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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Greenhurst Nursery #12

Here's more of the "kitchen" area. A vintage scale is the centerpiece of this small wall. Isn't it cute? In here some of the candy is real and for sale. SOME of it is real, not all. You have to look carefully for the "ingredients" sticker to figure out which is real and which is "eye candy."


Chestnuts??? I've never seen them and these are faux. But they are gorgeous.

This is my favorite "wall" in the nursery. I love that old stove and the way they've displayed it with faux cookies baking in the oven. Notice the little apron - looks like a snowman. And again, instead of the traditional green they've used the lime green. Fantastic!

Another shot of an above photo but more to the left of the vintage scale.

Okay, now we're heading into the french country area. Faux cheese.

Faux flower arrangement.


Faux breads and cheeses.

I have no clue what this plant is but it's sparkly like ice crystals on it and faux, of course. It must be something the french would have because it's in that section. ;-)

Aren't these colors yummy? Very french looking.


Nope, can't sit on the chairs. They're for sale.

Lovely place setting with faux pineapples in the bowls.


If Love Bunny wouldn't notice I'd have this in my kitchen now!! It's a bit over my budget though.





French country sideboard with traditional articles found in a french country house.

Some of the napkins available in the french country section. My favorites are the yellow and red ones on the right side.

More soon! We ain't through yet, chicks!!!

18 comments:

  1. Lovely things Connie. The chestnots are what we call 'sweet chestnuts' as opposed to the conker variety. We have trees of them all round here and the chestnuts are so good to eat, cooked over an open fire!

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  2. Hi Connie,
    What a store!! I just wanted to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!!
    Hugs~Kelly

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  3. Good Morning Connie.... I am so excited about this post... Loved everything but I really loved the pineapple stuff... I have a collection of pineapple things and would be scooping up on the little faux pineapples and those pineapple rings... Oh now I am itching to go there... LOVE it...
    Have a great day!!!

    (((HUGS)))
    Donna

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  4. Fantastic nursery! How fun to just shop. You'd never get me out of there! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!
    -Karoline

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  5. This is qutie the nursery!!! I don't even know where to start, so much eye candy. The green and red kitch really pops. It has been a lot of fun to look at all your pretty pictures. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  6. Great tour! Sweet honey now has a great hint for Christmas...I hope he reads your blog & sees it! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  7. Chestnuts!!! Yeah, I learned what those look like the hard way. Growing up, the local park had these big, beautiful trees over the climbing toys and swingsets that provided a lot of much needed shade.

    Well, like most kiddos I liked to jump on the upswing and see just how far I could make it. The swings were in pea gravel so shoes or sandals were more of a hassle than help so I went barefoot.

    I happened to land on one of those spikey balls of green from a terrifically impressive height and in my young, innocent age let out a swear word that rang out across the park. Soap was later dispensed.

    Yeah, I know what chestnuts are and I'd be happy to roast them over an open fire if you know what I mean.

    My home won't be nearly as spiffy as Greenhurst, but I do have so foof instore. I'll proudly display my pics after T-day!

    ~Stacey

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  8. Oh Connie,
    What a wonderful place to spend the day. That would be great fun.
    Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving.
    Take Care
    Becky

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  9. Hi Connie! That store is huge and full of lovely things. I wish we had one here. I also would like to wish you a very happy Thanksgiving Day! Deb

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  10. Really cool blog....I LOVE the colors! Happy Holidays!

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  11. Hello Connie; I want to thank you for you visit and very nice comment you are such a Doll Chickie... I just love looking at all those wonderful photos. I could sit and look at them for hrs. Love all the French eye candy, those faux cheese's looked so real. I am looking forward to seeing more....
    Happy Thanksgiving sweet chick..

    Hugs;
    Alaura

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  12. Hi Connie,

    I barely put that post up and you were already visiting! Thanks hun! Love these pictures...I would be in this store for hours looking and shopping...good think I can't go to that store, I would be broke. Thank you for sharing these great photos.

    Kindredly, Lynne Laura

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  13. Hi Connie, what an inspiration your pictures are. Love it all, great ideas too. Thank you for stopping by, so nice to see you.
    Happy Thanksgiving.
    hugs, Celestina
    la rea rose

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  14. Wow, Connie, the pictures just keep getting better and better, what an amazing, wonderful store.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  15. Hey Connie!
    That vintage kitchen is so adorable at Greenhurst Nursery....how fun to get to see more of this beautiful shop!
    Nice to meet your hairdresser and dentist too...they look like such sweet people...
    xoxo,
    Queenie

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  16. I love the red and white Christmas kitchen. It is so cute. I love that old stove. What a wonderful place!

    xox Sharon

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  17. I would so go crazy in this section Conniekins. I am loving this so much!! Putting a shout out for this on now!!

    Love,
    Sue

    Happy Thanksgiving dear lady!!

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  18. Beautiful...what a fun place to visit...I am jealous, in a Christian way of course.
    Deby

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