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Saturday, March 9, 2013

Spring Open House at Leola's Vintage Home and Garden

I always look forward to the seasonal Open Houses at Leola's Vintage Home and Garden in Ozark, Missouri. Spring, Fall, Christmas; you can be sure to find wonderful vintage items displayed with out of the box flair and panache. These gals are "pros" when it comes to "The Vignette", and I always come away with not only new goodies, but tons of fun ideas for decorating my own house.


 Take a peek!
(remember to click once for the photo to enlarge, and again to get the detail)










The patina on this statue is amazing.
 blues and grays chipping perfectly.








Full of vintage garden fun and inspiration












Hard to see in the pic, but this lovely gown was worn to the Govenor's Ball
Pam is a master of display.












































adorable yo-yo lampshade


Pink and turquoise retro dish set




Hope you enjoyed the pics.
Click here for last Spring's Open House Post.
and more here

25 comments:

Doreen @ Hymns and Verses said...

Beautiful - and amazing creativity! Great way to start my day! Thanks for sharing, Debra.

summersundays-jw said...

You do take wonderful photos! Thanks so much for stopping by. Always love seeing you. Jan

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

They have some beautiful displays and vignettes, Debra! I love that seed cabinet. I'll be pinning a few of these pictures. Lots of inspiration here!

Theresa said...

Oh SO much beauty! Thanks for sharing! Love it all:) Have a blessed Saturday, HUGS!

Vintage Gal said...

Oh my ~ how lovely. The vignettes are just wonderful. I could spend a whole day in a place like that ~

Cindy said...

What a fun place to visit, I love vintage items and am always interested in seeing them used in fresh and new ways... old ways are always good too!

NanaDiana said...

OH MY OH MY OH MY! What wonderful pictures you took here, Debra. That is a lot of work and they are just gorgeous. Would love to see that all in person- xo Diana

AllyJo said...

overwhelmingly gorgeous and inspiring.

Donna Wilkes said...

Debra, you have made my afternoon. I was discouraged about a project not working the way I wanted, and I came upon this inspiration. Thank you so much for giving us the tour.

sandy said...

Gorgeous vignettes! Great ideas! Thanks for sharing!

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

I could look at all these pretties for hours and hours! Thanks for the tour...
Blessings,
Cindy

Cida Alves said...

Olá...
Seu blog é um encanto! Parabéns!!
Beijos com carinho!!

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

SO many cute treasures. I love the yo yo lampshade! :D

On Crooked Creek said...

Debra,
You are ever so gracious to virtually take us shopping with you,dear friend!!!
Oh, my!!! I could r e a l l y do some damage to my checkbook @ Leolas!!!
Have a marvelous weekend!
Fondly,
Pat

Sarah said...

Debra, your images have captured Pam's beautiful vignettes for each of us to enjoy. What a thoughtful gift. Thank you!

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Debra,
I always enjoy these tours with ya...thanks for taking me along:) That yo yo lamp is just soooo cute.

Blessings,
Linda

Holly Browning said...

I could shop there all day!

Olive said...

They never stop the goodness coming do they?

Junkchiccottage said...

Wow Debra that is a wonderful place. I see why you love to go there. Lots of beautiful treasures. Thanks for sharing
Kris

Katherine Wolak said...

Ohhhhh a hail of pretties!!! I LOVE so many ideas shown here! Thank you girl for sharing!

Hugs,

lynn said...

i love when you feature this treasure packed store, debra:) the dress form in the cabinet is so creative!

Sharon said...

Great Pictures ! My sister and I were up there early Thursday and saw that they were closed getting ready for Open-House . Of course we weren't able to get back up there for the event . Hopefully we will get another chance to get back up there soon . I just love that store. I always come away inspired and occasionally ( more often than not ) find something I just can't live without .

Alycia Nichols said...

This looks like a great place to find both inspiration AND lots of fun stuff to haul home! I wish I didn't get so doggone car sick. Living in the Kansas City area, I am just a few hours away from all this fun, but the ride always gets to me. I can remember going to Tan-Tar-A 2 or 3 times a year and being queasy all the way. If that's the way my body reacts in that area, imagine how bad it was when we drove through the Smoky Mountains! Makes me dizzy just thinking about it!!! :-{ You are lucky to live so close!!! Glad you had a good time!!!

Lorraine Finkbeiner said...

What wonderful pictures! I remember from last year how amazing it was! Wish we had something so great near here!

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

What a fantastic place, Debra! There are so many gorgeous things. Did you consider bringing home one of the suitcases :-)? Thank you for showing us around. I wish there would be only one place similar to this over here.
Have a great week!
Hugs,
Julia

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