Over the weekend I attended the Christmas Open House at one of my favorite little shops–Horton’s of Tipton. Horton’s is unique because half the shop is a hardware store where you can buy anything from blinds to paint, and the other half is a shabby chic paradise (AND, get this–they have a case full of fresh, homemade fudge). There is also a garden area outside the shop where you can find plants, flowers, pumpkins, and more; around Christmastime, there are plenty of live Christmas trees and garlands.
There are so many things in the above photo that I love, I don’t even know where to begin. First of all, those antlers are on POINT (see what I did there?). I am a huge fan of vintage white crockery–especially ironstone, of which there is plenty at Horton’s–so I adore that sweet little pitcher and the creamers. And can we talk about the light fixture made out of egg baskets? At this point, you’re all either entering Horton’s into your Google Maps app or trying to figure out how you can make one of those light fixtures yourself.
Pretty bows and beautiful linens everywhere you look!
A great mix of old and new…
This is a little peek at the new children’s boutique in Horton’s…too cute!
Do they have clothes? Of course they have clothes…
Pink jingle bell wrapping paper with matching tags and greeting cards! I can’t stand it!
“I saw three ships come sailing in on Christmas Day in the morning.” Nautical Christmas theme–brilliant!
Feeling sad that you missed out on the Christmas Open House at Horton’s of Tipton? Don’t miss the Christmas Vendor Market on December 3rd!