Raleigh Antique Stores

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My youngest started preschool today. That means two mornings to do whatever I like. And when SuzAnna’s Antiques is just down the street from his school that means some serious fun.

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SuzAnna’s is somewhere that I cannot take the boys. Can you even imagine the damage two boys could do! So I was thrilled to have a couple of child free hours today.

vintage store raleigh Raleigh Antique StoresI’m always looking for cool planters. I loved, loved, loved this one but the dealer wanted $5. I talked him down to $3 which was about $2 more than I wanted to pay for it.

On a side note, It’s hard to see with everything in front of it but someone seriously needs to buy that green fireplace mantel. It’s only $79 and it’s gorgeous. Every time I make a trip to SuzAnna’s I check to see if this poor little mantel has found a home and it’s always still there. I kind of feel like I’m checking on a stray dog left behind at the Humane Society or something. Finding a home for this mantel has kind of become an obsession of mine.

where to find number signs Raleigh Antique StoresCouldn’t resist the vintage number signs. Although I already had a similar orange sign that I picked up at the Raleigh State Fair Flea Market a couple of weeks ago.

succulent planter Raleigh Antique Stores I added some of the clearance succulents that I found last week at Lowes.

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Grabbed the scrabble pieces for $2. And now don’t know where to put them in my house.custom sheds raleigh Raleigh Antique Stores

Isn’t this little glass house to die for? Can you imagine having this in your garden!

Hope your kids had a great first day back to school. And you enjoyed a bit of peace & quiet!

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Thanks for stopping by! My family and I recently moved into a builder box home. And in between playdates and swim lessons you can find me adding some thrifty, diy charm to our new home.

7 thoughts on “Raleigh Antique Stores

  1. Where is this glorious place called SuzAnna’s? Somewhere in North Carolina? I have several mantels but just one fireplace. They look great on a blank wall. I would have to take that baby home. Love the numbers and the can with succulents.
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  2. Dani!!!! My mantle!!!! I love that thing, an I check on it every time I go there as well. If only I could get Steve on board with it!

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