Today I got to go to my favorite store; Things Made Wonderful Country Store. The first thing I saw on the porch was a halloween sale. Now for those who know me, I am a cat nut and halloween means cats. So, I found two fun cats to add to my collection and at half price!
This guy is so fun and he will go into my hooking room. That is where I display my halloween items, rugs and some fun cats, all year round. That is the room I will be moving my office into and using as a creative space this winter.
Then I found a black kitty, that I can redo to fit the seasons since he is simple. Also, more ornaments to add to my collection. I will be doing smaller table top trees this year, so adding to my light and small cat ornaments. I also got some small goods that will go into gift boxes, so you can't see those;)
I had to get permission to take these next shots, so I hope you enjoy seeing how they decorate some of the rooms for the holidays. I wish I could have gotten better shots, each room is filled with prim furniture and goodies and it is just so warm and inviting. I want to make all my rooms look like these.
I love the deacons bench and coffee table in this room, on my wish list.
The living room is so warm and inviting, it is filled with wonderful goodies and a great way to envision how things look in a home.
For those of you who love farm tables, this is a dream room. Behind that is a bedroom with a four poster bed and then there are rooms with linens, candles, smalls, and the list goes on. At the end of the tour, there is a large room with a fireplace and more furniture and smalls. Mixed in with the newer wares are antique items that are also for sale. They also carry a nice selection of prim trees, for those of you who are looking for them. And if that is not enough, upstairs is filled with booths from different vendors, carrying antiques and handmade primitive items. If you are in the Rhode Island area, it is a must see store and if you visit their Online Site, you can check out their events, which has an upcoming holiday weekend.
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