Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Christmas at the Shop...

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at our space inside of M&M Antiques in Monroe, Washington. And speaking of Christmas, that's how it felt as I spread out and tagged some new inventory in our dining room the other day...

European antique dough bowls are in!

Vintage European grain sack pillows and a large, vintage-inspired laundry basket.

More European antique dough bowls, and vintage-inspired bread boards.

Vintage European olive baskets, potato crates and ice skates have also been stocked.

And back in the shop, it's snowing... ;)

So grab some snow shoes, or curl up by the fireplace (well, mantel at least)...

Thank you for stopping by!



  1. My favorite items are the red striped pillows in the last photo. Wish I lived close by, I'd be in your shop every week.

  2. Your place looks great! It's such a homey style for decorating at Christmas. I want one of everything please!

  3. Wish i were closer Julie, what a beautiful well pulled together space you have.
    I’m looking forward to your home and Christmas cheer spread about.
    I’m working on mine this week.

    See you soon and all the beauty rustically you inspire.


    1. Thank you Dore! And I am looking forward to seeing your Christmas home too!!

  4. Hi Julie,
    It looks so fun and festive. I love that wreath. Awesome!

  5. Do you ship items from your shop? I love the dough bowls.

    1. Hi Meg - I have some items that I haven't yet taken into the shop that I can ship. I sent you an email. :)

  6. Wow.... beautiful space !! Love the way you have it set up !!!!

  7. awesome blog. lovely setup.god bless you.

  8. Hi Julie, Your home is lovely and looks so comfortable. I would love to have a couple of the bread boards you have for your shop. Loved the way you displayed them on your mantle. Would it be possible to purchase them from you? Look forward to hearing from you. Jennie 4jmbs@charter.net


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