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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Robin's Vintage Suitcase

Short of you being here in person, there is just no way to share how beautiful this shop really is. When you step inside the door you are transported to a place of unique style and elegance. You may remember last Fall I shared several posts of Robin's Fall and Christmas Open House, which at that time was being held temporarily in the carriage house on her wonderful turn of the century estate.


Robin is now opening her new year round shopping venue, which is just a block away from her property, Humbolt Place, here in Springfield. Three areas in one store,  The Vintage Suitcase most resembles her Carriage House venue; then a new area, The Garden District that has the flavor of an Old World Conservatory. (I'll share this part of the shop tomorrow)  The Vintage Veranda is an elegant French furnished party room that can be rented for parties, showers, and wedding rehearsal dinners. (photos coming this weekend)








































These are just a few photos to invite you to the Grand Opening taking place this weekend. Hope you can come and be a part of the excitement. Join Robin for hors d'oeuvres, dessert, and a toast to the new shops!


This is a link to Robin's website and blog
and you'll also find a link
 by clicking on her button on my sidebar.
for Gallery Photos click here.


 Hope to see you there,
xoxo,

29 comments:

  1. Beautiful shop I wish I could shop there. I would love it I just don't know if my weallet would LOL, just beautiful

    Cynthia

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  2. What a beautiful shop. I could easily get lost in there. Wish I lived closer.

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  3. How lovely! Places like this are my favorite shopping destinations. I wish her much success.
    ♥Linsey

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  4. YUM! (squeals here) What a gorgeous place. I want to go!

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  5. Debra a shop I could get lost in! That tall mirror and the Santos, adore!!

    Xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  6. Hi Debra, oh how I wish I could be there. This shop is so fantastic. I would be in heaven once I stepped inside. Thanks for sharing this bit of wonderful. I wanted to let you know that I am featuring your window box on my blog later todsy. I saw that someone else featured you also. I think it was Angie from Knick of Time. It is such a wonderful piece I just had to. You well deserve the features!
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  7. What a dream store to shop in, wish I lived closer.


    Jody

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  8. Hi Debra,
    Thanks for sharing this gorgeous shop! wish I could jump in the plane and be there. At least I could 'window' shop by way of your post.
    Carla

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  9. I spied lots of bird prints. Lovely place..how did you leave?

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  10. Debra it is de lovely!!! I am most pleased and on the other hand quite put out that it is thousands of kilometers away!!! sigh! Loads of beautiful inspiration and I am swooning over that cabinet! WOW!

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  11. Wow, pure gorgeousness! Thanks for sharing her shop, Debra. I think I would probably spend a lot of money there!

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  12. The shop looks fascinating!!! I would love to browse through every inch of this place. Wish I lived close by!! I do love the old stressed blue dinning table and chairs. It's just a great place!!
    Thanks for showing us around.
    Brenda

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  13. I can't wait for Friday night. I will most definitely be there. The pictures so far look lovely. Today on my lunch hour I stopped by 'Bellina's
    Bungalow' at Pickwick/Cherry. It was as you said, a darling little shop.
    I managed to find a couple of treasures to take home. And serendipity, I KNOW the owner. Julie is a great gal. And I wish her all the luck with her new little shop.

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  14. Ohhhh! I see a gorgeous chandelier....!!!!! Some lucky soul will have that soon :)

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  15. LOVELY PICS:) I really like your blog and will happily follow. If you want some swedish decor inspiration, you can check out my blog:)
    Have a great week.

    LOVE Maria at inredningsvis.se
    (Sweden)

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  16. I like to spend my free time by reading different web sites and today i came across your blog and I suppose that it is one of the best free resources available! Well done! Keep on this quality!

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  17. What a gorgeous shop! It would take a miracle to get out of there without buying up everything in sight. LOL!
    Vanessa

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  18. What an AMAZING shop!!! I wish it was closesr to me or I closer to it!

    Fabulous!

    Lou Cinda

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  19. Wow! What a gorgeous shop! I see so many things that I love, the couch with the pleated ruffle is amazing! I think I would need to take one of everything home with me:)

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  20. Lovely shop! Very inspiring. I particularly liked the "Happy Birthday" banner.

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  21. Okay I could seriously get lost in there. Where would I even begin?????? Stunning!

    Jeanine

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  22. this is a space i could get lost in for hours! wishing her great success! tfs, debra:)

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  23. I would get into *so much* trouble @ Robin's Vintage Suitcase. Wow! What fun vignettes! Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Oh what a grand place to shop! They would have to run me out! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  25. I could get lost for hours in a place like that. How fun. Loved looking at the pictures. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Oh I can't wait to stop here!
    I'm always looking for a FUN break on the way down to my mom's hometown. And we travel right through Springfield! Woo-Hoo!
    Catherine

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  27. OMG!!! I wish I lived closer. What a shop.

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  28. Wow, this this shop! I really enjoyed the post and pictures. Thank you, Leticia

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