Friday, January 30, 2009

Victoria's Antique Warehouse

My dining room is a work in progress. I am happy to say that we actually were able to have Christmas dinner in the Shabby Old House this year.
One of my favorite pieces of furniture in the house is the China Hutch.
I don't have it decorated exactly the way I want it but as you can see I am playing around with what I have there. I am all ears for suggestions.
I purchased this wonderful cabinet from my friend Vickie who is the owner of Victoria's Antique Warehouse in Leesburg Florida.
I will be posting for the next few days on this beautiful shop.
I have been taking pictures of the shop for years now and I have made a scrapbook that is filled with beautiful vinettes and fabulous European antiques.

Meet my friend Vickie. She recently started a blog and you can visit it as well as her website.

Just behind the french door is a warehouse of furniture, mantles, architectural pieces, old doors, French beds and armoires waiting for the masters touch. Her customers can browse the back and she will help you create that unique piece for your home.
Look at this fabulous mantle that has been created.

And then there is the shop. If you can't find it here, you can't find it anywhere.
In fact when I visit the shop I always find myself not wanting to leave.
So if you are ever in the neighborhood of Leesburg. This is the shop that you simply must not miss. It is just off the main street and honey it is well worth the trip.

I will show you some more of her wonderful creations tomorrow.
I just may have her create a custom kitchen for me.
I have some great photos of the kitchen cabinets that she is making.
You won't want to miss this.


Carolyn said...

Hi Becky,
Looks like a shop I wouldn't want to leave either.Love your beautiful cabinet-I'm sure you will have everything looking perfect!Nice to hear from you!
Take care,

jen said...

That hutch is fabulous!!


Sharon~heartsongs said...

Your cabinet is great! I love the shop. I am always bringing more stuff home with no where to put it. I bet it would be impossible to leave that shop empty-handed.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Becky,
I wouldn't want to leave that shop either! Gorgeous pieces in there. Thanks for stopping by; it's nice to hear from you again.
I love your cabinet!
Have a lovely day.


Judith said...

wow - what a lot to play with!! I agree I could spend hours in that shop :) take care, Judith

LillyB said...

The shop sounds amazing and your place looks wonderful!!!

Nikki via The Scarlett Rose Garden said...

Ooo, Becky~ like your fireplace, your hutch is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen! It's given me inspiration for another cab I have, which is plain. I have some oval picture frames and I wonder if they'll fit over the doors...

Your friend's shop is divine. Wish I could come for a real visit right now! to find a map...

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Oh wow Becky, I love your china cabinet ! And no wonder you love Victoria's store ,what a place to spend the day !

Kris said...

The hutch is absolutely beautiful.
I could spend all day browsing and wishing in your friends shop. Maybe I can talk Phil into driving south. :)


A Southern Rose said...

Hi Becky,
I would love to visit her shop! It is beautiful! Your hutch and diningroom table and chairs are gorgeous! I love your home!
Lee Laurie

Penny from Enjoying The Simple Things said...

Your dining room is beautiful! I love your hutch. I also adore your friends shop. I wish I lived near by! I can't wait to see more pictures from there. I bought my paint today to paint my armoire and I am looking forward to starting this coming week.

Caroline said...

I could see myself in that shop for hours!! Thanks for visiting my blog, I am a frequent lurker to yours. Your B&B is beautiful and I so wish my bathroom looked like yours!! Using the sideboard for a sink is a fabulous idea.

Kim said...

Hi Becky,

I so envy you for having such a gorgeous white hutch. I would love to own a hutch like that to display all my china on. Maybe someday I will. Thanks for stopping by for a visit earlier today. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.... Kim

Michelle said...

Hi Becky!

Oh my gosh, I didn't know about this blog of yours!! I kept going back to The Rose Lake one and never saw it updated. Hehe! Remember, I'm a blonde at heart. Love that hutch. It is so gorgeous. I need one of those..I don't own a hutch but it seems teh only reason I would want one is because it's yet another place I can decorate in! Lol!

Unknown said...

Oh what a gorgeous dinning room! I just love it...
Blessings ~Mary~ :-}

joyh82 said...

I would love to be able to shop there. Your dining room looks great. Love the china and chandelier.

Marie De Marco said...

Your china cabinet is stunning and your frineds shop is amazing. I could get lost for days there.

SueLovesCherries said...

Your china hutch is perfect! Have fun decorating it!


Hi Becky,
Oh my goodness, that hutch is beautiful!! I do have a question for ya, I can't tell what color your walls are, chocolate or burgandy?? I love it, do you like the darker color on the walls? I have been thinking about chocolate on my walls in the dining rm but I don't know yet. I can't wait to see the cabinets she is making, her store looks like trouble to me (;

joanie said...

Hi, Becky. I was delighted to see your posting about Victoria's Antique Warehouse in Leesburg, FL, as I've been there several times and LOVE it! You made a great choice on the beautiful hutch. I love your home and enjoy so much visiting your blog.


Stokes and Company said...

Love it!! I would love to see more of her shop. I am a shop owner as well and am always inspired by others.

Sandy~Romantique Inspirations~ said...

Oh Becky, This place is absolutely wonderful. I know where all my money would be going too if I had it.

Your dining room is really coming along- I love it all!

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