Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Hearts and bunting by the sea


Down one of the back streets in Weymouth, close to the beach, is one of my favourite shops.


 It has many sea themed items, always popular with me!


The words on the bag below bring instant visions of the British seaside and next to it are such pretty windbreaks.


I loved these owls too!


Hearts, bunting and china and painted furniture what more could you want?



I failed in my quest to just take photos and had to buy this basket of vases just the thing to show off some blooms from the garden. 


Hope you are all having a good week.

Sarah x

24 comments:

  1. I'm not a great shopper but I think I could spend a few happy hours in that particular shop, everything looks so beautiful.

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  2. A lovely little shop. There are lots like this in my town but I very rarely visit them - too many nice things and I don't have my own home to put them in :( !


    Thanks for your comment on my 'round three' post.

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  3. Have you a new camera? What a shame about your other. I love the neutral colours of this look..

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  4. Hi Freda,
    Yes we have it arrived in the post yesterday still experimenting at the moment-looks promising. These pictures were taken with the old one before I dropped it!
    Sarah x

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  5. Dear Sarah,
    I can see why the basket of vases had to come home with you - it's great! Luckily we don't have any similar shop locally - or else I would need a very deep purse!
    June

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  6. Just lovely! Spied a few things I liked........Ada :)

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  7. What a great shop! I can imagine you come her a lot, lovely greetings

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  8. I would certainly be tempted in there - but I have to keep reminding myself that our aim will be to downsize in the not too distant future - so must cut the shopping - but oh it is so difficult!

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  9. A lovely yummy shop, I have an owl cushion he sits on a chair in my kitchen, I love your little basket of flowers very pretty.
    Thea x

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  10. That looks a lovely shop. I would have been very tempted by the wooden oyster catcher!
    Enjoy your new camera.

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  11. It is easy to see why this is one of your favorite shops. It is so charming. Thank you for visiting my blog and your sweet comment. Have a marvelous weekend, Connie :)

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  12. i'd love to go there! & i love english seaside style.
    x

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  13. oooo loooks like my kind of shop! love the basket of vases too, thinking i could conjure one up with milk bottles!!

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  14. Dear Sarah - what a clever name to give the shop, and such an array of goodies to tempt one to open up the purse. I really like the basket of vases that you purchased.

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  15. I want to be there too! Loved my visit down by the sea, it's been too long! Great shots!

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  16. Hi Sarah,

    This is the sort of shop I like very much too!

    Madelief x

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  17. What a treasure-trove of a shop. Quite glad I don't live any closer - it looks dangerous! Juliex

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  18. Great news about the new camera Sarah :D

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  19. That shop looks too gorgeous! I love the flowers in your last pic - I think I have just bought a buddleia for our garden which is exactly the same as that in your picture! Enjoyed your blog (I just typed 'glob' - too tired, off to bed now!). xCathy

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  20. Hi Sarah,
    I can see why you loVe this shop!
    I work in a shop rather like this one, that is why so much of the pretty stock comes home to live with me!!
    I LoVe your vase of pretty posies too.
    Enjoy your rest of week Sarah, we have awful rains here, making my windows cry dreadfully!
    LoVe Mariax

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  21. Hello Sarah,
    I am in love with the shop, just looking at the great photos you took. I would have to leave my purse at home! I can't resist these kind of shops.
    Your basket is lovely. Great to put your blooms in.
    happy weekend
    val

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  22. What could one want more? You are so very right! I LOVE this shop and your photographs! Very well done! Fish and chips is one of our favorite dishes when visiting the UK - in fact we had it up the road in an English pub the other night and all that was missing was brown sauce! Have a good weekend and thanks for all your comments on my blog! Christa

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  23. Sarah, what a gorgeous shop, I think I want to wile away an afternoon in there. I particularly like the owla & you basket af vases.

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