November 10, 2010

SHOPPING IN SEVILLE AND MEDINA OHIO

Last Friday, my husband and I were heading down to the Simple Goods Show so we decided to make our way through Medina and Seville Ohio first. Here are a couple of pictures of things I picked up along the way:

First..I would like to share a couple of photos of the beautiful sampler I purchased at Seville Antiques in Seville Ohio. I love this primitive, antique shop! They have the best antiques. Every dealer has a little room set up, displaying their wares in the most beautiful, primitive way...it makes you feel like you are in an early New England Saltbox home...


It's dated 1939 with the initials W.T.B. at the top. I love the poem about friendship.



We also stopped at Three Brothers Antique Annex just south of downtown Medina. They have such a large selection of primitives!! I spotted this set of pantry boxes and of course just had to have them! They were my splurge for the trip...



Well...we never did make it to the Simple Goods show...that Friday afternoon we had to return home due to a family emergency. But all seems to be a little better now...so we are shooting for next year. I know we missed a great show and really missed seeing a lot of good friends....but when it comes to family...you have to follow your heart. Take care and have a good week.....

5 comments:

Rugs and Pugs said...

Bobbie ~
So glad to hear all is a little better :) Too bad you had to head home, but like you said, there is always next year. Family is #1.
What a sweet sampler and I do love your pantry boxes! Those are great shops, aren't they?
Hugs :)
Lauren

WoolenSails said...

Glad to hear your emergency has straightened itself out and love your finds.

Debbie

Primitives By The Light of The Moon said...

Glad things are better.
My you did find some wonderful things.

Lori said...

Bobbie, I'm glad to hear things are going a bit better. You got some great finds. The sampler looks nice against your blue wall. You know I love those pantry boxes!

Jon said...

Bobbie, I just found your interesting blog...great to read about your antiquing 'finds' and see how you've used them in your home. I'm also a 'hooker' so I want to see some of your projects. You really didn't miss much at the Simple Goods Show if you like bargains. Most of the antiques were terribly over-priced.
Sharon