Sunday, November 3, 2013

Shopping at the Queen of Hearts

Hello everyone!

I hope you all had a nice weekend.  

Last week, my mom and sister took me out for my birthday.  After lunch, we went shopping at an antique mall called The Queen of Hearts.  It's a very large store full of booths filled with all sorts of unique and interesting furniture and accessories.  Some are real antiques and others are reproductions.

I brought my camera so I could take you all along with me.  


As you can see, there was already a Christmas tree set up in this booth.



I have NO idea what that naked mannequin is!  I never noticed it until now.  LOL!


I know a lot of you love the bull heads or cow heads that people hang on their wall.  This one was almost $400 and was HUGE!  We laughed at how large it was and wondered where someone would dare hang it.  



Plenty of Christmas accessories were already out for sale.








I like how this dresser is painted.


Love these shutters!


These little whimsical carolers caught my eye.  I have one piece from this collection already.  Now I know where I can get more!


This was a fun booth to browse in.  It had a lot of pretty Christmas decor with a country flavor.


I fell in love with this clock!  It was huge, but too expensive for me.


We had a fun day shopping.  I didn't buy anything, but my sister did!  I think she'll be sharing it on her blog soon.

Did you see anything you liked?

Thanks for coming along with me.

~ Kelly ~

25 comments:

must love junk said...

Wow-you showed some restraint! I see lots of fun things!!
Looks like a fun day :)
Susan

White Weathered Hutch said...

Happy belated Birthday Kelly!!
Looks like you had a great outing...

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/From Harvest To Table said...

Since you asked, I loved the crock in the first picture under the table. Happy Birthday!

Down to Earth Style said...

Looks like a super fun place to shop. The bull head is cool. You'd have to have tall ceilings - right?

Lisa @ Texas Decor said...

What a fun place to visit! I love how that dresser is painted too. Very pretty. Are those carolers part of the Lori Mitchell collection? Such cute stuff!

Linda said...

Happy Birthday!!!! I love you and I love your blog and every single post!!! Thanks for taking us with you on your birthday trip....loved all the pics of where 'we' went!

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

I love the carolers, too, Kelly! In fact I have one on a Pinterest board. So cute! I also saw a gray buffet type cabinet that I really like. Fun day!

Junkchiccottage said...

Wow Kelly lots of great treasures. I love that clock and dresser too! That cow head is too funny!!! Where would someone dare hang that!!!! Have a great week.
Kris

Daniela @Frugal Aint Cheap said...

looks like a fun place to go to get inspired. I see a lot of thing that could be done on a minimal budget.

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

I saw lots of things I liked! Sounds like a fun day! I'm glad you had a happy birthday!

cynthia lee designs said...

The antique mall looks like a great place to find some goodies. Sounds like you all had a great time too.
hugs,
Cindy

Ron said...

Queen of Hearts was a fave of mine when I lived in the ATL. I have the deer hear from the same company as the bull head. It is large. In Atlanta, the deer head was in my foyer (20 ft ceilings). Here it is in my master 14-20 ft ceilings). Happy Belated Bday! xo

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

What a great place, Kelly. I love that painted dresser. xo Laura

Deserae said...

Wow, what a fabulous place to go shopping! I'm not sure I could have used much restraint since there were sooooo many wonderful goodies :o)
~Des

missy said...

What a fun place ...Thanks for sharing ...Great fun...

Lady Pamela said...

Thank you so very much for our virtual shopping trip. I love it when bloggers share. Glad you had a great birthday.
*Smiles*

Cynthia said...

I don't know if I would have the restraint you had. Many great items. Thanks for taking us along.

Cynthia

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Looks like a lot of great inspiration and shopping there...I loved it when I first went there with Kim...and it was then she discovered that beautiful piece in her sitting room....glad you had a great birthday!...

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Kelly I saw sooooooo many things that I loved!! What a great way to spend your birthday!

Olive said...

I really need to drive up there and shop. We have our Open House this Sunday so it is Christmas at my house.

20 North Ora said...

Lots of goodies to look at. Thanks for taking us on the tour with you. And Happy Belated Birthday.

Judy

Amy at Ms. Toody Goo Shoes said...

Looks like a fun birthday afternoon. Browsing around that kind of shop would make me very happy. I love that big clock! Thanks for the virtual tour!

Babs Richman said...

Yay, you got to QOH. The store near you has so many great things, but then the one near me does, too..just a little different. The little carolers are really cute.Where do you display yours?
Thanks for sharing your pics, and belated Happy Birthday!

The Bluestocking Belle said...

I have GOT to get up that way! I live closer to the one in Marietta, so that's where I always go. But I'm longing to visit the flagship location, too!

Anne said...

What a fun shop!
xx
Anne