Saturday, April 21, 2012

Vintage Shopping and Home Decor - Part Three

Last but not least on our 3 shop journey is Robin's Egg located in Milford, NH.  This is one of the first shops I ever fell in love with.  It truly was love at first sight.

Robin's Egg is very large.  It is located in a very large old colonial with a full basement and a very large  addition off the back of the house.  Robin, the proprietor and her family live on the second floor. 

These photos I am sharing are a mix of pics taken during the recent holidays and from last Saturday.
Enjoy...
















I just love this light fixture!






I adore anything with crowns.



This apple grabber (I'm sure there's a better name for it) would look so great filled with greens and an apple or two in the fall and then maybe a small Christmas tree with a deer during the holidays.





Fabulous idea for behind a headboard








I am pretty sure this is the largest dough bowl I have ever seen in person!




Perfection







This is actually a lamp of mine adorned in coffee filters.  This will soon be for sale in my shop
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Another rockin' terrarium.



And another!  I want all of them.



















That is the fab Robin on the left and me on the right.  Not quite sure what I'm doing with my mouth! 




So this ends our 3 shop series.  I hope you had fun.

17 comments:

  1. Yay!! I'm so glad there is a part 3! I'm seeing lots of terrariums in some of these shops. They are so in now....love them. Thank you for the field trips! :-) Loi

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    1. Part 3 just for you Loi!!! Yes, lots of terrariums. I just might have to pick up a vintage one. The one I have was from a vintage shop but is definitely not vintage (but because it is my first one, it will always have a special place in my heart :-)
      Thanks for stopping in!!
      XO

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  2. so many things in this shop! Agree, terrariums (I've been calling them mini greenhouses!!) are gorgeous - so good for display! Love that Bois de Bologne lampshade aswell!!

    Sharon

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  3. Some beautiful things - thanks for the tour. Also, Thanks so much for the kind comments you left on my blog earlier - they are much appreciated!
    Hugs -
    Carol

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  4. Hi Lisa,i love your blog!The pictures and articles of all are well done.Sorry for not getting back to you sooner,[alot of in betweens]I am getting ready for our 1st fundraiser, May 6th 12-4 Kelley auction of the Boston area are doing appraisels for $5.00 per item up to 2 ,proceeds to go to SPECIAL OLYMPICS.My son as well as others will be here sporting their medals that they won last month for special olympics in Portsmouth.I am so excited about this event and so are the kids.Dealers will be here to meet and greet you,their areas will be stocked with new merchandise.Refreshments and alot of smiling faces.Hope to see you.
    Thanks again,
    Robin

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    1. So happy you like my blog! It was fun to do the post on your shop. I will definitely try to make it in on the 6th of May.
      -Lisa

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  5. I would go CRAZY NUTS in that shop!!!!!!!! So much eye candy!!!!!

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  6. You have a great eye for pillows and suitcases. Great stuff!

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    1. Thanks Jess! and welcome to my blog.
      XO

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  7. Hey again Lisa! just wanted to say a big thank you for your gorgeous comment on my guest post! Really appreciate your words and continued support!
    Thank you,
    Sharon

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    1. this shop is too gorgeous for words! adore everything!

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  8. LOVE LOVE LOVE the wire basket light fixture!! Looks like y'all had a fun time

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  9. SO much to love here! I was about to list the things that I loved, but then i realised that it would just be rewriting your entire post, because I LOVE IT ALL! Seriously - I could find a home for every last piece. Thanks for the great images. Paula x

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  10. LOVELY PICS:) I really like your blog and I want to follow, do you have twitter or FB??

    If you want some swedish decor inspiration, you can check out my blog:)
    Have a great week.

    LOVE Maria at inredningsvis.se
    (Sweden)

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  11. Wow, great pictures! I want to shop with you!
    Thank you for the lookiloo!
    Kerry at HouseTalkn

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  12. Ohhhhh how I wish I could go shopping there!!!!! I love,love,love that apple picker too :o)So many beautiful treaures, I could really hurt myself shopping there!!! LOL
    ~Des

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  13. Lisa,
    I don't know how I missed visiting you when you took a look at my site some months ago. I was housekeeping with communications and found your site. It sounds like you've been busy. I love this store, too bad I'm on the opposite side of the country.
    Karen

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