Thursday, September 1, 2011

French Antiques *Partie Deux* {part two}

Here we go with part two of Leslie's antique mall booth that is just full to the brim with beautiful
french antiques. Isn't this french memorial heart amazing?




Love all the mirrors that she has scattered about her booth.
Thinking I need some light gray paint!

Who wouldn't want a soap dish that looks this cute??


Mirror shot of her goodies


Beautiful french style pillows

amazing chandelier


Still thinking that I should have picked up that 18th street sign...I would very willingly change Buckeye Road to 18th street if I could!  lol




These clock faces grabbed my attention as well...did they grab yours??


Hoping you enjoyed the tour *part deux* today. Sure wish I could take you all along with me next time.
Just think of this today. While you are sitting here reading this Leslie is on a plane headed for France. Last year she rented a fishermans cottage  and was there for a month. Be still my heart!!  This time she will fly into Brussels...and go to the Lille flea market and will also be driving into the Netherlands.  *Sigh*
I will live vicariously through her and the goodies she brings back for us all to enjoy.
Blessings~

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sandi, I have always said ,if I could go to France, I would have empty suit cases. That is so I could fill them with "junk". Even vintage clothing.:):) your blog is wonderful. xoxo , smiles, Susie

Ozma of Odds said...

...LOVE it all!!
i would be thrilled if i too, could have a place to display and sell my creative items such as these:)
thank you for taking us along! i'm swooning over the vintage french heart!
xo, Rosemary

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Hi Sandi, tons of gorgeous frenchy inspiration! Great booth space! xoxo

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

So pretty! Thanks for the tour, Sandi. My fav is the chandelier. How lovely she's on her way to France too.
xoxo

Ido said...

Oh my, what to choose, for me that would be the hardest thing to do in that place.
XXX Ido

saltbox treasures said...

Beautiful French items and displays! Thanks for sharing.
~ Julie

Petite Michelle Louise said...

where do i begin?? oh my....soo many lovely tresors! I especially love the French mourning plaque. I am actually working on a little "project" with these kinds of plaques in mind! ok...time to "Pin!!" ;)

Irene said...

Pretty neat stuff.

A Rosy Note said...

Look at all the wonderful things! I just love that soap dish :)

Jillian's Bella Rosa Antiques said...

Great booth... loved all of her things. Good ideas to "take home!"

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

Well Sandi, I don't think I can visit your blog anymore. It's not good for my keyboard because once again I'm drooling all over it ;-). Just kidding! Of course I'll be back to get tortured by your wonderful finds and all the great things you get to see in antique malls etc. :-). That booth is really amazing. I love almost everything.
Have a great weekend!
Hugs,
Julia

Antique Furniture said...

Lamps, mirrors and chandeliers!total haul:)They are light and great..I didn't expect bags, but they are there too!

time worn interiors said...

More great photos! You make me wanna go shopping!
tot

Kim said...

Thanks for sharing. This is an amazing booth. She is sooo lucky to be headed to France. Love your blog!

Revi said...

J'adore! What an inspiring collection of photos - thanks for posting them!
-Revi

Kim said...

I'm a new follower!

andrea said...

This is truly a beautiful post! I am in love with the phone, the mirror, the pillow in the colander, the memorial heart, each photo makes my heart beat a little faster! It's such a great feeling to KNOW there are people out there who appreciate the beauty in old things! andrea @ townandprairie

A Cottage Muse said...

I love everything...especially the french memorial placque!

GardenChic said...

Wishing I could go to Europe too, but your blog is the next best thing!
What wonderful vintage things. Can't wait to see the new surprises from the trip...

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