Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Time Worn Treasures & Antiques

                                                                       Hello everyone,
                                It has been awhile since I posted but I had no computer access for the past
                                several days so I have a lot of catching up to do!
                                Anyway, I hope you will enjoy a peek into one of my favorite shops in
                                town ~ Time Worn Treasures and Antiques.
                                 I love the beautiful antique christening gown above.
                                                           Pretty chenille pillows etc.

                                                                   Something for everyone

                                                There is always lots of pretty linens and lace.

                                                            A complete set of Noritake china

                    Lori is proudly displaying her new line of Miss Mustard Seed paint she is now selling.
                                                                     Pretty pink china
                       It is always interesting to drop in and see what is new at Lori's shop
                                  Time Worn Treasures and Antiques on the St Peters Rd.

                                 I have been busy over the past couple of months working on a Christmas/Winter
                                 book and hope to have it finished shortly so I may be absent for the next few
                                 days while I work on it. I am excited over how it is coming along ~ you know
                                 how I love Christmas!

                                 Hope you are having a good week!


Susan said...

Thanks so much for the great tour, Carolyn. Looks like my kind of shopping excursion.

Carolyn, is your first book available at Barnes and Noble?

Always love seeing your blog. Fascinating.

And equally fascinating to hear about a Christmas book planned. Oh YES! Sincerely, Susan

Carolyn said...

Hi Susan,
Thank you for the encouragement! My first book is only available through Magcloud- sorry!


Deb said...

What a wonderful shop. I see lots of things I would love. Enjoy your time off, Carolyn. Christmas is right around the corner. Deb

Marilyn said...

I would love this shop and can see several things I would have a hard time passing up. Lovely! Good luck with the Christmas book.

Maggie Ann said...

Thanks for that beautiful and inspiring post! What a treasure chest! said...

Morning Carolyn, looking forward to adding your second book to the fist, hope it will again be available to buy and post to the UK.

Jackie in Surrey, UK.

Fru R. said...

Long time...
A lot of treasures here, me like !
Good luck with your book.
Hugs from Mette

Debbie Lynne Malison said...

Oh my gosh, that store! Beautiful, I could spend all day in there!

Pamela Gordon said...

I'm loving the beautiful treasures in Lori's shop. The dining table with the pressed back chairs and the white mantel behind it really caught my eye. LOVE them! No room for them. :( A new book? That's wonderful! Have a great week.

Lavender Cottage said...

I love to meander around shops like this. I don't always buy anything but enjoy seeing things connected to memories of growing up.
Congrats on putting together another book.

Linda said...

I can see why you love this shop, Carolyn! And, CONGRATULATIONS on your Christmas book!!!! I am looking forward to it.
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Bernideen said...

Glad you are doing another book. It will be a great success! Can't wait to get one!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

The shop is looking wonderful! Nice to have a peek. Best of luck with your book! It will be beautiful.

Victorian1885 said...

What a lovely shop Carolyn, thank you for sharing it with us.
I am so looking forward to seeing your new Christmas book!! Congratulations!

Amy Jo said...

Her shop looks like a wonderful place to spend time. Beautiful pictures.

Amy Jo

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn,
It's always fun to browse Lori's shop. I've been looking for a little chair and I finally found one there last weekend. Looking forward to your Christmas book! Have a nice weekend.


Jan said...

It stinks when the Internet is down or a computer goes crazy. That's usually when I need it the most. Thanks for sharing your trip to the shop.

Alessandra said...

Gorgeous shop, full of wonderful treasures.

Cozy Little House said...

I love the white table and chairs. I use to have baby clothing pinned to a makeshift clothesline in a laundry room long ago. Don't know what happened to those.

Olga Retterath said...

Hello Carolyn,
it's so nice to have a look at this post. The shop is so pretty.
I can't say, what I would prefer?
All these things are so beautiful.
Greetings from Olga

Régine R said...

Lovely pictures Carolyn, it is always such a pleasure to read you, and I am happy to hear more about Christmas (I am already working on it at home when I have some spare time) ....

Beth said...

The items are so beautifully displayed. I saw lots of pretty dishes and linens there! Thanks for showing us this shop. Congrats on your upcoming book! You are an inspiring woman!

All Things Chic 2 said...

Thank You Carolyn, for promoting my shop all of your friends are always welcome...Blessings Lori ~

Georgianna said...

Hello, Carolyn!

Such a charming shop – wish I could drop in myself!

Very much looking forward to your holiday book. I'm sure it will be spectacular.

Wishing you a very happy weekend.


shirley flavell said...

A beautiful shop, I would spend hours in there and wouldn't come out empty handed. The pink china and candle holders are so lovely.And also loved believe it or not the cane or twiggy pumpkin., but of course so many other things in there as well. Doilies and laces are also a passion of mine. I sound greedy, so there you are that shop is perfect! Always enjoy reading your blog Carolyn. Best wishes for your book. Shirley N.Z.

A Garden of Threads said...

A fascinating store. Wishing you a blessed week. Jen xo

Anonymous said...

A beautiful shop, very tempting. Love the china they propose.


SoSo said...

Je découvre un blog doux et magnifique !

Sherry Thecharmofhome said...

What a fabulous shop! I love all of those treasures! I will be looking for your book! That sounds fantastic! I love your look!!!

Katy Noelle said...

I love those silver candelabras! =)

Best wishes with your creative endeavors!! I wonder, now, do they contain little bit of "blood, sweat and tea...." (as the Pinteresty saying goes?) ;) =) It sounds lovely! =)


Zaa said...

Thanks for the shopping trip ..There nothing more exciting that antique shops….There's always a treasure to be found and a cup of tea at the end of the day to enjoy ….Hugs

Sophia Cabria said...

i've been overwhelmed while reading your blog it's beautiful thank you for sharing.. such a wonderful blog like this keep on doing it.. im looking forward to it...

Kathie said...

I have to stop in to see that shop - it looks lovely! And congratulations on your Christmas book - I know it will be gorgeous!

Sandi said...

Thank you again Carolyn for the beautiful photographs! Your book is greatly anticipated. It's inspired me to start decorating for the Holidays early!