Upcoming Show Announcements

Your Attention Please!

You are all invited to attend our open house that will be held in our restored Carriage House!  Scroll down for images lending a sneak preview as well as show dates. 

Holiday Show Dates:
Preview Friday Evening: December 2nd, 6:00PM ~ 9:00PM
December 3rd & 4th , 10:00AM ~ 4:00PM
And the following weekend:
December 10th & 11th , 10AM ~ 4:00PM (Friday & Saturday)

350 River Road, Lewisburg, PA. 17837
Phone: (570)523-8363

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Furniture, cupboards along with country smalls will be available for immediate purchase.  Of course, our Halloween and autumn unique artistic offerings we created will be mixed in with our antiques.  This will be a fun and welcoming show just like a party decorated to the hilt with holiday pleasantries as well as unique decorating ideas!  A dancing broom will be the belle of the ball along with lit early hearth cauldrons, pumpkin gourd creations as well as plenty of surprises!  We hope you can make it as I would love to meet you in person!  Any questions, please give me a call:  (570) 523-8363 

Cash and Masks Preferred as this is an indoor show!

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~Exciting news~
*Show Date Announcements for 2022*

Our Halloween & Autumn Open House will be held for two consecutive weekends.  Date and Times are as follows:

~*First Weekend*~

~Spooky Preview~ September 30th Friday 6:00PM ~ 9:00PM

October 1st Saturday 10:00AM ~ 4:00PM

October 2nd Sunday 10:00AM ~ 4:00PM

Following Weekend Dates ~Times are the same~:

October 7th Friday 6:00PM ~ 9:00PM
October 8th Saturday 10:00AM ~4:00PM

October 9th Sunday 10:00AM~4:00PM

Show Location:
350 River Road, Lewisburg, PA. 17837
Phone:   (570) 523-8363

If you are traveling out of state and are planning to attend our open house you will be delighted to hear that there are also four other antique stores in the vicinity.  You may want to make a day out of it!  The downtown area is quaint and charming as the historic quintessential homes are a must see!  There are plenty of wonderful downtown restaurants such as the “Lewisburg Hotel” established in 1834 as well a park where you can have lunch by the river.  We recommend staying at the following hotels:

Best Western Plus Country Cupboard Inn

Phone: (570) 524-5500

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson 

Phone:  (570) 524-6600

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriot

Phone:  (570)  523-0095

~Pet Friendly Hotels~

**Note: It will cost extra for your pet and is not included in the regular rates.

Hampton Inn Lewisburg  Phone:  (570)  522-8500

Relax Inn Phone:  (570) 523-1106

These hotels are located within 10 minutes from our home and have nice accommodations.

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   Christmas Open House will also be held two consecutive weekends (1st and 2nd weekend of December). 

More information coming soon!

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Carriage House Project for Upcoming Shows Now Complete!

Carriage House front entrance before.

 Carriage House front entrance

Ongoing progress to front entrance

Inside of Carriage House without doors



 Interior view of compliant double doors for wheelchair access and side lights feature.




 The entrance is almost complete at this stage. Smithy forged door handles are on order and the side lights need the trim installed. The overhead lighting is controlled by a dimmer switch to add ambiance……. especially for the Autumn / Halloween show where surprises await!





 This image reflects the inside wooden wall before insulation and without any windows.





 An after picture of the wall transformation that includes insulation, wide plank painted boards and two casement windows dressed in black hardware. Notice the old period beams left in place that tell an architectural story of how this carriage house was erected.





 The second entrance opening we secured by building a wall, adding insulation and drywall. Two windows will be roughed in later on allowing natural light to enter inside.





 Progress is being made to the second added wall. The drywall installation is complete, the windows are roughed in and a receptacle was added to light up special offerings.





 Work is almost completed to the second entrance wall. We added old wood that was saved from the corn crib and laid it strategically in a vertical position just below the windows. This idea added interest to this otherwise boring wall. Can lights were installed in the ceiling and the windows are finally home!





 A close up of the front casement window showing the black hardware detail I favored. Notice the barn red paint used on the inside muntins (wooden grids) compared to the cream I chose for the outside. It works! We had old wavy glass installed as we wanted these windows to dictate an early look.





 This picture shows the relation of the front wall compared to the left side wall that possesses the original beams. I wanted to create a bright and airy look lending a neutral background where antiques offered for sale would receive the attention they deserve!


Our Carriage House also includes a small corn crib area.  We decided to remove the wood wall and open this space up to create an open flow.  By doing this I was able to create a wonderful fireplace that will beckon in guests by adding warmth and character to this space not to mention the grand decorating possibilities that will include hearth offerings for sale. 


A roughed in design of where the fireplace will go that will also offer a beehive bake oven!



How do you like our completed fireplace?  We used “Milwaukee Brick” because of the thin design feature along with the amazing color variations that offer charm and character. I was able to find an iron fireplace surround with a decorative raised flower and heart design to incorporate a whisper of Pennsylvania Dutch influence. The door located on the bottom was a salvaged piece from an early home in New England that boasts a leaded glazed window design complete with strap hinges. The fireplace crane was custom made by a local blacksmith and will render 18th century hanging cooking pots. 

For more information about our ongoing “Carriage House Project”, please visit, “Country Rustic” magazine previously called, “Mercantile Gatherings”, Summer 2020 issue by clicking on the link below:




Our carriage house will also be featured in the Autumn and Christmas issues as well!

I hope you enjoyed the tour and ongoing progress of our carriage house that will offer a wide variety of wonderful antiques for sale covering delightful smalls to exciting country furniture. Surprise offerings include early pieces with a touch of Pennsylvania flavor as well as our unique artistic creations. We will let you know by way of an announcement on our Home page when the “Open House” will take place…….. so stay tuned! Thanks for visiting!

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