French Vanilla Home carries a wide range of French inspired old and new things for the home.
It's a treasure trove.
French soaps and lotions, crockery, wire baskets, linens, candles, glasses and plates, totes and French market baskets. The furniture is vintage, distressed and worn, "shabby chic" which I happen to love.
Sheila arranges her stock with such flair that it's a rare day when I leave empty handed.
my last visit happened to be on a rainy day
we've been getting lots of rain
so it makes watering the garden quite effortless!
Sheila has introduced me to this lovely publication from Denmark.
Jeanne d'Arc Living
if you can find this magazine
you will probably agree that it's worth keeping after reading.
In the reflection you can see the building across the street
this is where a fabulous consignment shop resides.
Good Things is another wonderful shop.
I have had great success consigning my household items with them
and it's fun to walk in and peruse their wares.
You never know what you'll see
and the jewelry is always tempting!
Good Things is where I was recognized by the blog author Pondside.
It's fun shopping in places like these two gems.
I can't imagine how I would be able to restrain myself if I worked in either of these shops.
I'd probably be the number one shopper.
Do you have a favourite shop?
Tell me about it I'd love to know more.