The store changes with each Season, perfectly displaying everything appropriate for that time of year. This was my second early Spring trip and I was captivated as always. Every single display is complete perfection! I could LIVE in this store! On the outside, the complex is made up of ramshackle barns and green houses seperated by gravel paths that have displays of their own. There is also a large nursery area that carries obviously well tended, high quality plants, shrubs and trees.
The real magic happens when you step foot into the main building. It's bucolic and elegant all in one with fabulous antiques and vintage furniture hold intricate displays of all sorts of goodies that you feel you must have! Reclaimed wood and zinc topped tables showcase gorgeous table settings with ideas that you are going to want to remember! There were pretty hickory cutting boards used as chargers and glazed terracotta saucers that I wanted to snatch up. This store makes you wish you didn't have a budget! After you finish shopping, there is a lovely cafe set up in an antique greenhouse bursting with lush plants and flowers. They have a huge collection of various teas, hot and cold and a tea of the day. Hot bread is served in a sweet terracotta pot with a bit of whipped butter topped with sea salt. The bread was so good, I ordered an extra loaf to bring home to my kids! Enjoy the photos!