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June 27, 2009


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excellent idea for the fountain. Never thought of that.

This could be the most wonderful place on earth!

Oh Eddie and Jaithan, I am with you, this shop is lovely and so eclectic and unique. I loved all the unique pots. The mushrooms are so much fun, remember the ones I used in my tablescape for Easter. I have been thinking of using them in my garden and now you have spurred me on to do so. I will let you know how it goes. You are meeting so many interesting people and it looks like you are having a great time on your new ventures. Hugs Kathysue

Reminds me of a boutique I used to work in.

All the work inside are designed with the home in mind, and can fit in almost any design style.


Such a great boutique, thank you for sharing it with us! Definitely place to get fabulous shopping experience!

beautiful post !
i want to shop there !!!

those match books are a super cute idea. Does anyone know where that round coffee table comes from? I just saw it on AT

I would shop there in a NY (IL?) minute! Loving the fountain/bar, and I think I've found a use for the old (unused) birdbath that came with the shore house! Love that idea. And I think I spy a black globe that's giving me a little globe envy...:-)

oh my, what a gorgeous place!

...and don't you two just look dapper:)

How I wish I had a resource neither one of our places, it would make life both easier and more pleasant! Thank you for sharing.

What a beautiful store- I wish I lived closer because I would love to take a peek in person! What a fun party to have hosted in your honor!!

I loved the fountain used as an to ice the beverages! You fellers sure know how to have a good time and show us in bloggyland some great finds!

The crest chairs are beautiful!

Thanks for the marvellous tour Eddie - everything looks lovely and wish I could visit there! Love the pastels (on you and Jaithan) and love those little chairs! And the crest-back chairs and those modern black signs - wish I were there with my pocketbook..!

Glad you had fun, oh traveller!

Terri at Windlost.

Beautiful things! I'm loving the street sign artwork!

Wow, I love this shop, very creative ideas and her display work is wonderful!

How beautiful! Looks exactly like my favorite kind of place--but I'm 3,000 miles away! Boo! Thanks for the pretty, inspiring pics though Eddie!

I know it's a bit off topic, but great seersucker/madras tie/pink shirt and jeans combination. I'm rethinking my travel clothes for today!

Eddie, Your site just gets better all the time. Wonderful to keep up with your fabulous life. Even better to see all the beautiful things you feature.



Oh my word, that home, the garden ornaments, your charm, the signature bow-ties all have me oohing and ahhing.

What a great tour of a great shop. I want to buy one of those street signs

Eddie and Jaithan,

If you are going to blog about the frogboys, let me know in advance next time...their talent contract is up for renegotiation and they are really holding me hostage, stating that that I need to up the $$$.

Something about being courted for a *green* decorating reality show; I can't really understand a word they say, but I know it's going to cost me (and it sounds like they've been talking to *you*).

Tee hee.

What a fab post, you have blogged about some of my favorites, the Frogboys who I have a love affair with, the old Frogboys left and new ones have taken their place. Paper Source, is the best. All of my note paper comes from them. Great store, a warm and welcoming place. Have a wonderful time in NYC. See you when you get home.

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