Old Lucketts Store is three stories high, with booths and shops throughout the building. As we reached to top of the stairs on the third story, I saw this:
We all read her blog and we are inspired by her story, but how many of us have actually run our hands over some of Miss Mustard Seed's fabulous pieces? It was a treat to see these things in person.
One weekend per month, the folks at the Old Lucketts Store open their Design House, which is a separate building on the other end of their parking lot. The items inside are high end, high style, and displayed beautifully.
There are items displayed outside the design house, too. I wasn't able to convince The Husband that we NEEDED to have a life-size bull for the front of our house.
This display of industrial lockers, tables, and other stuff wasn't bothered at all by the steady rain.
This was my favorite of all of the signs we saw!
It would take a very large kitchen to make use of this island ... but what a statement piece it would be!
This little shed outside the door to the Design House is totally adorable!
I practically drooled all over this dry sink, and the double pendant light fixture above it.
I took a photo of this canvas "21" pillow for our friend Alison at The Polo House.
The styling in the Design House is perfection!
A white mantel in one of the rooms was decorated with silver and mercury glass accessories.
As we left Lucketts and headed for home, I felt energized and motivated to tackle a few more of the projects I have here at home.
Now for the surprise ... one lucky Hartwood Roses reader will win this hand-painted tile tray. Details will be in tomorrow's post. (this one is long enough already)
See you tomorrow!