So I've donated a ton of stuff - books, vases, shoes, purses, clothes, furniture to the Goodwill. One day I found I was down to my few favorite vases, so I thought I'd visit Land of Plenty to see if the owner would like to buy my vases.
zentangle in her work and that she uses prismacolors. The results are fabulous.
O.K. Peg, step away from the lamp. I had to quickly exit the store before I bought this lamp. Ya'll know that I am a lamp tramp. It wasn't easy. I had to remind myself that I am getting rid of stuff. Ahh, it's a sickness, getting rid of stuff, still looking at stuff. Humans sure make beautiful things, don't they?
As I exited the store, I met N. William Tomlinson, owner of Venia Design. William recently opened a new store next to Land of Plenty.
As you can see, he's a real cutie. And he makes you feel very welcome in his store.
I fell in love with William's artwork, which he likes to incorporate in his design.
I love the ghostly nature of his work and his use of negative space. It was all I could do not to buy this piece.As you can see, his prices are very reasonable.
There are many eye pleasing vignettes in his store, each lovingly done. How cute are these orange vases?
Dig this coffee table with sunken section for plants! Love it! If you need help decorating your place on a small budget - including art selection - you don't have to travel all over town. You need look no further than this small block on W. Market in Akron.