Yesterday we had so many places to go to in a short time and some how seemed to make it to them all. We were headed to Deb's place in Dallas to check out her loot and to see our son, also in Dallas. But, before we made it there we made a quick trip, and mean quick not more than a hour, to Canton. It was so hot!! The minute I started walking I knew I wouldn't stay long. Besides, there weren't many dealers but I did find what I'd set out to find, a pendulum light. It was so humid that the short amount of time spent there was miserable. I finally told my husband, I thought I was going to pass out from the heat, so we loaded up and headed to Deb's. The truck registered 106 degrees. Our next stop was at Deb's. Her place was so beautifully decorated. I told her she should be in a magazine. Wow, she finds awesome things and displays them so cool!! I'll miss her at Zapp Hall this fall, but she'll be back in the Spring, also check out her blog. Here are pictures of Deb's place. Let's start with her Dining Room:
Look at this paper/cardboard mannequin, so unique. I also liked the pretty slip.
Different shots in her living room.
Of course every Texas cowgirl has to have white cowboy boots with hydrangeas!!
This vignette was on the wall in her bathroom.
Loved the mirror too in the bathroom!
This shot was the foot board of her bed. And...weren't these screens just fabulous!! She had one of each side of her bed.
Typewriter in her hall.
Okay, you probably know how much I love fish tanks, but can you see that spiral bra and slip on the side, now that really caught my eye.
This pretty lamp shade was found in Warrenton, she embellished it with vintage millinery flowers and the concrete lamp found in Dallas was just perfect married together.
She collects shell boxes and this cabinet was full of shell items.
This simple but yet pretty door frame with cheese cloth and an window just really spoke to me. Deb said she decorates it different at Christmas with a winter wonderland theme. I'll be back hopefully to show it to you at Christmas. Thanks Deb, Jen and Cat Daddy for your hospitality, lunch, and gifts.
By the time we reached downtown Dallas where our son was, the thermometer read 113 degrees!! Can you believe it. I knew that Dallas got hot, but I couldn't believe it was THAT HOT!! We wound up driving by Gina's shop, Country Garden Antiques, and I couldn't resist stopping. Gina also sets up at Zapp Hall and is so talented for finding unique things and displaying them. She's in the big tent by Carolyn Westbrook's place, so check her out this fall. Here are pictures of Gina's shop:
We also stopped by Lost and Found and City View Antique Mall. This is City View:
Check out these places the next time you are Dallas.