Friday, May 4, 2012

House Wren


This is Nancy and Mike's booth at Marburger Farms.
I love Nancy's style!
She is also a florist.
I love all her arrangements.



Who knew an old tire could look so good!


I love all the natural elements Nancy uses!





I have tons of pictures from the Texas show.
I just haven't had times to post them.
Soon! Real soon!

I have new glasses and for the life of me I can't get used to them.
Of course they are bifocals and I can't read anything on the computer!
I have two weeks of trial, pray I can learn how to see with these things!









17 comments:

Burlap Luxe said...

Oh! "T" What stress to deal with getting use to new glasses, I will pray its a quick change for the good :)

Thank you for sharing such beauty, I want the iron bed, the wood devided boxes, thge column....I want it all (sigh!) swooning!

Thank you for all your visits and encouraging comments you leave me.
Thank you for inspiring my day with the beauty you have over here.
xx
Dore

d e l i g h t said...

I will pray for you! I remember my first pair and it wasn't easy. You will get used to them just keep at it. Lovely floral arrangements. Marburger sounds so fun!!!

FleaingFrance & French Shopping Tours said...

That tire planter is the most amazing thing I have seen in a very long time. Even after you said it was a tire it took me a few looks to see that it was cut and flipped....brilliant idea. I would have snapped that up toute suite!
Good luck with your new glasses....it won't take as long as you think....and once you get used to them you will wonder how you ever did without them!

NanaDiana said...

I love her style, too. She has a very unique take on things. What fun to see this post! xo Diana

Gracie's Cottage said...

Love the natural worn beauty of her goodies - thanks for sharing!

Good luck with the bifocals! I went with progressive lens trifocals awhile back - made for distance/computer/reading. They've worked out great once I got used to them but it took a bit!

Jan

Jackie said...

Everything looks great! I'm going to miss you at brim. I can sympathize re the glasses, I tried progressives and walked like a horse, they also gave me a massive headache. I like my bifocals, good luck with them. Jackie

Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig said...

I just love Nancy and Mike, they are both so talented and super nice, too!

I've been putting off getting glasses, but I think I'm way past due!

XO,
Anne

Marsha said...

Good luck with the glasses. I hope you get used to them, soon. Thank you for the nice post.

LizlovesVintage said...

It will take some time!! You'll get the hang of them soon.
What a great booth!! I'm getting excited for Brimfield :)
xxx Liz

A Wild Thing said...

The hardest part for me was walking out in the yard, things seemed closer than they were, I was walking like a show pony...not a pretty sight...LOL!

Great stuff and I too love the neutrals...good luck with the eyeballs sis!

Olde Tyme Marketplace said...

So what if you can't see...I bet you look super cute in your new glasses! LOL!
LOVE the House Wren booth! Thank so much for sharing!
Beth

Sisters Treasures said...

We met Nancy & Mike at Fredericksburg Trade Days, TX and they are such gracious artists and designers. Plus they have great stuff. Thanks for sharing, since we did not make it to Marburger.
Thanks, Elaine & Betsy, Sisters Treasures.

ImSoVintage said...

Yum, what beautiful things. I hope you adjust to your glasses quickly :)

outjunking said...

Lots of great ideas from that gal. As for the glasses I have bifocals and yes it is hard to get use to,I don't think I am yet.

Tutti Chic said...

getting used to bifocals is so hard! love all the great pics from the show-I love her style too! :) chris

House Wren said...

Hiya girl!!
Thanks for all the sweet words for us! I posted a comment on one of your posts about a week ago and I must not have hit the publish button because I never heard from you?

We bough an old AIRSTREAM !!!!!!OMG! Like we need another project to totally consume all of our FREE? time. But it is going to be so cool someday...after tons of blood sweat and tears.

Anyway, love you, oh and LOVE the future kitchen island:)Wren

DownTheLaneWithDaisy said...

I went through a childhood of bifocals with thick lenses, contac lenses in my young adulthood and then glasses on top of that as I grew older. I've had lasik and if the bifocals don't work, ask about that. It's like a miracle. Good luck with everything. PS I love the boxes, too

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