FINAL DAYS!

As we approach summer, many of you will be heading out of town – to the beach, to the lake or mountains, or taking the kids to camp!   Just wanted to remind you that  THE KING’S HOUSE ANTIQUES  WILL BE CLOSING at the end of July-first ofAugust.   FINAL MARKDOWNS STARTING NOW! Hope to see you […]

IT’S RETIREMENT TIME!

IT’S RETIREMENT TIME!

I am a procrastinator.  I tend to put things off until the last minute until  it’s “crunch time”!   I must work better under pressure-we’ll see. I have thought about retiring, but how do you REALLY do it?  How do you walk away from 28 years of  what you love to do?  I found the […]

“LITTLE SAINTS”

“LITTLE SAINTS”

This is the time of the year where we see the Nativity scene displayed in our homes, churches and often with a live cast portraying the birth of the Christ Child. But let’s go back to the origin of the Nativity.  It is believed that St. Francis of Assisi recreated the scene of Jesus’ birth […]

Dicksonia-a Southern Wedding

Dicksonia-a Southern Wedding

Weddings and funerals….the two events where families always seem to gather. Here in the South, family weddings are a “must go to” event, especially when it’s held at the “big house”. The big house that I’m referring to is Dicksonia, a lovely ruin of a historic plantation home located in Lowndesboro, Alabama.  Located in Lowndes county, […]

Love Those George’s

Love Those George’s

        Clooney?  Bush?  Washington?    No, I’m talking about the British Royals? Baby George’s ancestors: George I, George II, George III, and George IV ! They were quite an impressive family, but the furniture that was designed during that period is what I love. As we sat down for Thanksgiving dinner, I […]