I love Charleston. My sister lived there for many years, but moved. It's a fun place to visit. My favorite restaurant is Magnolia's. Years ago, my favorite was Henry's (across from the market, about a block or so from The Omni), but Henry's no longer exists. The owners sold it, the people changed it, and it changed the ambiance. Then it folded. People liked the old and worn, the tried and true.
well that is fun! What a quaint looking neighborhood.
Nannykim, How interesting! Oh my..I don't know what I was thinking of. How come I never visited your other blog. I certainly should have done it a lot sooner! I love your home blog. It's really beautiful.Glad you liked the antique frame idea for decorating. :o)Donna @ Comin' Home
How fun is that? Charleston is one of my favorite places to visit. I hope I can fit a trip in next year...I'll look for this!
What a clever idea - it provides a lot of texture in that window (and interest!) in that window. Hope you're having a great weekend...
Love all the vintage looking buildings. How fun, and boy is that a lot of corks.Thanks so much for stopping by and your gracious comments. You asked about the plaid sofa, I gave it to a friend. That was a blessing to us both. I didn't have room and he didn't have a sofa, so worked out perfect, and the plaid is perfect for a man. Hugs, Marty
Love this -- just did a post about wine corks and wine bottles, this fits right in!!!
We have been to Charleston several times and I have never seen this place....looks so cool. Of course there is so much to do and see there you can spend days and days. Thanks for sharing.
Awesome!We too, have been to Chas many times (it is 2 1/2 hours from Greenville, SC. and I have never seen this place either!Chas is one of my favorite towns!Thanks for the picture-too cool!I pray you are blessed today as you make your home!~me
Kim, Thanks for visiting, I just used lots of dried flowers, sticks, and anything I could find in my yard! Loved the picture, a very unique ideal. I have never seen that particular place, but I will look when I go back for the bridge run. Talk soon.Sandy
How cool! I love it..a window full of corks..A neat idea..(I wonder how many bottles of wine were drank)LOL.Have a sweet day and hugs, Elizabeth
How clever is that?!! Love the title of your blog!
What a neat looking restaurant and I see that you put some corks to good use with your wreath. Thanks for stopping by the other day.-Rene