Another Day in Langhorne, Pennsylvania

My friend Lynne Oppenheimer had her open house yesterday. Louise couldn’t make it so it was just Carole and I this time. After an hour of driving we pulled into the driveway. I took a lot of pictures, click because I wanted to share this day with you.

Lynne has the most wonderful little shop on her property, and on this day it was filled with wonderful primitives. She was busy chatting with her customers, and was kind enough to suggest I take Carole up to the house, she has never been there before. I knew she was in for a real treat, and I couldn’t wait for her to see it. We walked up the path that led from her shop to her house and went inside.

So many wonderful 18th century antiques! You just don’t know what to look at first!!! It was so much fun looking around and both of us were taking pictures like a couple of crazy women!! As you enter her house you find yourself standing in the living room.

One end of the room had the most wonderful stack of firkins. Love the colors.

You go up a couple of stairs to enter the kitchen. I love the shaved brooms too. On the other side of the stairs was a wonderful early painting of a dog, drawers and  miniatures.

So much to see in the kitchen. I love tombstone breadboards so they were the first to catch my eye. I have a weakness for them. This dated one is the bomb! :)

I have never ever seen one with a name and date, E. S. Sutes Feb 1847. So awesome!

And there were  lots more. Here are just a few.

Now we are in the dining room.

I hope you enjoyed the photos. I have more but you have to wait a bit to see the rest.

I have yard work to do!

Happy day


9 Responses to “Another Day in Langhorne, Pennsylvania”

  1. Ronda Tedder Says:

    what a day!…so many nice things to see…both inside and out

  2. tj Says:

    …[swoons][sigh][thud!] ;o)

    …Does she have a room for rent? I don’t eat much, I’m quiet and I do windows.

    …What a place to behold! So wonderful everywhere you turn! Thank you for sharing, I get so many decor’ ideas from you & your friends. :o )

    …Now get busy with the rest o’ the tour Miss Carole! Chop, chop! [giggle][snort] (I’m teasing of course:o)

    …Have a lovely weekend!

    …Peace & blessings.

  3. carolemurals Says:

    windows, you do windows? come live with me! you funny gal, such a snorter. :) )

  4. carolemurals Says:

    thanks for leaving a comment, Ronda. yes it was a fun day.

  5. Louise Says:

    Oh my goodness, I missed out on a great day!
    Lynne’s house is just wonderful!
    Can’t wait to see more!

  6. Barbara Says:

    I would like to move right in! Love everything, especially the bread boards. I also do windows and dust,laundry and dishes. Maybe we can take turns. I go near there every year to crew the Philly 3Day Breast Cancer walk.Glad you had such a beautiful day.

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  8. Rebecca Says:

    Oh, Car thanks for posting these lovely pix of Lynne’s home! Everything is just so perfect. Like going back in time. I get her postcard, but have never been able to make it down to the open house so these were a treat! And, she does make awesome bracelets too, I have gotten many compliments on mine!

  9. carole oneill Says:

    Car, your pics were fab. and it was just like being there again. It certainly inspires me just like when I come to your home. You come out feeling so gooood! We had a great day, thanks!

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