Friday, March 6, 2009

The Nest

We had the pleasure of shopping at
The Nest
while we were in Iowa! It was a cold day outside, but inside the store, the only thing on our minds was spring! Birds, bird nest, eggs, moss, flowers, rabbits, frogs, I could go on, but I think you get the picture. The shop was very well displayed, hats off to Amy for a job well done! If you see something you can't live without go to Amy's web site, I'm sure she'd be happy to get it right out to you! Enjoy pictures!













Theresa


21 comments:

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

What a darling shop. I love anything that screams nature..so glad you made the stop, and shared it with us.
hugs ~lynne~

Tess said...

Oh wow, what a wonderful place. I could easily loose myself in there for days....

Jettie said...

my sh!! I just love that place love it love it!!!

Sweet Repose said...

Boy, Amy got a double whammy from both of us. I'll have to email her when she gets back from vegas, such a cute shop!

Hugs...s

Tootsie said...

thank you for taking us shopping in such a fantastic place! Have a great weekend!

sepiadreams said...

Beautiful and filled with rich colors....Love it !!! Hugzzz...Tiina...

LaurieAnna's Vintage Home said...

Oh my, what a charming place. Great photos...thanks for sharing!

LaurieAnna

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

This is my kind of shop. I would have loved shopping there.

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

A wonderful place to shop!! I love the counter she made out of the old dresser and the cute canopy!

blessings
mary

countrycharisma said...

Looks like you could LIVE in there, really cute. Nice checkout counter too!

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

What a lovely shop! Of course, Mlle Magpie would love a shop like that!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

My kind of store - thanks for sharing.
Glenda

French Cupboard said...

Thanks for sharing. I'm going to hop over there right now. Blessings... Polly

juanita said...

Such a pretty shop.

The Victorian Parlor said...

Wow, it's a beautiful shop:) Her displays are lovely!

Pam said...

Your trip looked very very fun! I think one of the great things that I love is that in these economically challenging times, we business owners are not giving up. We can still be creative, and share of love of antiques, junk, whatever you want to call it with the world. Thanks for the pictures of your trip. Your blog is always fun.
Pam

Linda said...

Looks like a really fun place!
Thanks for sharing it with us.
Linda

It' an Evolution said...

Where in Iowa did you shop? I have been trying to get to a cute little shop in Dubuque called Willows. Have you ever heard of it? They come to Illinois for the Sandwich Antique Market every month.
Janet Doherty
http://itisanevolution.blogspot.com/

Lyneen said...

WOW... I would be in trouble there!!!!! Thanks for the lovely pictures!

VINTAGE HOME lifestyle said...

What a wonderful shoppe...thank you for sharing those great photos. Very inspiring.
Hugs...
Cathleen

Jackie said...

Theresa, I love the transferware plates with the birds flying over the top rim! Are they new or old? They are lovely. Someday I am going to go to Ohio, looks like heaven on earth.