Saturday, December 31, 2011

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Peace on Earth

As the holiday approaches, Home Again was filled with traditional holiday spirit. It is cold outside but there is plenty of warmth inside. Lots of candles to cast a warm glow. Customers reflecting on their own childhood memories of Christmas past. Downtown shopping in the snow, shoulder to shoulder, beautiful lighted display windows and Christmas music. It was a wonderful year. We stood back and knew it was a job well done. We would like to thank our consignors, friends and family for all of their support. So on to 2012!

Monday, December 12, 2011

Field Trip

Today we decided to see Lewisburg in all the holiday glory. This is the mecca for the antiques and collectibles market. The town is so beautiful at Christmas. Just walk the sidewalks and peek in all the store windows. Just entering the town you will get a warm colonial feel. This is what holiday shopping should be.

Just love how the business district is colonial style.

Lewisburg Hotel A Landmark

Wilson and Ross

When in Lewisburg this consignment shoppe is a must. Talk about the element of surprise! Owner Barbara Ross has put her stamp on chic, funky, vintage and retro. I can see why it is the talk of the college crowd of Bucknell.

I just love this sidewalk display in front of the shoppe. It says it all.

Upon entering the shoppe, this is what greeted us. Some lucky child will own this beauty.

This is just a tiny section of new and vintage jewelry.

Amazing Display Pieces

This was my find for the day. 1960's vintage sunglasses made in Italy. Hey Liz, these are somewhat like yours! I think we should vacation on Capri! We would look so retro!

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Winter Night

This kind of, sort of, maybe reminds me of a Billy Jacobs print. Well the tree and the moon anyway! See the Billy Jacobs prints at Home Again. We featured them on the blog.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Christmas Heritage

Holiday Table

Today we started working on our holiday table. The antiqued shabby chairs are almost completed. A burlap ribbon on each and a touch of holly. We adorned the table with a painter's drop cloth and a festive topper! We used a vintage jeweled handbag with a wooden bottom as a centerpiece. The dishes are Pfaltzgraff Christmas Heritage. This is the original pattern. Today they have something different .

Job Security

Just what do these guys do?