I will say I loved this shop. More from the outside. :) The bottom floor had lots of silk flowers and small decorating plants. Shelves of knick knacks. The upper floor had furniture. I will tell of this one table. Made of recycled wood (rough finish, looked like an old garage door) painted white, big and heavy...it would take ten men and a mule to lift it, asking price $1900.00 I told Ted, "we are in the wrong area". Ted has made some beautiful things of wood and all together never made this kind of money.
This is the shop called , "The Clothesline". Very cute name.
This is inside that shop. I was amazed it was selling clothing that I would associate with a beach resort.
This is a basic t-shirt style. Pretty and artsy looking.
I will apologized to anyone who owns a small shop....I think this is over priced. Now I may be saying this since I have sewn clothing and know how basic this style is to make. I don't think it was a one of a kind.
This is in the aisles(lobby) of Das Dutchman Essenhaus. Outside all the eating areas are displays of every kind. I really like the big display cabinet.:)
This is a cute and clever idea for a kid's room. It's made of wood but in the shape of school lockers.
Another big display cabinet loaded with china and home decorating items.
The colors were so pretty. I wish I had bought that lavender dish on top of the stack.
This platter was so prefect. The little stand that is holding it is made of metal with a leaf and a bird in front. Sweet. I have a few more pictures of the grounds for tomorrow. Speaking of the grounds....the grounds keepers we saw were Amish women in the dresses and wellies, digging the flowerbeds and removing sod. I am not used to seeing women gardening in dresses and bonnets. Nothing new to these ladies I am sure.
Hope all of you are staying warm here in the Midwest. I some of you are well into your spring with warm days. We should be by this time next week. Enjoy today. XO