Late November is the perfect time of the year to travel and shop for Christmas decorations. The coastal line of California is a favorite destination to visit and to get away from the early cold winter weather. One of the places to visit is Rue de Lillie Antiques, located in Summerland, along HW 101 south of Santa Barbara. If you are looking for a quaint town with specialty shops and a row of antique stores, then this is a place you do not want to miss if you are traveling along the California scenic highway.
Rue de Lillie is a bungalow treasure-box filled with European antiques and collectibles blended with new finds that will transform your abode toyourvery own creative masterpiece. Behind the creative vignettes of this charming cottage is California interior designer and owner Francesca Wolff. Francesca travels to Europe to fill the shop with treasures from the European antique markets bringing in the romantic vibes of the old Parisian charm.
All ‘one of a kind’ goodies from Europe just got unloaded, and the talented curators worked their magic to bring you beautiful vignettes, and now they are ready to open the doors for the bi-annual container sale! Atelier De Campagne
September 22 from 9am-5pm September 23 from 10am-3pm 15 Mountain View Road Corralitos, CA 95076
These linen boards can be the perfect keeper of your little notes or loose picture souvenirs.
Hang these on your wall or set these on your desk leaning
against the wall.
Love this particular BON APPETITE linen board that every mom should have in the kitchen. A place where a mom rules and where memories are built…feels all the attention and the only place where mom can spoil the children!
We are so thrilled to receive these gorgeous wedding photos from our client, Christy. A couples wish to have the
perfect wedding all came true on their special day.
A romantic 'country elegance' wedding theme transforms the
hills of Virginia...
Tablescapes of merlot & gold, with white flower bouquet centerpieces, burlap & lace candle jars, lighted galvanized lantern, created the vignette for a
A large galvanized Park Hill lantern from our collection
used as a gift card holder.
Table lanterns found new homes after the wedding night. The bride and groom gave them away as gifts of remembrance for the bridal entourage!
The theme is repeated at the receiving area. The table is dressed with burlap and white flower bouquets accented with table lanterns. A mason jar is decorated in burlap and lace. Hearts were used for guests to sign their names and express wedding wishes. These hearts were later transformed
into a unique piece of art form.
A perfect wedding? Yes, indeed!
Congratulations and wishing you both a lifetime happiness!