I'd never get out of that double chair. And if I couldn't , you know that guy sitting next to me couldn't ;>)....What a funny store. It might be a good thing that it wasn't open.
I love places like this! I enlarged the photos to be able to "shop" a bit.
That looks like a fun place! I bet there's some good stuff in there!
that's a lot of chairs!:p
The chair built for two probably started life as a two-seater glider, back in the 1950s. Fun visit, thank you for taking us along!
These are some old, crazy chairs! All I can think of for some of them would be to use them for a garden planter, if possible. Interesting to look at as a whole, though, eh??? :)
I'm sure there are a few treasures buried in all those chairsit would take a lot of patience to find them
I love places like this!
I recently picked up one of those S shaped kitchen chairs (like the yellow one in #5) They are so comfortable. It is sitting on my patio while I decide how to fix it up.
I haven't seen an antique such as this here. Lots and lots of chair. I think the blue ones are cute.
I noticed those blue chairs right away, too--my favorite color! Of course, I would need a little help getting back up out of them:)Spring is almost here--soon we'll actually be able to sit outside once again, Donna!
Hahahaha that's my kind of place. ;)
I love photos of chairs. I know that sounds odd, but there is something so homey about chairs. I also have a thing for doors and windows. Go figure.Don't know if you traveled down one post on my blog, but I wanted you to see that we have another grandchild on the way. Check it out when you get a chance.Hope you are getting some Spring weather like we are.lindalou
Follow up to your comment on my blog.She doesn't think she will make it to the 27th and she is measuring a week ahead of her due date...so April 18th has a really good chance. Wouldn't that be hilarious.I'll keep you posted.lindalou
I'm putting my money on the 18th!
Indeed. Actually looks a lot like on of my neighbors back yard. Till the view was blocked by the townships requiring him to put of a fence (after he took it to county court in protest... and lost. :) Or as he is quoted as saying to the judge "one mans junk is another mans treasure...
Donna, I have never had an eye for "antiques", it all looks like junk to me! But I've seen bloggers that come out with junk and after a can of paint, they have a jewel! It takes a special person to be able to see thru the rust and junk to find the good in those things!
i love browsing at antique stores too.
Hi Donna Thanks for stopping by to check up on me. I've been all tied up, but plan to get back to blogging soon, I miss you guys! I love a good old fashioned antique chair because some of them have a lot a character...But I'll pass on the one's with holes and missing legs unless I can find something creative to do with them.
Ohh hi there my wonderful friend. How is life at your end? I'm fine spring is in the air and we all longed for it soo bad. I wished I could be there with you and stroll around. Looks a great place to me. I bett I could find some pretty do-up chairs for my home there. Next time let me know in time than I will pop over. hugs Dagmar
Now the one with the hole in the middle of the seat is just crying out for you to take it home and put a planter there! You said you should have a hellebore in your garden, and of course the answer is that you MUST. They are wonderful flowers. Go get one!
Hi, Donna! Thank you for the visit and nice comment. Happy Easter to you and everyone. Please say hello to the Coco kid..:)Hugs
Had to laugh. Pop over and look at my post. Looks too familiar.
So funny the chair was "legless"( had too much to drink_
Wow just think what you could do with one of those old chairs! I'm talking succulents baby! LOL
Hi, Donna! Have a great weekend. Thanks for the visit.
For you to take the time to leave a comment means a lot to me. You make my heart happy.