friday finds from the boxwood cottage in beaufort

12.13.2013

One of the reasons we decided to move back from Boston to Charleston was to be closer to my father, who lives in Beaufort--a lovely Lowcountry town about an hour and a half south of Charleston. Wednesday was my father's 80th birthday, and I was so excited to be able to spend it with him. 

After our birthday visit and before heading back home to Charleston, I took a detour to The Boxwood Cottage "pop-up" shop in the Habersham neighborhood--a charming planned community just outside of Beaufort that you simply must check out:


I became curious about The Boxwood Cottage after consistently crossing paths with owner Heidi Brueggeman on Pinterest, and I was so excited when I discovered that The Boxwood Cottage was just down the road! A 3rd generation antique dealer, Brueggeman lives in Newport and searches the East Coast up-and-down for unusual and fun vintage and antique decor. After collecting and curating her finds, she sells them in her little Habersham shop, which is co-owned and kept by her lovely mother, Bobbi Rice.

The following are my favorite finds from The Boxwood Cottage: 

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

The Boxwood Cottage, Beaufort, SC

All of the pieces are really reasonably priced (it was all I could do not to buy them out!). Keep your eyes on The Boxwood Cottage's Etsy shop, as well!

Enjoy!

Emilie

11 comments:

Vel Criste said...

Oooh, so many goodness to see! I want those brass horses and giraffes!

Emilie ShellAndChinoiserie said...
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Emilie ShellAndChinoiserie said...

Me, too! She had a pair of brass cranes (on the table in the last photo), too! Sigh...

Nancy said...

you had me at the double happiness jar. going to put her shop on my list of things to do when I go to palmetto bluff. thanks for the tip!

Emilie ShellAndChinoiserie said...

The double happiness was my favorite--she had two on Wednesday! Have fun in Palmetto Bluff!

Sharon @ Novara Way said...

Love the white chair! Great find.....I wish I lived closer, but thanks for sharing the goods.
Sharon

Emilie ShellAndChinoiserie said...

Isn't it gorgeous?! You may have to come visit!

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

I love the white chair and the blue and white jar....looks like a great shop!

Emilie ShellAndChinoiserie said...

Me, too! It definitely is! :)

Natasha Stevens said...

Looks like a great shop. I have 2 of the rattan headboards. I bought them for one of our guest rooms only to find out a few weeks later that a CRIB would be the focal point of that room instead :)

Emilie ShellAndChinoiserie said...

I LOVE the rattan headboards! But a baby is even better! ;) And to have both (or all three?) is the best, haha!

 
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