If you have been following me over the past couple of months, you will know that I visited Lucketts, Virginia. But more specifically The Old Lucketts Vintage Hip Store. It is a store and property that ANYONE would enjoy. There is everything from vintage pieces, tattered windows, gorgeous silver, new and old furniture, plants, and even toys.
Today is the last of my Old Lucketts Vintage Hip Store Tour. But certainly not least…
I was lucky enough to visit there two times in my stay in Virginia. You can read MORE about my Lucketts experiences HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. There is so much to see and enjoy.
Let’s take my last look at Lucketts from my trip in the Fall…
As you can tell there is an array of vintage hats to feast your eyes upon. Each one is unique, fancy and gorgeous.
Whether you like to wear hats or not each one is a piece of art. They are fun to wear or to use as a home accessory.
The colors, ruffles, flowers, ribbons and bows are stunning.
Then there are the dresses! Oh my goodness. I am sad that I only got one picture of a dress. BUT, it is possibly my favorite one. With all the frills, tulle and layers, how could it not be a favorite, right? Pure beauty and vintage goodness.
As you walk from room to room each space is a fresh look. This small space was FILLED to the brim with every kind of silver you could imagine. From trays, bowls, utensils, urns and much more.
And the brass candlesticks were to die for! Every size and shape you could ever want.
Oh how I wish I could have brought the hammered punch bowl home with me! Well, maybe ALL the things! It just gives me a reason and desire to go back the next time I visit my daughter.
Every room and space is inspiring and helps your creativity or imagination run wild.
Whether you are a collector, junkin’ hobbyist, or looking to make a dream home, you need to plan on spending at LEAST a couple of hours strolling through the store and property. I hope you have enjoyed this series of my experience of the Old Lucketts Vintage Hip Store Tour. It certainly was a pleasure to share it with you.
Make it a lovely day, my friends!
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