After sifting through at least 300 pictures, I am thrilled to share My Visit to The Old Lucketts Store-Part Two. It is such a fun place to visit when you are in Virginia. It isn’t far from Washington, DC. Well, probably an hour and a half-ish away. And if you LOVE vintage style, like I do, you don’t want to miss out.
If you would like to see Part One, visit here.
I am actually going to make this series into to 4 or 5 parts. Only because I have so much to share.
And I want you to enjoy the sights, rooms, and ambiance of the whole property.
The first time I was there on my most recent trip, it was mid-September. Lucketts was all decked out for Fall. Can you believe those gorgeous pumpkins?
As you walk up to the porch it is filled with vintage, hip and original pieces to browse through.
When walking through the front doors, you are greeted with a registry book that dates back years and years. You are welcome to leave your name and email address for future events and sales.
To the right of the registry is a huge file/cabinet piece. It is filled to the brim with all sorts of eye candy for buying or gawking over.
There are several stories and/or levels to the main store. And each staircase has a unique look. I wish we still had stairs so I could copy this idea. What about you?
All the vintage goodness caught my eye right away!
Yep, you guessed it-I want my husband to build me this bench. Where will I put it? I am not sure. But, isn’t it amazing with the rustic style and unique pieces? OH! And I already have so many similar pieces that I could recreate the no problem. Happy dance over here!
A sneak peek into the many rooms staged in the Lucketts Store.
In a very tiny room this harlequin painted floor is stunning.
This large room is right off the entry into the store. And it is FILLED with eye candy for days! I could be in here for hours and hours and really not see everything.
From the interesting lighting, to the bed tray, to the scarves hanging above the headboard, to the spindle four poster bed, and the vintage window frame, there is so much to be inspired by.
This console, though! Yes, I want that, too.
It’s fun planning and dreaming, isn’t it?
I actually visited The Old Lucketts Store two times on my recent trip to Virginia. TWO! And I really could have gone again. But, that is for my next trip to visit my family in Virginia.
I hate to end it here. BUT! I really have so much more for another day or two. Hopefully, in-between my other projects I will get another blog post up about My Visit to The Old Lucketts Store-Part Two.
What would you like to see next time? More of the store and property OR the Garden Gathering store? You tell me and that’s what I will do.
Thanks for joining me and I hope you have an incredible day.