Early Attic



I have a friend at the beach, tadalafil that I have known since highschool. Like me, buy viagra she married her highschool sweetheart. Actually, physician we all went to highschool together, and we still remain friends after all these years. I won’t tell you how many. LOL- Her name is Janet and she has a darling little shop in Rehoboth called Early Attic. Janet has quite a following. Seems her shop is “the place to go” when looking for the cottage look, and no wonder, she has it all.



If you love the cottage look, you will just love her shop! You know how much I love my country look, but down at the beach, that country look just doesn’t cut it. The cottage look is what everyone loves here. It just is a nice fit at the beach.

Lots of vintage chenile bedspreads, ironstone, blue transferware, old shutters, architectual pieces, and lots more. It’s a tiny little shop, just as sweet as it could be, and it’s right behind her house. How convenient is that!


Janet loves to buy for her shop, so there is always something new to see.


So, all you cottage lovers, and I know your out there, if you are ever in Rehoboth, DE., be sure and stop by. When you are coming into Rehoboth, right after you cross the canal bridge, make a right and then a left. Look for the cute yellow house on the right side of the street, and her sign “Early Attic”. Tell Janet I said hi. Speaking of Janet, I better get moving around here. I’m meeting her at the beach this morning, and after that, I’ll be heading home. I have some orders to ship and I need to photograph a few new things primitives I bought for my store yesterday.


Happy day everyone!



5 Responses to “Early Attic”

  1. Lisa Says:

    I would love to have her shop for my home. I love everything about the picture. It has that cottagey feel.

  2. louise Says:

    Oh, how seeing all those vintage pieces in Janet’s shop makes me miss my beach house.
    Say hello to Janet for me on your next visit.

  3. Suzanne Says:

    What an adorable shop!

  4. Poppy Says:

    I just loved all the lovely pieces that were shown in the photographs, the jugs – they were so beautiful, and the red ware – I dont know what the designs are called. Would it be possible to buy any of these pieces from the photographs. If so what would they cost.
    Louise, do you have a store also and if so what kind.
    Please excuse me asking – this is the first time I have come accross your site.
    Some how I came hear via the Tasha Tudor site – just reading and enjoying.
    Have a wonderful day,

  5. Carole Says:

    Hello Poppy. Please email me at caroleholt@comcast.net and I can and I will answer your questions your questions via email. I am glad you visited my blog, so thank you Tasha Tudor. Poppy, I hope you will come again.

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