Thursday, February 21, 2013

Adding A Few New Things

Hello sweet friends! How has your week been going? I can't believe that I am about to say this, but here we go...I am soooo glad to be back home from my beach condo! I know you all must think I have lost my mind, who in world would be happy about leaving a beautiful beach? Well, if you had just spent two full days cleaning tile grout instead of soaking up our beautiful beach, then you would be happy too. After day one, this old gal could hardly move, and I'm not kidding y'all, it was awful. I'm a tad bit better today, thank goodness! Okay, enough about my days scrubbing my floors. Before I headed down to the condo, I added some new inventory to my booth and did some fluffing here and there. I hope to get a lot of new goodies made in the next few days, so I can give my booth a SPRINGTIME feel. I'm counting down the days to March and daylight savings time, how about you? Now, let me share with y'all a little tour of Coastal Charm Interiors. If you are a local peep, I would love to have you come by and shop with me. Thanks for the visit and I hope to see you here again.
                                             Blessings,
                                                Linda


                                              


                                 I call this my...Driving Miss Daisy hat!!!


                                   Moss cone+ironstone=CHARM!!!!!

                             I have a lot of ironstone...just waiting for you!


                                          A Southern Belle pillow.

                                    Lovin' these chippy paint chairs.

                                       

                                More ironstone and some pretty
                                           vintage linens.

                                   Great aqua chest and neat old yellow
                                      vintage kitchen stool...sorry y'all...
                                              they have both sold:(

                           



                                   Good selection of milk glass.



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49 comments:

sissie said...

Hi Linda,
Can't blame you for not wanting to clean.
I have to say that your booth looks absolutely fantastic! I love how you've mixed so many pretty things with the vintage and rustic. Love the ironstone.

hugs
Sissie

the cape on the corner said...

the space looks great. could you tell me what you are selling that large tray near the martini sign for? thanks!

Patricia Krank said...

Oh how I would love to visit your shop and buy out all of your ironstone! You have so many great items for sale. Blessings, Patti@OldThingsNew
http://patricia-krank.blogspot.com/

Sherry at The Rusty Pearl said...

I love it all... OMGOODNESS PERFECTION .. love love love !! I always love your posts and blog. I get really inspired here .. AND cleaning or not sister... TAKE me to that BEACH lol

Pamela said...

Everything looks beautiful Linda! I would be a stalker for sure if I were near by!;) Sending you a message about something I saw!:)

Donna said...

Scrubbing tile is not fun! Bless You!
Your booth looks like so delightful! I could do some shopping for sure. Love all the ironstone.
Hugs,
Donna

Pam@OurAdventuresInHomeImprovement said...

Your booth has so many great things in it! I sure wish I lived closer and could see it in person.

Good luck with your soreness. That stinks, but at least you're done!

Have a great day.
Pam

Valerie Strain said...

Linda,

It all looks so pretty. I really love your Burlap Banner.

Hugs,

Valerie
Cottage Making Mommy
www.lovingmyheartandhome.blogspot.com

Pam said...

Your booth looks fantastic. You always find the best stuff. Too bad you're a little bit too far for me to travel to.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Your space looks wonderful Linda, so full of fun treasures. I all your ironstone and those fabulous chippy chairs. Thanks for sharing...I'd love to come shop.

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

I could do some serious damage in your shop!!

Donna Wilkes said...

Go buy a bottle of swimming pool cleaner (I use Off the Wall). Grout will be cleaned and you on the beach in no time! I have started up-dating my booth for Spring. I love the pergola over the top of your booth with the places to hang banners and springs. Do you have to adhere to a fire code? Here lately I have been selling mostly smalls, little tables, and anything outdoorsy.

Ron said...

Your space looks great. I could definitely do some damage there.

Sherry @ Thrift My House said...

I could hang out here all day! I LOVE all of your pretties! Totally inspired!

Karen said...

Cleaning grout is HARD work...totally get it! You have some great stuff in your booth :)

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh my would I be in BIG trouble in your booth. :)LOVELY!

Ramblings of a Southern Girl ~ Rhonda G said...

LOVE all your new finds! Wish I were closer, I would be one loyal, and slightly broke, customer! :) Your booth looks wonderful!

Gail Wilson said...

Your booth looks fantastic! Linda-you have so many wonderful things! that had made me smile. :)
ohh your poor aching body. Hope you're feeling better real soon!
gail

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Your booth is full of wonderful goodies, Linda! I really enjoyed reading the feature over at Fairhope Supply Co.!

