- See more at: http://blogtimenow.com/blogging/automatically-redirect-blogger-blog-another-blog-website/#sthash.p5VL3RkF.dpuf The Old Lucketts Store Blog: Where it went

Monday, December 19, 2011

Where it went

A while ago, we posted a few stories here, here, and here talking about where our items end up when they leave the shop.  Here are a few more recent stories and the new homes they went to.

This oversize dough bowl will be filled with holiday greenery and ornaments on a dinner table in Frederick, Maryland for the holidays.

Pete scored it big when he found a huge lot of vintage olive baskets last week.  A few customers will be taking them home to store birch wood or kindling by the fireplace, and one lucky gardener will receive a few for Christmas to use around the house when he's weeding and working in the garden.

This GIANT table has some very neat carved details on its sides.  One very cool mom purchased this table for her daughter's playroom downstairs.  Up against the wall of chalk paint, this table is going to be the homework, crafts, and art table for two very lucky little girls.

One of my favorite stuffed animals at The Design House this year!  This huge black bear is a holiday gift for a couple who owns a cabin in the woods.  He'll be right at home!

Terri saw a picture of Diana's buffet on our weekly Fresh Off the Wagon feature and had to have it!  She called, then stopped by the store and picked it up that day.

Terri shared a picture of her buffet in its new home on our Facebook business page

We love to see the "after" pictures.  So if you have a piece you purchased from the shop or The Design House, please drop us an email or send us a message on Facebook and we'll be sure to share with everyone!

Have a wonderful week!


  1. Kelly C. via FacebookTuesday, December 20, 2011

    I went back and read them all, LOVE those stories!!

  2. I really enjoyed reading about where stuff went! Nice stories!

  3. Melinda F. via FacebookTuesday, December 20, 2011

    Love the blog!! That is a cool idea.


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