Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Special Shop Shout-Out!

The very next time you're in Dallas you must make a shopping pit stop at Vintage Living, the fabulous storefront of designer Lisa Luby Ryan.

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The shop is filled with the most incredible furniture, bedding and antiquities.

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Not only is Lisa's boutique beyond beautiful, she is a sweetheart as well, with an extraordinary testimony of God's saving grace and mercy.

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Drop by Vintage Living...you deserve a little treat.:).
Vintage Living
6701 Snider Plaza
Dallas TX 75205


trish said...

Oh my sweet goodness, that first picture is gorgeous (they all are, but that one really jumped out at me). I wish we had stores like that around here. :o)
Sincerely ~ Trish

stefanie said...

what a gorgeous store!!!!

Cathy said...

One of my all time favorites! Love...love...love!

Thanks Lisa!

Jen said...

What a fabulous shop!! Wish I had one in my area. Next time I'm in Dallas, I'm going with you! :-)

red.neck chic said...

I'm adding it to my "must go immediately" list... I see several things that will insure I don't leave there for many hours...LOL

Thank You!!!
;-) robelyn

Stacey said...

Oh, you find the best places!!

Saleslady371 said...

I would love to go there. Thank you for taking me via pictures.

Thanks for prayers for our prodigal; that means everything!

Karen said...

I will be in Dallas next Wed. I have exactly 1 hour and 5 minutes in between flights! Think I can make it? (hehehe) It'd probably take me 3 hours just to meander through it all . . . BUMMER! Because that chandelier is GORGEOUS!!
Love it all! :) Karen

Liz said...

Oh...... I could do some damage here! :) Gorgeous!


Sweet Bee Cottage said...

My in-laws used to live in Ft. Worth and I sure do miss our little jaunts to Texas. Sure was a fun place to visit. If they still lived there I'd be visiting that delightful shop.

Sewn With Grace said...

Hi Lisa! Oh I wish I could visit that far. Nothing like that in Michigan. Thank you for your kind words on my blog look. It was fun working with Michelle. It really makes blogging fun to love the look of your blog, doesn't it? Have a blessed day!

cindy said...

I do love her new shop, but I'm always quite nostalgic for her old one, it was just so cottage cute and vintage fun!

yapping cat

myletterstoemily said...

we're in dallas all the time, so i will happily
stop by her lovely spot.


Michelle said...

Hi Lisa!

Thanks for stopping by! I am so glad to be back hopping around blogs. :) This store is gorgeous!! I would not leave there without purchasing at least three things. My mother will be in town next weekend and I'm taking her to an antique market place with goods very similar to this adorable store. I'll take pics!


The Blushing Hostess said...

What fun! I will def stop in when I am there in the fall for football. gorgeous!

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Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Oh, Lisa! Thank you so much for passing on information about this place!! It is right up my alley and I will stop by there next time I make the trip to Dallas! AND, the Door Couture is awesome, too. You know the best things! =) Thank you for sharing!

Katie said...

Looks so much fun, I miss the south. Pottery Barn is what everyone has here, it gets boring.

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Oh writing this address in my book to go and stop by...another place to discover, how fun!!

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