Friday, November 14, 2008

Vintage Victorian's and a cool Black/White Store

Remember when we took a trip during Fall Break to Eureka Springs, Ark.? I've been meaning to post these pics. and am finally getting to them after a month of them resting in my picture file. Now that they've had some much needed sleep, it is now time for them to come out and show their beauty. My sister and I took a little walk through this all black and white store and I just couldn't help but LOVE everything. The owner told me that I could take the pictures, too bad I didn't take more. {thank you kind lady}
Looking at these pics. makes me want my house to look like, today I will slather white/black paint on everything sitting still. {not}

There is the kind owner lady, so nice. "Hey, love your store I want to live in it!!"

Cute little rocky cottage, let's go curl up by the tiny fireplace and have some hot cocoa or gourmet coffee. Grab that fuzzy plaid blanket, you know you want to.

Neat house, but I don't want to live in it....a little on the creepy side. This house was completely taken apart and moved from Tennessee (I think) and was put back piece by piece and placed where it is today. Interesting. The lumber was numbered so they knew what piece went where. Sounds time consuming to me.

I thought these white plates looked pretty here...just hanging out in the window box for passerby's to see.

Darling! I love the multi-colored Victorian homes. Sweet, reminds me of candy.


Liz said...

Oh. My. Gosh. I LOVE that store! I have to go there everytime we are in that town, which isnt very often... so I usually go crazy. :)

Rosemarie said...

Oh - I love these pics. I would have gone nuts in that store, too! The window display was such a neat idea.

Megan@SortaCrunchy said...

I am in LOVE. *drool*

Amy (Metz) Walker said...

I LOVE all of these pictures...makes me want to go bad! ;-)

Stella Blue said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I do hope you'll visit regularly. I love these pictures. That black and white shop is great!

Miss JC said...

oh, i miss eureka springs...i can't wait to go back!