Oh, so nice, I could spend hours and hours in a store like that! I could spend hours here with you just perusing the picture!It all looks so enticing, and since I'm not really in the market for anything special, the things that are calling out to me are the chandeliers, the little stool or chair in the back on the right, the frames, the chair and the rose picture up front, but mostly, I think I would make a bee-line straight for any bits of lace or vintage material that were there, I have a weak spot for that most.Great picture!Great post!
Ooo it's sooo cute.I want a little shop like this.To answer your question:The mirrors in the back right hand corner keep drawing my attention.
Ohhhhhhhhh, what a wonderland! I would have to check out all the dishes first!m ^..^
i like the chair hanging from the ceiling how clever. :)
Oh, I want to go there right this moment. I love that chair in the front, and would definitely need to take a peek at that china set. I'm a sucker for pretty plates! But I especially like the idea of digging for buried treasures that aren't apparent upon first glance. Wonderful photo!
I would race you for the dresses, Simone and I'd grab that sweet little footstool and slippers/shoes and then the dressing table-mirror. The floral painting/print and the shoes above it as well. Perhaps I should just make it easier and move in there? Lovely shop!
How about you can go to Vegas FOR me! (All my inlaws are there...my kids are the ones that want to go.)
Okay...since you called the dresses, I'm heading for the black shoes sitting in the chair! What a charming place, I'd love to go in and explore it all!!
oh my gosh I don't know where I'd run to first! Everything looks so gorgeous. I love the chair hanging from the ceiling and the mirrors and frames but if there's jewellery...out of my way :)
I'm reaching for the ceiling!
Absolutely with out a doubt, I am grabbing that curved wood bench in the front. I'm sure there is a proper name for it, but to me it is the curved wood bench up front. Great post!! I wish it was that simple!!! :) KIM
oops, on closer viewing the bench I would grab is a chair...even better!!!!! :) KIM
I am going for the blue chandelier and white chair hanging from the ceiling. thanks for taking me to Paris!
the chair in the corner is where i'm going! hehe :)
the dishes probably wouldn't travel back so well so I'd race you to the clothes!
The fabrics and the frames!!!How I wish......(sigh!)If you are serious about the cushions let me know, maybe I can do some for you.Irene x
Wow! I'd love to go all the way over there just to see it and take pictures all its loveliness! love you blog! itsheavenly.blogspot.com
I think I'd go crazy in such a pretty store! I wish we had more little gems like this.
I have no plans to go to Paris... :-(.. i'd like a few things as well..
Oh I just got back from Paris on Monday! I wish I could have gone there. I think the shelves on the left look interesting (at the back)
I would be off to the back right Simone, and getting the frames leaning up the dresser, oh I miss the European shops we would have a field day Elaine :)
I am with you I would love to the dresses and then that table to see what goodies are hidden there. cute picture!
The hanging chair...the chandelier....the china...so nice!! Take care, Caroline
Definitely the tea set at the front! x
I am a furniture junkie - I'd go right for the solid pieces. That is one thing I didn't do in Paris, and now I think I need to go back... ;)If you have time, stop by "my place" and take part in my first ever "Silly Haiku Wednesday"! Can't wait to see what you come up with!
I'd luv to be in that brocante right now Simone. I'd grab the frenchy chandelier and the floral stool. Let's go ;)-marie
probably right there in the middle to those stacks of dishes or whatever they are. stacks of things make me a little koo koo.
I'm loving the hanging chair!
I'd love an uninterrupted hour to just search through all these wonderful treasures!
What a lovely shop...would love to get a closer look at that beautiful china!
i would grab the shoes first, then the dresses and then everything else left!
(sigh) imagine owning a little vintage shop in Paris!. I think I'd be taking home that little chair hanging from the rafters and the string of red beads.
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