Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Vintage White Iron

The collections of vintage white iron pieces  are perfect additions to any secret garden plans one might be dreaming of.  In fact if it were possible I would take every square inch of this peaceful plot along with every crusty, rusty iron delight.
 I can just see this collection under the big magnolia tree in the yard at our Shabby Old House.   I actually did take the herb planter home.  I didn't mind the rush hour traffic with the glorious smell of lavender filling the air.  It really is calming.  

 A vintage white iron table and chairs with loads of white flowers would welcome my guests.  This planter just may be next to come home with me.
 Rooms without walls or doors tucked in quiet corners of the yard are just waiting to be created and never have I dreamed as much as I dream when I stop to linger in the nursery area of this sweet little shop in Tampa.  
   I am so happy that you have joined me today as I share for Kathleen's White Wednesday, a shop I have come to love in Tampa.
Relics has it all.  Fabulous furniture and flowers and wonderful vintage lawn furnishings and garden decor. Truly a wonderful mix of old and new. 


Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

That is so beautiful!!
I am so anxious to start
planting but I think
we may have one more freeze ~


Deb @ Lavender Garden Cottage said...

I love your white iron! Just lovely!

Blue Ridge Altered Art said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful gardens and ironwork. I love it too and have a few pieces. Quite high in our area. ~~Sherry~~

Vintage Home said...

Great lookin Iron pieces!...We are waiting fo th ecold weather to leave b4 we can get out in the garden!

mariondee-designs said...

I love white iron! what a gorgeous shop.. take care, Maryann

NanaDiana said...

Boy~ Would I love to walk through that space! What a lot of wonderful things the white wrought iron! Diana

Carolyn said...

You do find all the nicest shops!


Blessed Serendipity said...

Very pretty. I love that vintage garden furniture.


Carolyn said...

Hi Becky,
I just read your comment. Thank you- I will put it on my bucket list!!!
It would be so much fun.


time worn interiors said...

I want to create a garden in my back yard this year! I have to do all container gardens and worry everything will die when we are away! I'm gonna try though! Already bought a really cool arbor thingy from Brain of the Seed Box! Can't wait!

Rebecca said...

Nice to see all the garden treasures, especially the white iron. I sold most of mine from time to time thinking I would always find more... not so much anymore.
I am itching to get out in the yard but I still have quite a wait.

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

What a wonderful shop. I love all that white iron. No wonder you love to shop there. Fabulous!

June said...

Becky did I die and go to rusty white Heaven??? This is Heaven to me, that's for sure! I love this place! Ooooh I saw so many things I wish were sitting in my garden (and yours)
Your comment to me was so sweet. Thank you so much for the lovely words you left. Made my whole day!
big hugs

Patty Sumner said...

Just found your blog and love it! I love all the beautiful iron pieces. My husband and I just bought an old bungalow cottage and are in the process of redoing it. I love my Lord and love to share my faith. It is clear that you do too. Come by and check out my blog. We have much in common. Blessings!

Carole said...

I had to come back for a better look. Everything looks wonderful set in with the white furniture and accessories.


Elizabeth and Gary said...

Oh my, I love the planter! I think this sweet beauty would come home with me too...
Have a sweet day and hugs, Elizabeth