Saturday, June 25, 2011

Window Shopping In Santa Fe

I'm not going to lie, I've been doing a lot of shopping while in Santa Fe!
The first night, we found ACC, a fabulous home store, right on the square, with these two chairs in the window.

Also in the window, a unique bar stool. Isn't that upholstered seat cool with the woven upholstery webbing?
I'm in love with it!

Santa Fe has beautiful clothing boutiques also.

Boots galore!

And my personal favorite: jewelry. Especially turquoise jewelry!

Ortega's, also on the square had the best selection of turquoise.

We have had such a great time in Santa Fe. We took a side trip to Taos also, which I'll tell about later. Let's just say it was quite the adventure!

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quintessence said...

What great stores!! Those first two chairs and the stool with the webbing are fantastic!! And like you, I adore all the jewelry!! Wishing you a wonderful southwestern weekend!!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Oh I agree, they do have some of the neatest stores. Love the chairs. Taos is quite the place. Can't wait to hear all about it. Hugs, Marty

~m said...

OMG, what great capture of your trip. Love that place for sure. Thanks for sharing.

Karena said...

That stool is wonderful, and all of your window shopping items! You must let us know what you chose on your trip!

Art by Karena

Allison said...

Santa Fe is my home away from home. My in-laws live there so we go a few times a year. Just love it! You'll have to share what treasures you decided upon. Enjoy the rest of your vacation, Delores!

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

What great stores, I fell in love with the chairs. Would love to be able to add a piece or two of that beautiful jewerly to my "small" collection. I love traveling with all of you bloggers that actually travel. hugs ~lynne~

Barbara@HausDesign said...

I have always wanted to get to Santa Fe - it looks like some really wonderful shopping! I especially love the turquoise jewelry!!!

Blue Creek Home said...

How much fun to stroll down the street and pop into all of those wonderful stores! The chairs and that bar stool in the window are 2die4!
Got us wondering what you took home!!

Bonnie said...

Very nice! I especially like the turquoise jewelry.

Linda in AZ * said...

* How I W*I*SH I had SOMEplace... ANYplace... for those FABULOUS n' COMFY chairs!!! They "got" me at "Let's see what we have HERE!"!!!

This town is UNDOUBTEDLY a MECCA for my kind of shopping, and altho I have SWORN OFF A*N*Y MORE purchases of turquoise or coral, I think I have "jusssssst the right thing" for one of the necklaces I saw... (now wherrrrrre did I PUT that.........???)...

Yummy! Scrumptuous! Soooo many thanks, & am so happy you two are enjoying your trip!!!!

Linda in AZ *

Gracefully Vintage said...

Great Chairs-That would bring me in a shoppe-
(fellow no. Ca gal).Love your blog.
Thanks for sharing your travles

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

Delores, we just got home from vacation too! Went to the Outer Banks in NC. GREATY week. I didn't mention that we were going away and couldn't get onto or leave comments on any blogs, Blogger wasn't letting me sign in!!!!! I so missed my blog friends and the posts! So glad you had a good trip, can't wait to hear about Taos!!!! The jewelry is to DIE for! XO, Pinky

Wyatt said...

I would dress like that everyday, if I thought I could pull it off!!

Wyatt's Mom

Sarah said...

Santa Fe shopping is always a treat. It's one of the reasons I like to spend time in Santa Fe. Each time I visit Santa Fe I have the urge to throw out everything in my closet and start over. Oh, if only I could. ~ Sarah

the girl is craftee said...

Must get those chairs in the window! Those are fabulous! Have you ever been to the hot air balloon festival in New Mexico? It is amazing, hundreds, maybe thousands of hot air balloons all floating in the air at the same time.

Have a great week!


Marlis said...

Loving the stool with the webbing.. did you leave it there for me to get next week? Just teasing.. sounds like you are having a blast. Many blessings, marlis

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