Home Again was buzzing with customers today during the Black Friday shopping event. If you're looking for unique gifts, a visit to Home Again in Luzerne, PA is a must. You'll also get to see some goodies from yours truly since I dropped off a bunch of prim ornaments and earrings from my Recycle with Style™ jewelry line.
Mary, the store owner, is a master when it comes to staging a store. When you walk into this quaint boutique, you don't want to leave. In fact, a customer from New York said the very same thing this afternoon.
Mary decorated one of the front windows with a woodsy theme, which gave it that classic cabin feel.
This is just one of many Christmas trees in Mary's store. I was captivated by the ornaments made out of dried oranges, and I love the way Mary wrapped the tree in raffia. The tree skirt is by Capitol Earth Rugs. While in Mary's store, I bought a rug by Capitol Earth Rugs with the Penn State logo for a dear neighbor who is always dropping by with food. My neighbor is a big Penn State fan, so she's going to love the rug.
Here's a closeup of the tree all decked out in dried-orange ornaments, raffia, and tin stars. Just lovely.
The individual sections of this dried orange remind me of stained glass. I love how the lights on the Christmas tree cast a glow behind the dried-out pulp.
This white Christmas tree serves as a background for the display in the other storefront window.
~ A closeup of the snowman on the mantel ~
I've never seen a lamp like this before with a Southwestern theme. For $200, this is certainly a good buy.
The bottom of this lamp also lights up. It's not as bright as the top, but it casts a faint glow.
~ The base of the lamp ~
I'm not a fan of the color red, but this bedding by Victorian Heart Company, Inc. is something to see.
Mary certainly knows how to create a fabulous place setting. Look at how she used a wreath as a charger for each dinner plate. Amazing!