24 March 2011

VIF: Raised in Cotton

We've just returned from a fun 4 days in Kansas City--lots of eating and lots of shopping--and I came back with a mess of photos, new shoes and tops and a pair of capris, and a whole head full of inspiration. Ryan was sweet enough to venture off the highway on the way home today so I could visit Raised in Cotton, a shop I've read about in magazines and on Carol's blog, and it was quite a treat.

I bought a few lovely things, but I'm kind of wishing I'd also bought these sweet Nest blocks and the beauty shop sign...

Our visit left me imagining all sorts of possibilities for the treasures I bought there at the shop and at a few other places in KC, and the nice lady working there gave me some info for other interesting shops and events nearby that I'll have to make time for on another trip. I hope that tomorrow between sleeping in (it's supposed to be rainy in the morning--prime lazy conditions) and doing mounds and mounds of laundry I'll feel some "vintage inspiration" and find homes for all my new treasures...


Kymberly Foster Seabolt said...

I covet the "rest" blocks and that grey/red house is darling.

Thanks for sharing!

Debra@Common Ground said...

Oh I'd love to go to Carol's store. There are so many places in and around KC. We just don't get that direction since we usually head to ST.Louis instead. Sounds like you had a great time. Have a great weekend!

Carol Spinski said...

Hi Hayley:)

Thank You so much for the sweet post on our Raised In Cotton shop:) So sorry I missed your visit but hopefully you will return again!

Many Blessings, Carol

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I adore this shop~ swoon!

I am currently hosting an auction of vintage and antique linen treasures. Stop by and take a peek.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Kristy said...

Lots of lovelies!

Anonymous said...

OMG>>>oh me oh my...I am lovin' that shop...wish it wasnt so far away...we use to live in OK and that would have been a great road trip, but now we are way down south in AL. Loved the block letters. Hope you got some good stuff. Visit my blog to see my vintage Easter decor.Tiff


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