Found, their sister store is still open by appointment and promises to have a monthly event for us to attend. Let's hope they keep it going.
With that said, I'm determined to find some new favorite places, here's one I visited last week....
A fairly new place in town. They have been around since the end of last year, but this is my first chance to check them out.
Here's a few pictures I took:
bracelets from license plates....
I picked up a few of these mini flashcards.
Love how these crates are held together with C-clamps.
This is the back side of a cabinet of small drawers. All the drawers are actually old wooden cigar boxes. The fronts are all painted grey, but I love the back side better, where you can see the labels and graphics.
Fabulous ski rack....Paula has one of these up in her family room.
I have a thing for watch faces....
Love the large letters on the back wall, I think there was a lone "S" hanging on the wall when I got there! And, love that stool with the back.
Apparently they have done well since next month they are moving to a new location just down the street. They will be right next to Paris Envy and promise cool air conditioning and lots of parking....both a problem at the current location. I love that this is turning into a destination area with Melrose Vintage, Rust and Roses and several other shops in the area all on 7th Avenue south of Camelback Road.
I feel a list coming on....Is is me or are the good places becoming harder to find!! I'm searching to find some new places to haunt. Do you have some favorite "go to" places to share with us? Of course we would love places that are near to us (California and Arizona), but both Paula and I love to travel and would be happy for a reason to go on a trip. Share with us your favorite places to find not only wonderful things, but lots of inspiration. We'll gather all your suggestions and share what we come up with.
Can't wait to hear from you,