up to your party. Thanks for hosting.

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Debra, what a cool looking place. Thanks for sharing. Happy early Weekend.

Mary Ellen said...

Goodness so much inspiration in these photos you shared this week!! Thanks so much- Copied several to my inspiration files folder!

Prior said...

what a fun looking sale and thanks for featuring me last week! What a cool honor!! Lezlee

Pamela said...

What a wonderful shop Debra! I would love for you to come and link up to treasure hunt Thursday!

Privet and Holly said...

So much to love
here, from beginning
to end! Thanks for
hosting VIF and for
inviting me to join.
You are one of the
kindest girls in
Blogland, Debra!
xx Suzanne

Denise at PinkPostcard. said...

Hi Debra, thanks for hosting! :) I linked up- even though it says 'modern' in the title, some of them are still vintage! have a great weekend. Wish I could go to that amazing shop!

Darla said...

What I would give to have a place like this!

gail said...

Oh, what a fabulous place! thanks for hosting!

Linda Hartong said...

What a delightful post. I read about The Design Challenge on Mod Vintage LIfe. What a great idea for all of us. Thanks. I have a little home in Carmel that I need help with. I will follow along .

Simply Bungalow said...

The shop looks amazing. I might have to plan a trip! Thanks for hosting. your blog is so full of inspiration I just love it.

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Debra: I just love your post. It is always so beautiful. Thank you so much for hosting this party. Blessings, Martha

Diann said...

Wow, lots of beautifulness and inspiration! Thank you for hosting and have a great weekend!

Cheryl~ZanyMayd said...

Oh My Goodness, Talk about Eye Candy.... that is Over the Top! I am in Love with so many things, I just wish I lived closer....
Have a wonderful weekend~

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

Wow Debra,
You always show the most amazing shops full of gorgeous treasures!! And I am so in LOVE with Rosemary's chair, she is so talented! So excited to get to participate in the party today! Hope you have a beautiful weekend!!!

Tarnished and Tattered said...

Yeah, I finally get to link up & play!
What an amazing sale that will be. I would spend every cent I have there. Let me see, hummm. I want the porch finial lamp, the salvaged greenhouse, the iron chairs............

Sincerely Retro said...

What an absolutely beautiful and welcoming porch!! Thanks for hosting VIF!! :)

Theresa said...

There is soooooo much beauty in this post, I am gasping for breath:) I would go broke at Lula Mae's! Have a blessed day my Dear Debra, HUGS!

CoopDeVilla said...

Hi Debra, I'm your newest follower! Your blog is divine and I love your upcoming feature/link party. Sounds great and boy do I have some design delimas! Your post was breathtaking. Wish I lived closer.

Robin @ Highpoint Circle said...

What a wonderful post. I enjoyed it from beginning to end. Love the lampshade from a clay pot!

A Cottage Muse said...

Oh what a great place to shop ~ please promise you'll go every month and share with us that live too far away!

Loving your new idea ~ I know I could use lots of help!

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage said...

Oh my goodness! I see sooo many things I like. Too bad this sweet shop is too far away for me visit. Actually, since I'm having to cull a lot of my collections, it's probably a GOOD thing it's too far away for me to visit. ;)

Thanks for hosting, Debra!

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

Jilly said...

I like those pot lamps that you bought. Well, I noticed one thing in your blog that, you always show the most amazing shops full of gorgeous treasures.
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Sherry said...

Thanks for linking to Home Sweet Home Debra! Love having you!

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