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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Feathered Nest Market

It Was Time
Time to go back to Feathered Nest Market in OKC.
Diedra and I went by there last week and I snapped these photos of their merchandise.
When I am working at Pier 1, I often get asked how I can work in that place and 
not spend my entire check.

Well, first of all....I need the money not the merchandise.
And although Pier 1 has many great things; most of them
are not my style.
I do enjoy helping other's put together "THEIR" style.

I buy little things here and there but so far nothing major.
But if I worked at Feathered Nest Market...I would have a hard time coming home 
with any money at all.

Like that big clock and that perfect turquoise table above.
I'll take those little urns and the metal basket above.
I'm sure I could find a spot for this french chest of drawers.
That rabbit is perfect for Easter.
Maybe I should go back and get him.
Very nice chandelier. I'd like for my bedroom and how about the blue swirl vase?
I'll take both.
I'd love to have that trophy and those diamond pane windows.
I kept going back to this garden cart. 
It's painted aqua and at $69, it was a steal.
But I couldn't justify it.
It's not the look I'm going for outside.
I thought it would make a good bar cart inside but it's rather wide and kind of short.
So I didn't think it right for that either. 
Still it haunts me because I'd love to have it.
What do you think of it?
Maybe one of you will rush over there and snatch it up.
It needs a good home.


The Vintage Farmhouse said...

It's very cute...but does seem a tiny bit on the short side. Hmmmmm wonder what it could be used for! ♥

Sonya@Beyond the Screen Door said...

I agree, Nita. It would be hard to work there and not coming home with something each day. Or at the least want to come home with something! Great pics!

Linda said...

There are a few items that I would bring home from Pier 1. But I don't think my paycheck would go there.
I love those cute white urns as well and I have that cute rabbit. Got him
at Homesense.

Curtains in My Tree said...

OMG I would love to have that tea cart and I would pay $69 for it however I live some drive from that place so guess someone else will get it

they sure have things displayed wonderfully

Debra@CommonGround said...

Thanks for taking us along, Nita! Great shop, I saw a hundred things I'd love!

vintage girl at heart said...

oh love all of the eye candy.
need to go there soon!
that cart is adorable..i would set it atop something else to give it height for a tea cart or booze bar!
happy thursday!

Ann at the Handley Bungalow said...

Drool, Drool, Drool!!! What BEAUTIFUL things! I can see why you liked that cart. I do too! I wish I had a shop like that near me. Maybe I need to open one! Such eye candy! Thanks for sharing.

Olive said...

Nita, your Tudor is lovely already you know. I would have problems working there however. I just cannot pay retail prices any more. Too thrifty now. Hugs, Olive

Amy Chalmers said...

HI Nita, I am at my training classes for Annie Sloan, so happy to take a breather to look at blogs and was thrilled to read yours! I used to have that same tea cart! It was in black and matched a complete set I bought...I still have parts, but I cannot remember when I got rid of the cart! Didn't have the room for it I guess when I got divorced and moved and had to downsize everything I owned....i love how that store is decorated. I can't wait for you to come visit me (and yes I we are going to do that!)...and you can come work some Mod Vintage life magic into my shop!

Brenda Pruitt said...

I have no cash to spend either. But it was beautiful eye candy!

Cindi Myers said...

That garden cart is cute. If I had it I would set it next to my clawfoot tub and stack shampoo and bathing supplies on it.
Actually I REALLY want the metal rack in the 5th photo down. It's to the left of the photo. I could use that in my kitchen.
xoxo - Cindi

Sonia said...

I love the Feathered Nest Market...go there at least once a month. I have purchased quite a few small things and a great piece of repainted furniture! Love it! I couldn't work there either ...would be broke!!!
Miss Bloomers

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Cute shop.

Anonymous said...

Wow, how dreamy to browse around in that shop! I'd be tempted to snatch up a few things there too! Thanks for sharing your lovely photos.

Ricki Treleaven said...

What a great shop! I like the little cart. I think it would be a great end table for magazines! :D

Claudia Fabiana said...

Nita, what a great little shop! I would love to get lost in there. And, I see a few things that would look great in my home. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos....


reFresh reStyle said...

I would love to visit! What amazing beauty!

Unknown said...

Have you ever been to the Rink on rockwell? It's pretty neat too