Historic Corner House Antiques in Cross Plains, A Small Town Find
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A few weeks I told you about a trip to the strawberry fields in Portland and then a fun stop over in closeby Cross Plains. By the way, Saturday is the last day for picking strawberries which I raved about the strawberry picking here .I double raved about Thomas Drugs in Cross Plains, Tennessee and their original 1930’s soda fountain here.
Then I walked next door in Cross Plains and I was charmed all over again at the Historic Corner House Antiques. They have a little bit of everything, scattered throughout several rooms in a quaint old house. Everything is displayed with care and charm from beautiful white pottery to the modern jewelry with a lot of unique items in between, including gourmet food and privately licensed bath products called Farm Chicks.
Soaps and old fashioned scale.
I purchased the Farm Chicks rosemary lime bubble bath and now I wish I bought the shea butter too. Other favorites I want to try include grapefruit and apricot.
Does anyone recognize the Mrs. Beasley doll from the television show Family Affair?
I love everything white, one of my favorite colors.
Books adorning a staircase, part of the merchandising charm of the store.
One Saturday a month, the owner cooks some of the gourmet food and hosts an open house with samples.
Special Announcement: If you love yard sales as much as I do, the community Trash to Treasures has been taking place for 26 years. That means people are planning all year to participate. I found this flyer inside the Corner Store and I’ve marked my calendar. The last time I went to a small town community yard sale, I left with a solid wood, mid century end table for $10.
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If we lived closer, you just might be my favorite shopping buddy…ever! I just adore shops like this and could spend all day in them 🙂 And, yes I do recognize that doll, I noticed it in the photo before reading your post but could not remember why 🙂
Angela, I am soooooo jealous. What a wonderful find this little store is. Just up my alley. One day when I am not working I am going to jump in the car and speed down to Cross Plains to check out all the wonderful things you have posted about this little Tennessee town. Well done my friend.
One of these days I might visit….