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sarah @ homeologymodernvintage said...

that leather luggage bag is calling me. my next beach vaca needs to be over your way so i can rummage through your beautiful booth! ;) {love those "working" vacations!}

Stephanie said...

Your space looks wonderful! That yellow metal kitchen stool was precious!

Carol said...

Your shop looks so charming, Linda. I adore those vintage patterns -- some look very familiar which makes me vintage, too, I guess...lol! I would love to visit if I was even semi-local, but AZ is far from local!

Anne said...

Your space looks so cool!Wish you were not so far away!Lots of great treasures!That hat is so sweet <3
xx
Anne

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Calypso In The Country said...

I love all that ironstone! What a fun place to shop!
-Shelley

Patsy Blake said...

I would love to visit your booth next time I'm in Mobile. Looks wonderful! Thanks for visiting me at The Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore. I just joined your linky party and became a new follower.

~ Liz ~ said...

Don't I just wish I was a local. I would be in there all the time. You have quite the shop. Just love it!
Liz

melissa@thetinsel.com said...

OOOHH I want that lamp for my kitchen!! We did all our cabinets in black milk paint <3

Tazas y Cuentos said...

Oh! A lot of lovely things. Those vintage sewing patterns and the dresser where they are...the ironstone...everything is fantastic. But I'm so far for a visit...
Besos! Silvina

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Linda, What a wonderful collection of vintage! I love that dresser!!!! I see so many things that inspire me.

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

I love the variety you have, Linda. I'd stop by if I lived closer.

chateau chic said...

So many goodies in your little shop, Linda! Sure wish I could come and shop. Loving all that ironstone.
Mary Alice

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

So many pretty things! Your booth looks wonderful Linda!

Sue said...

Oh my- you and I are both cleaning grout! My hands are as rough as sandpaper! I steamed and scrub brushed the floors once before, but the sealer apparently didn't help. This time, I'm double coating it.
Your booth is sure looking 3good! Lot of variety in your stock. I'd like some of your ironstone. :-)

The Refeathered Roost said...

Love the booth...especially the Driving Miss Daisy hat and that round wicker tray. I put cleaning grout way up on the top of the list of things I really really don't like to do. That's a chore that would make most want to leave the beach!
melinda

**CREATIVE CARMELINA** said...

Hope you're feeling all better!
All of the vintage treasures are great...the daisy hat and vintage sewing patterns are sweet.

Thanks so much for your visit.
Ciao Bella
Creative Carmelina

Amy Kinser said...

Your shop looks wonderful! I would love to come and shop.

Hope you are all better and rested up.

Fine Craft Guild said...

This is soo cool to see your space. It is as if I'm there... and I was there!!! How fun!

Your space looks great, btw.

Junkchiccottage said...

Oh my your booth has a lot of vintage eye candy. Loved looking at your pictures. Wish I lived closer to come and shop your booth.
Kris

Angela Santaniello said...

Such a gorgeous space! I especially love all the ironstone. Thanks so much for sharing.

Angela

Joselyn @ The DIY Spot said...

Great inventory! I wished I lived nearby.

Kimberly Glinski said...

Linda, thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. It allowed me to come and find your beautiful blog. I am considering opening a booth in an antique marketplace. I'm wondering if you have any advice you would be willing to pass along? Thanks so much and have a great day! Kim
kimberlyeglinski@gmail.com

Lorraine Finkbeiner said...

You have some wonderful things in there! My new space has a pergola top too! We must be kindred spirits! I love the pretty garden feeling it gives...plus it's great for hanging stuff!

Debbiedoo's said...

Happy Sunday Linda. Just taking a short break from my Spring cleaning to say hello. I absolutely love your new space. How lucky,and such fun to hunt and gather all your gorgeous goods.

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

All looks great Linda!!

Ann said...

Sure wish I weren't more than 1,500 miles away. Your space looks incredible. Just about anything in your booth would be perfect for my taste. Thanks for the eye candy tour!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

I hope you're feeling better by now Linda. I had to chuckle at a memory this reminded me of. When our girls were little we had a chance to be guests at my husband's bosses condo at the beach, but my girls ate bad shrimp at a restaurant and vomited all night, on white carpet, and I spent the next day scrubbing carpet and floors to get it cleaned up. That was a weekend beach vacation from Hell!
I DO love your booth space it's so Springy and fun!!

Sherry said...

Great booth! Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home!
Sherry

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