Monday, April 14, 2008

So Shabby Pink Presents The Little Rose Cottage


I would like you to meet someone I became acquainted with in 2007.

In Hewlett, New York, there is the sweetest shabby chic style shop called The Little Rose Cottage. Two lovely ladies keep the place buzzing: Nancy (the owner) and her soon to be daughter in law, Kristy.

Nancy and Kristy are like a lot of us that love pink and the shabby chic look. Nancy loved it so much that her home began to overflow with her design. Encouraged by her son, Chad, she opened her store in 2007. Kristy is her future daughter-in-law and what a wonderful relationship they share!

Take a peek at this!

















I have taken from their website (with permission) the following description of their shop:

The Ultimate Shop for Romantic Home Decor findings. This charming romantic home decor Boutique is filled with the most luxurious shabby chic furnishings. We carry many originals as well as manufactured products.


The store, located in the 5 Towns area of Nassau County, Long Island, has its original antique tin ceilings and tin walls and a charming window display.

Inside you will find an array of specialty gifts and home decor items including candles, picture frames, clocks, decoupage, wall decor, pillows, lamps, hand painted porcelain, stationary, vintage finds, mosaics, wall art, glassware and so much more. Please look through our gallery to see pictures of The Little Rose Cottage and take a virtual tour.

If you can’t visit us at the Little Rose Cottage, you can visit us at our online store. You will find our secure online store very easy to navigate and convenient to order. If you have any questions, please contact us at (516) 216-1701.

What a gorgeous place. I wish I could shop there!

Have a wonderful Monday,

Peggy
So Shabby Pink

2 comments:

Pink Icing on the Cake said...

This is one of those shops that I love to find when you least expect it. Darling!!

LeAnn :)

Roxie said...

Wow, there looks to be some pretty shabby stores in the New York area. I might have to plan a trip there in the future.
Those pictures are definitely drool worthy.