Thursday, December 4, 2008

Stuff for sale, room #2

Well, this is the green room, room #2 of the shop that I have created in my house! It is packed to the gills with good junk that I hope someone will want to buy! I think it all came together pretty well.
None of the coral is for sale.




Love the layers of frames, and tarnished silver.


What do you think of this old phonics poster?

Killer cupboard from Iowa!





Oh, look butter pats!!





Letter cubes I got from AJunkQueen in Texas!
I bought several more pieces of
brown and white transferware today!
But I was to lazy to unwrap them
and put them in the cupboard!



Can you see the paper dress form? Love it!
Theothertheresa



15 comments:

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

I love the phonics chart! Everything looks so wonderful! Your hard work is quite evident. ~Mindy

Cheryl said...

Awesome Displays! Love the iron bed! I found one similar at an estate sale just the other day for only $10!~Cheryl

patricia@ReFind Home&Garden said...

HEY GIRL, YOU HAVE BEEN B U S Y !!! I JUST WANTED TO PLACE MY ORDER... I WANT EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!! HOW GORGEOUS. IT LOOKS JUST LIKE YOU AND THAT IS EVERYTHING I LOVE. HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON. HUGS AND LOVE, PAT

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Ok, start wrapping it...yes all, I'll take it. Love the color on the walls.

The English Cottage Collection said...

It looks soooo wonderful.....wish I were closer! I would so be there when the doors opened!!
~good luck~Debra

Hi! I'm Kirsten... said...

YUM!!!!! Man, do I wish you were in my town. Your antiques are GORGEOUS!!!!! Do you sell anything online, on etsy or ebay, or...???

Anita said...

The phonics chart is definitely my favorite thing. Did you get that in Iowa? How did I miss it? Really really great look- you done good!

Anita
homestory-anita.blogspot.com

The English Cottage Collection said...

Hi back!Geez-you were the inpsiration to re-do my blog because I thought your header was so charming!! Aren't we funny? No, I had the same person that did my new website pop it into my blog too! I am still trying to figure out how you guys all so perfectly place your pictures and all! LOL!I have tried the different layouts and still can't quite master it.....Ugh!
My website home page is a pic of my family room. Maybe one of these days I'll post some more. Have a good one:) and...All that ironstone is just killin' me, soooo wish I were there!
~Debra

lulu Redstar & Lauri Evans said...

OMG, it is gorgeous. Love the back of that cupboard. If them butter pats are for sale I want them!!!! How much? And how much for the paper dress form? Can you email me? Your favorite groupie, Lauri

trash talk said...

Groovy!!! The color of the walls turned out fantastic. Now, start listening for the sounds of bells-no not sleigh bells-cash register bells! Tn'T

The English Cottage Collection said...

Thanks soooo much for the posting tips! I was putting the text first and then the pics and it would scramble the text:)I totally understand your explanation....(good huh?). With your busy days putting your gorgeous rooms together, it's so sweet that you took the time for this frustrated novice blogger!!thanx a bunch
~debra

Sweet Repose said...

I LUV what you did with the rooms...is that lil' bed for me when I come to stay...I hope you sell bunches from the rooms, you deserve it for all the hard work you've done...LOOKS FAB...nut...

Lana said...

I would LOVE to visit your home / shop! I wonder how far away you are.....

Everything is just gorgeous!

The English Cottage Collection said...

Hey-thanks again, it took me a quarter of the time to post with your crash course in posting.....a hug Debra

Royaltouch said...

Wow what great finds, would love to come shop. So are you going to sell on line, like vintage in Etsy or just special local sales there?
Just curious because I have wanted to set something like this up at my home for a long time, still thinking of doing it when we get some more rooms constructed. I am zoned so I can have a business in home. I did it one Summer on my covered back deck and that was fun, made a store back there and sold several days a week all summer.
Good luck, I would love to go gathering with you, you found great things!