Saturday, March 19, 2011

farm equipment

It is slowly coming.
More and More people are wandering into the Barn without a coat.  Occasionally, I am seeing the flip-flops... and twice I have seen shorts.  In Minnesota once we reach 40 degrees, any thing goes.
I am still waiting for 60 but seeing the sun sure is nice.

I am happy to see that the galvanized metals are still hot this year.

please grow

love these industrial metal shelves

your No. 1
.... How cheesy!
I do love the individual containers

Enjoy your weekend.
Eat. Drink. Relax.


time worn interiors said...

I love that sign! I can't believe your not keeping it!

Karen said...

LOVE the shop!! Do you have a website you sell off of?
I'm a new follower of yours and would love to keep seeing more pics of the barn!

Anonymous said...

Love what "the barn" has to show...I just did a shopping tour on my blog...come by and sneak a peek...follow and comment or leave a tidbit of advice for the fairly new blogger! I really enjoy your blog and love the industrial look...Tiff

Barbara Jean said...

fun post Lori
what is in the pots with the numbers and bags of 'stuff'?

barbara jean

Nancy's Notes said...

What a shop!! Would love to be there!

Artsy Fartsy Junkin Finds said...

I love your displays, the look fantastic as always, not to mention the sign rocks! Hugs, Janna

A Cottage Muse said...

That sign is awesome!!!

Loving all the pots and numbers...are the black ones dones in chalkboard paint? The rims are cute too...french script?

Thanks for such a pretty, inspiring post!

siryoz0 said...

Nice shop!I should visit your shop sooner I love collecting "outdated" collectibles to please myself.I recently visited antique kansas city and i love my stay there, affordable and a true beauty.

Ido said...

I would like to know what's in those beautiful pots with numbered tags? Love everything, beautiful!
Happy Spring!

harvest said...

Very good job buddy its really fantastic I am using these Farm Equipment since 2-3 years and I am getting satisfactory results and my farm is also looking like green garden.....Thank you