my {shop design} shopping list

There are a few things on my radar that I’d really like to get my hands on for the new flower shop. As soon as I have a free Saturday, I’m hitting up all my old favorite thrift haunts to see how many of these treasures I can check off my list.

1. Old window frames to share seasonal specials and promotions.

Source: via Shelby on Pinterest

2. Lots of vintage glass.

Source: via Jennifer on Pinterest

3. A graphic floral rug or two.

Source: via Kristen on Pinterest

4. Pretty prints.

Source: via Laurie on Pinterest

5. A hefty antique butcher block table.

Source: via Lisa on Pinterest

6. Stacks of old fruit crates.

Source: via Alicia on Pinterest

7. Oversized mirrors.

Source: via Massiv on Pinterest

8. French buckets.

About Keira Lennox

I'm a small town girl from the sunshine state with an affinity for bookstores, beauty counters and unfussy style. I spend my days running my flower shop, and my nights blogging about what I love and what I wear. (Or watching Netflix and drinking wine.)

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  2. Home Goods or TJ Maxx usually have big mirrors for a decent price. Some craft stores might have them, too. We bought an antique looking mirror for our fireplace from Hobby Lobby (a craft store in Texas) that fools everyone. I can’t wait to see photos of the finished store!

  3. I LOVE what you love. The window pane?? Sa-woon!! I collect this stuff {some people say to them} for my home, my soon-wedding {hurrah} , our business.. We love stuff.
    And your blog is new stuff I love!!

  4. Out of all of those I love the graphic rugs the most. There are so many gorgeous rugs on the internet. Although in a shop where people are wearing shoes they might tread all over it and make it dirty. Which would be sad.
    Also the butcher block table is cool!

    1. The rug I linked to is from Urban Outfitters, and is only $44! I ordered a couple last night :) I’m trying to strategically place them under furniture and displays to minimize wear and tear from foot traffic.

  5. oh my goodness!! I LOVEEE the new look! What fabulous choices for your store, with that kind of inspriation and creativity I know its going to turn out beautifully!

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