Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Sunday With The Queen

I spent Sunday with a group of Atlanta bloggers at Queen of Hearts Antiques & Interiors.  If you live in the Atlanta area you probably know this place.  Everyone I talk to tells me this is their favorite antique store.  They have 3 locations, Alpharetta, Buford & Marietta.  They opened the Alpharetta store early just for us!  We were greeted with a champagne brunch & sway bags that were personalized with our initials!


Aren't they cute!  What Southern girl doesn't love an initial?!  After our wonderful brunch, Stacey, the owner introduced herself & several of the staff members.  You can tell they are really passionate about what they do & they love being a part of the Queen!  We were given a few hours before they opened the store to shop.  I met Lisa from Before Meets After & we did some shopping together.  She is pregnant & just found out she is having a boy!  She picked up some great items for the nursery & I can't wait to see what she does with them.



I loved this pallet wall & this console table.  There was lots of cute stuff in this booth!


I loved this idea!  Cut holes in the drop cloth & push smaller pieces through to make a fringe!  I am so going to do this!!


Totally love this idea!


This painting caught my eye.


Chippy goodness, need I say more?


Ahh, more chippiness.  Love!



Cute little lids for mason jars, I picked up some of these.  Now I just need to have a party & use them!


I am in to horse heads right now & love the weathered gray boards behind it.


Burlap, piping & cute bunny!!  


This was another cute booth!  Loved the turquoise shutters & check out the old ironing board.


Super cute idea for a frame, there were several to choose from.

There are so many great things to choose from at Queen of Hearts.  Be sure you visit one of their stores soon, I am sure you will find something you can't live without!  

I was not compensated for this post.  I was given a gift certificate & a bag of goodies.




3 comments:

  1. Okay Jill time to travel south to The BoneYard on Raymond Hill ;) www.facebook.com/theboneyardonraymondhill

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  2. Thanks so much for featuring my booth. For more, please check out my blog at blog.lisagabrielson.com. Grazie!!

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  3. Such a small world. I bought my first piece of distressed furniture from Lisa at "Before meets after". I bought my duck egg blue vanity. You can see it on the main page of her blog.

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