My Booth at The Lazy Daisy Gift Store

                                  TOOT! TOOT!

Time is not on my side these days it seems.  But I finally got some photos taken and I would love to show off my new space  

                                             The Lazy Daisy Gift Store

LDGS is a darling shop, the second one owned and just newly opened this past August by Michelle.  I got in this charming shop just in time, because people are clamoring for space now.  The owner is cute as a button and a doll to work with and every vendor is a delight.   The shop is located in a historic Virginia community known as Midlothian, fondly called The Village by most of us.  It's a friendly little Southern community in the northwestern part of Chesterfield county, just a few miles from the big city of Richmond. 

  Williamsburg charm is prevalent in the village.  Hoping you will visit, you will also find two antique malls, Buckingham and Coalfield Station, as well as other small antique shops, thrifts, and great places to dine.   When you walk in the door of the shop, you are met by a pathway of  beautifully hand painted diamond  flooring.  The store is filled with upscale hand made gifts, up-cycled hand painted furniture, antiques, vintage and oh so much more.   Let me know you are coming.  Would love to see you! Now for some pictures of my space.                                                               

P.S. Many things in the booth are bigger things, not great for shipping.  The smaller items are in my on- line shop.  www.thevintagenest.com.  But there are some smaller items, so if you see something you might want let me know, and I'll see if it's suitable for shipping.  Happy too!

Until next time ~ xoxo

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Junkchiccottage said...

It is so much fun to see all the treasures for sale in your booth. Hope all is well. Have a wonderful week ahead.

Beverly said...

Ooh! Everything looks wonderful. I wish I could visit.

Congratulations and good luck.♥♥♥

Betsy Brock said...

Oh, how very fun! I know you had a ball fixing up your booth...it looks amazing!

dizzyizzy said...

I want that Texas potato sack pillow. How can I get one? Do you ship?

All About Vignettes said...

Oh Lynn it looks wonderful and also looks like you've found your passion. I have to make a shopping trip when the weather cooperates.


SImple and Serene Living said...

Your booth looks wonderful, Lynn. I am so happy that you stopped by my blog today. Don't know how we lost touch, but we can't let it happen again. xo Laura

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh Lynn, I am guessing you have the coolest..prettiest booth in the store. I looked over your pictures about 5 times. I love your great mix of large and small items...What a fun booth. I am seeing vintage farmhouse at it's best.....Oh I wish you lived closer to do the Polka Dot Flea!!!


The Kim Six Fix said...

I'm so excited for you Lynn! It is fabulous!!

The Kim Six Fix said...

I'm so excited for you Lynn! It is fabulous!!

The Kim Six Fix said...

I'm so excited for you Lynn! It is fabulous!!

The Kim Six Fix said...

I'm so excited for you Lynn! It is fabulous!!

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

I love the statues. My daughter had a vintage hat very similar to the black one, but it is in pale blue.

Rita C at Panoply said...

Well, I guess I must've been living under a rock not to have found you, your blog & shop until now! I came over from Ivy & Elephants, but also saw your blog mentioned on 21Rosemary with the upcoming link party. I am so happy to have found you, and I added your blog to my reading list and you to my G+ circles. As a fellow blogger and antique mall booth space vendor, I look forward to seeing your posts on that topic, and I'm sure I'll be seeing other common areas (and friends, such as those you'll be partying with, and some of those commenting).
Btw, I love the less than perfects Jesus and lamb statues in these photos. I am drawn to those for their scars.
Rita C at Panopl

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