european country antiques

Hello, dear friends.  I have recently discovered a great blog filled with great taste in decorating and adventures.  The name of the blog is An Urban Cottage.  The best part of it is that Steve lives in the Boston area.  His blog has become a great resource for me in finding great places to shop and visit. 

A couple of months ago, Steve did a post on a store in Boston called European Country Antiques.  The Mister and I had a luncheon in Boston one Saturday, so we went over and took a look afterwards.  

Loved these colorful plates and hutch.  The Mister told me if I brought home one more rooster, he would put me out in the hen house.
Lovin’ these end tables.

I think the Mister got sick of me oohing and aahing so he went downstairs solo.  I also promised him we would stop for ice cream if he was a good boy and didn’t whine too much.

Love the wheelbarrow.

They had some really pretty copper pieces.
Thanks, Steve, for introducing me to my new favorite place!  

Hope you’re staying cool!

11 responses

  1. Glad you enjoyed it! Did you happen to check out the place across the street? It looks great but it's always been closed when I've been there.

    BTW, my name is Steve but you can call me Ron if you want.

  2. I am still waiting on my granite steps. Ha! You know, the Mister could start a personal shopping and delivery business just from your blog. Oh, and you don't have a hen house unless the Mister plans on building you one, so buy away.

  3. Katie,

    Thank you so much for visiting my shop! I love the photos – thanks for making the shop look so inviting. I really appreciate the time you took to write about your visit. I hope to see you in the shop soon.

    Ed Stuart

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