I know that store well! I pass by it almost every day. You're in my hometown! :)
I would love to visit a store like that.
Oh my. I saw a few things I'd love. What a cool place. Thanks for sharing. Susan
That looks like a fun trip! Love the different mantles:@)
I would love to spent an afternoon there just dreaming away...
Amazing! A great place to visit,and dream.Thanks for sharing.Blessings,Sue
A great place to daydream!
Do they have a web site? I visit the web site of our architectural salvage store (I had it on my blog for a few years) and it blows my mind. A castle in Germany... Eighty thousand is probably cheap!
Awesome treasures! We have an architectural salvage in our city too and it's a fun place to explore. Some things are affordable, some not.
Our son-in-law owns a warehouse overflowing with what we consider junk, but I am sure his antique stuff is worth a mint. You stumbled upon great arhcitectural treasure with this one.
Wow, wow, wow, Carol! I'm back to blogging and now following you; in fact, I'm adding you to my sidebar, so I won't forget to visit!Best,AnneP.S.Did you get anything here??
Hi Carol,This is my kind of place...I could spend hours here just running my hands over the beautiful old wooden pieces. I live in a small narrow house so buying isn't an option for me.....this leaves me free to dream.Have a good week Barb from Australia
So fun to look, touch, dream! Thanks for your sweet comment on my Table for Two post. :)
Absolutely amazing pieces! How I wish I had that money tree in my back yard...Hugs,Debbie
This place has very similar merchandise as a shop near Buffalo, MN. Isn't it amazing to see that many treasures in one location?!
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