And this is the inside. Now, all we have to do is get the offer accepted (they were off by a bit more than Hubby is willing to pay). And if we can't get them to come off their price the hunt is on to find one at another location. We looked at probably 50 or more different RVs & let my aching legs & feet tell you that is a lot of climbing stairs IN & OUT. And Houston was HOT & HUMID! But, we had a wonderful time. Thank you to Diane & her Sweet Hubby for their hospitality. OH MY HER HUBBY IS QUIET THE COOK FOR BREAKFAST! Two days of huge breakfast & then lots of eating out for lunch & dinner I can tell you I didn't work off any pounds tromping through trailer lots but, I did have a blast!
After we left their house late Sunday morning we headed to Brenham, TX to go back to a shop we saw a few weeks ago. LeftOvers Antiques is amazing (click on the name to visit their site)! Diane showed it to us when we were down there for our class (HERE & HERE) & I know Theresa also did a post a week or so ago so be sure to visit her & see more. The photo above & below shows the entrance into this HUGE store which is full of treasures & wonderful displays. I hope you enjoy the tour.
As you walk into the entry that beautiful vignette with the bed is on the right & you can see how deep the isle goes into the next room.
To the left is there kitchen. It is a working kitchen (so it wasn't staged for a photo shoot meaning... please disregard the box, coffee pot etc) yet, has been decorated with such CHARM! I LOVE all the vintage plates & tableware in these amazing cabinets. Click on the photo to enlarge it to really see how wonderful these are.
Here's another shot to enlarge & see all the details. Isn't that light fixture great?
And this room shows different beds dressed in a few of their wonderful lines of specialty bed linens. They have an entire department for this so check out the website. I loved the bed in the middle. The blue & brown comforter & pillows were wonderful!
And oh so LOVED this white linen set.
See all the pleats & ruffles. All soft WHITE LINEN! Love it but, not practical in my ALL BOY WORLD!
Loved this linen slip cover on this chair. Click to enlarge & see the details!
This wonderful shelf runs alllllllllllllllllll the way across one LONG wall & is covered in amazing goodies! I wish you could see the detail on these items. Some great cake stands & brown transfer ware.
This is a shot going into the opposite side of the store. This area has more rustic things. See the BIG canoe in the corner? It is tipped on end & shelves have been added to make this a display unit. To give you proportions... that chest on the very left side of the photo - the top hits me at about mid shoulder. AND I AM six foot tall. Now do the math on that canoe all the way across the room. I would guess no less than 20 feet tall.
And a bike hanging from the ceiling with that wonderful rock fireplace in the background.
I thought this little guy was a hoot. You know my feelings about stuffed animals from the previous post but, he was soooooooooooo cute & they had a pair of glass perched on his nose. Better than a huge buffalo staring off the wall at you................................
And this vintage bar had all sorts of old goodies. For those of you who know me well know that my Hubby LOVES Jack Daniels & has quiet a collection of things. This bookend set was unusual & is in the "to be considered" category. It is white limestone carved with Jack's bust in one side. A nice accent to his collection don't you think? Go HERE to see his goodies.
Speaking of Hubby... Here he is petting Gracie. She is the stores Mascot. What a sweetie she is for sure. Since loosing our sweet Sheltie in February we pet every fur baby we can & Hubby was loving sweet Gracie. I tried to take Gracie's photo with Pat (the manager of the store) whom I really enjoyed talking with.