Saturday, November 20, 2010

Return From The Farm!

I couldn't wait to get to
so I could see the new addition to the farm!
This adorable little building
that house's Sharon's retail shop and her work shop!
I love this little building!
An Amish man built it for her
and it is a wonderful sight from the kitchen window!
(I want one so bad)!

She already added an arbor to the front!
These doors and old windows just add to the charm!
This little cutie only needed one thing!


Electricity!
Here is Sharon and Craigsmith
working on the ditch that leads to the addition of light!

The inside is fabulous!

Yes!
Of course,
I bought some treasures out of here!


I think the shop has a Victorian feel!

See something you like
just go visit Sharon at
I'm sure she will be happy to help you!
Theresa
aka:TOT

19 comments:

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

I luv the yellow roses is that treasure a oil painting? And the vignettes are well done. Thanks for sharing....Julian

NanaDiana said...

That is just the cutest little building!! What a lucky gal she is...and what fun for you to visit her. I'll bet you wanted to buy the building and take it home with you, didn't you? Hugs- Diana

Sharon Wengel said...

How could you not buy something from there , such a cool place !
Thanks for sharing , I'm going to hop over there and take a look see.
Sharon

Glenda/MidSouth said...

What a treasure to have! Would love to have a little shop like that, whether I sold out of it or not.
Hope you are enjoying your weekend.

GINA's BLOGGATORIUM........... said...

I am so jealous you got to go to Iowa........I hope you had fun,and great pickins'''
thanks for the kudo's on my blog. I sooooooo appreciate it.

Sue said...

I "think" if ALL has the "wow" factor. Love it!

Take care, Sue

The Feathered Nest said...

Oh Theresa....Sharon has the BEST taste!!!! I love all that she loves ~ and what a great idea to have a bit of a shop on her own property ~ NO OVERHEAD!!! I just love it! I hope you are doing great sweetie, hugs and love, Dawn

Theresa said...

What a great place... that is what I want to do with my little white barn, I just have to get my treasures ready to be sold, clean it out, spruce it up, add more lights, paint it... just a little work to be done to look that wonderful!! Thanks for sharing and for your sweet comment, Theresa xoxo

Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

I miss you already...it's quite lonely walking down those creaky steps in the mornin' and not have my buds waiting for coffee...sigh...

But the open house at Sisters' was fabulous, so now I'm going to the studio to plug in some light bulbs and work all day in my lil' piece of paradise...it'll be a balmy 50 sumthin' today in Ioway...are ya having fun with yer new toys yet...heehee!!!

Later sis...s

Urban Farmgirl said...

That looks fabulous! Oooh..I want to go! I want to go! The doors she has on the front are AMAZING!!

~mary~

Burlap Luxe said...

MS. "T"

In LOVE!!! I want one toooo!

Those doors charmed me at first glance. I have some things from the Amish that I had bought for my shop in the Bay Area their craft and fine work is beautiful.

Thank you for sharing, I knew you would come through for us with fabulous pictures of your visit.

xx
Dore

Rebecca said...

Hey T
What a wonderful little piece of paradise!
Lol... she still has my table? She should start charging me for storage.
Next time you go, I will meet you there and we can junk!!!
I should get down there before the weather turns nasty... it looks very fun.
Many Blessings today
R

The Tin Rabbit said...

Looks wonderful! I'd love to visit...wishing you a happy Thanksgiving~

Jackie said...

It looks wonderful, I love the white hanging lamp in the last photo. How nice of you guys to help her "see the light" Craig is a genius (you are too of course.) So, What'd ya get????
Jackie
bliss farm antiques

Lana said...

Perfectly charming! I'd love a little studio like that one. :)

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

What a darling, drool-worthy little shop!

Country Livin' said...

Hi there, just found your blog via Chrissy. Love the building, I really want one too!!!
cheers Trish xo

High Street Cottage said...

Hi Theresa, nice to meet you, and thank you for the nice comment on my blog/post. I just love your blog and am glad I've discovered it, and am now a new follower, hugs from California, tami

Donna said...

What a beautiful shop! I would love to be able to do something like this! And it would be oh, so fun to shop there!!

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