Monday, May 26, 2008

Logan Trading Company

In the last post I mentioned The Shops at Seaboard Station in Raleigh, N.C, which used to be a train station (thus the name). This area has blown up overnight with local design shops, restaurants, and boutiques. But, one store that has remained a constant is the Logan Trading Company. Since 1965 they have offered a unique shopping experience with a great selection of flowers, fountains, houseplants, ponds, shrubs, garden accessories, and more! They even have the amazing Seaboard Cafe. I highly recommend the grilled tuna salad, swiss & cranberries sandwich - SO GOOD.

Here are objects that inspired me during my visit, and could translate into your own home ideas...

Check out more from the Logan Trading Company.

15 comments:

mary said...

The eye candy just does not STOP! Great shots! :)

heidi said...

Great ideas! I love the lemonade top clock.

design for mankind. said...

What a fun post!

Laura said...

Oh my gosh...this looks like such a fun store!! I wish it was near me.

Wildwood Girls said...

Ooo, I WANT that clock!!! So cool!

Jules said...

Fantastic photos! I love all the vibrant colors and the clock is adorable.

A-M said...

Wow you have some great shops over your side of the world. Insane jealousy! A-M xx

http://richiesliv.blogg.se said...

Wow!!! i can imagine going in there. I love all the stuffs, they're one of a kind.

Pity, that am living in Sweden.

My daughter send her regards ocz she like your vintage blog §:-)

Have a nice day ahead!
//chie

diana @ please sir said...

Thank you - that is very sweet!

Krissy said...

What a lovely shop! The photos are just screaming for me to get there :)

bandelle said...

All these great stores just have to come here to Houston!

Courtney said...

gorgeous pics Diana! am loving that clock too.

Sarah's Fab Day said...

Diana - I love these photos they are beautiful.

Jan said...

I seriously want that lemonade clock. Love the colors and just the details. What a way to watch time fly...

Allison said...

i feel like i was there!

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