Monday, October 13, 2008

Just a Few of My "Objects of Desire"....

I thought you should know that I'm a Heavy Metal Junkie..... Although not in the usual sense. I have this wierd affection for Cast Iron Urns and Doorstops, Floral Tole Trays and Tole Sconces, French Enamelware, Old Wireware Baskets, Birdcages etc. etc. Most of which carry a floral theme. I thought I'd share with you my collection of Old Doorstops and Cast Iron Curtain Tiebacks. I will add some pictures that were featured and photographed for a Local Magazine in our area called 805 Living. Doorstops are so fun to collect and decorate with, especially when grouped together.....So enjoy!


~Becca~Bluebird Rose said...

Those are really beautiful; a lovely collection!
How fun to have them featured in a magazine!!

Jean said...

Goodness, what a wonderful addiction, oh I mean collection. They are wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
Jean in Virginia

mishebe said...

Great collection. mishelle

Nancy said...

Cheryl, You have a beautiful collection and you have them displayed beautiful too! Nancy

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

What a great collection! Those are really beautiful!

Anonymous said...

What a lovely and fun collection. I only have one doorstop of a westie dog that I love very much. I would love a collection, but they are impossible to find around here..... I've seen some on Ebay, but then again they are so heavy to have send to Denmark where I live. Thanks for sharing, very inspiring!!

The Old Painted Cottage said...

This collection, as well as all of your other collections are absolutely to die for. You have the BEST taste.

I saw you featured in that 805 magazine. Gorgeous, gorgeous feature.


A Thing for Roses said...

Hi Cheryl,

I have been a long time follower of your ebay auctions and have drooled over pics of your home in magazines and on Jennifer's site. Love the changes you have made since the last time you were Cottage of the Month. Stop by my blog sometime if you get the chance.

Best wishes,


Nikki via The Scarlett Rose Garden said...

Howdy Cheryl! Just popping in from Jennifer's place.

What a GREAT collection. I just may have to do some heavy metal shopping myself!

I have an old clock that reminds me of some of these, it's plaster tho~

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Cheryl, I love all the old,old doorstops! Your collection is just beautiful, so glad you have a blog to visit.
xo Lidy

Becky said...

I have never seen the 805 magazine.
I will have to go look for one.
What a great collection you have.
They are beautiful.

Barbara Jacksier said...

Welcome to Bloglandia. Wonderful finds!

Rue said...

Hi Cheryl :)

Welcome to Blogland! I just found you via the Cottage of the month. Your home is gorgeous!

I love your "heavy metal" collection ;)


Becky said...

Hi Cheryl,
Thanks for stopping by my Rose Lake Cottage. Your comment was so very kind. Are you having fun blogging? I was just writing to Jennifer that I really don't go to Martha Stewart I watch her Cottage of the Month for decorating ideas and yours really gave me inspiration. I really study the pictures as we are renovating a Victorian Home in AL. It is my One Shabby Old House Blog.I will be stopping back by to see what you are up to and I hope you will come by and see me as well.
Take care

Melissa said...

Hi Cheryl,
So glad yThe documentary is amazing and should be watched by everyone regardless of whether or not this has affected you first hand.
She also has a new funny and sassy cooking show out called Stirring Up Trouble
I do the flash caou stopped by my blog :)
rds for her that she uses in each episode. Pretty cool.
Thanks for stopping in to say HI!

Shabbyfufu said...

Just came over from Barbara J's blog. The doorstops are something that I have a good sized collection of 'em! Welcome to blogland

Cathy said...

Absolutely beautiful photos. I love your blog too! Wonderful to meet you.

x Cathy

NeereAnDear said...

Hi Cheryl.... I too came over from Barbara Jacksiers and must say she was right.... Fantabulous Collection... something I had never thought of doing..

Congratulations on your blog and welcome to the world of Blogland...