~**This year’s show to be announced…… so stay tuned!~**

Carriage House front entrance before


Carriage House Project for Upcoming Shows

We have decided to convert our antique carriage house into an area where our seasonal shows will be held and are very excited about this ongoing project and hope you will be too!  The images below reflect our carriage house before the transformation and the following images shows the progress we are making to date. 

 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.


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 pick up the Spring issue of, “Country Rustic” magazine HERE. Our carriage house will also be featured in the Autumn and Christmas issues as well!  The link is provided below:

We are hopeful that the work will be completed soon as I am anxious to have a spring show in May of this year along with other seasonal shows to follow including autumn, Halloween and Christmas!  So stay tuned for future updates and thanks for visiting!         

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