After our Cashiers Designer Showhouse visit, we then headed into the little town of Cashiers for some browsing of design shops. Since this are is known for quaint and cozy mountain retreats, there are plenty of design shops around, with lots of great looking furniture and accessories, so have fun looking at this one.
Oh, for an unlimited budget, right? 🙂
Check out the Christmas tree farms we passed in the countryside. NC has to be one of the top sources for live Christmas trees.
We checked out Francie Hargrove shop and it was pure eye candy. Enjoy!
The front porch was all decked out.
Vintage and rustic is definitely the hot look right now and fits right in these mountain retreats.
Love this huge print of Paris.
Anything mossy is all the rage too, have you noticed?
Birds are still popular too. Isn’t it funny how things can be SO hot and then a year later, they are on their way out? Such is the way with design!
And you know these starburt mirrors are all over the place in blogland. They were popular back in the 70’s too, so this is not a new thing. The new thing is what they are made of.
Beautiful mirror and more moss.
How about butterflies? These are popular too, as are so many botanicals. I do love the look of nature inspired botanicals so much.
This was my fave space in the house.
Loved all the bright creamy white and dark furniture.
This botanical pillow was love at first sight!
Isn’t this gorgeous? Love this whole vignette.
So, did you enjoy Francie Hargrove? Gorgeous place to browse, don’t you think?
Cashiers, NC is certainly a fun place to visit and hang out for the day! Thanks for coming along.
I’m drooling…What a beautiful shop!
janet metzger says
Wow…so many items I would proudly have in my home!
Looks like a wonderful shop. Thanks for taking me shopping with you.
The Cottage Mix says
What a beautiful store! I visited Cashiers last summer….and I don’t think I went in here. I don’t think I would forget that store.!!
Arlene @At Home with the Grimms says
Eye candy once again!! Love the pix….I have two of those mossy balls in my diningroom. I never thought of adding copper wire around them…thanks for the inspiration.
Gorgeous! I saw lots of things I’d love to have, for sure.
I love to visit Cashiers.
Fairfield House says
You always find the best shops! I could spend a long time lost in these lovelies.
Jane @ Cottage at the Crossroads says
Thanks for the virtual shopping trip! I saw a little pillow with ruffles that really caught my eye.
Love, love, love that headboard AND of course the monogrammed pillow!!
liz @ Designing Domesticity says
So many great, inspirational images coming from NC lately. I, too, love it! Wish I could relocate there…always good to have dreams. Loved the shop – thanks for sharing! liz
Linda in AZ * says
*** F*A*B*U*L*O*U*S!!! Seldom do I see a place where I think I could purchase just about EVERYTHING and be 100% HAPPY!!!
What truly terriffic things… only “problem”????… I’m TRYING to get R*I*D of things… IMPOSSIBLE to stick to THAT goal around this too-wonderful place!!!
OK, that does it!!! The GPS gets set to FRANCIE HARGROVE~~~ (“shame on you!”… Grins!)…
Linda in AZ *
Miss Kitty says
So many beautiful things all in one place. So much inspiration too.
Thanks so much for sharing those great photos.
Debbie L. says
Well I have swooned and fallen in love with everything in this shop!
Rhoda, would you have any idea of what creamy white paint that might be on the walls in your fav room there? I think my stark white walls/cabinets would look so much better in that color with my furniture. I must get some moss. I see so many things I want from there 🙂
Thank you for that fabulous eye candy!
OK, that does it, I AM going back to Cashiers! Soon! This shop is fabulous and I didn’t see ONE thing that I would LOVE to have! That botanical pillow was love at first sight for me too, Rhoda! Did you buy ANYTHING????? XO, Pinky
Everything is SO beautiful! I’m so frusterated these days. I’m a decorating dummy. I tried to spruce some things up and they turned out horrible. Would you ever be willing to write up some decorating for dummies tutorial on your blog someday?
What an amazing place to shop! So many gorgeous vignettes to inspire. Thanks for taking us along.
You are making me homesick for my hometown Asheville NC! I went home to visit my parent in May. There are so many great little towns in the Smokey Mountains. I went to Montreat College in Black Mountain and have not been back in several years. This past May we took a trip up there. I was amazed! It is buzzing with great art galleries, antique shops, eateries! There was only a hardware store, drugstore and a foam outlet when I lived there! I love reading your blog, it is like a trip home!
I always love your blog posts! It is always a treat because you never know what you will post about. One day winning cooking competitions, then the next dinner at the Biltmore (dream trip!), then this post was so inspirational for me! I appreciate the all white look, the modern, etc but this decorating style feels like home to me. Would you call it traditional? My great-grandmother and great-aunt had this style. You know someone who lives with this decor has taste and style yet it looks welcoming. I wish Francie Hargrove had a blog! Thank you again for such a fun post!
Carolyn G says
I work in Cashiers and Francie is a great designer.
My name is Jane and I’m with Dwellable.
I was looking for blogs about Cashiers to share on our site and I came across your post…If you’re open to it, shoot me an email at jane(at)dwellable(dot)com.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Sherry Herritt says
We have a cabin in MT and we wondered if we could possibly see if there can be a smaller Pavillion Iron lamp that is hanging from the ceiling?
Could you let me know?
HI, Sherry, she will not see this, this is an old blog post I wrote several years ago about the shop. You should try calling the shop and asking.