Friday, December 14, 2012

Nesting On Main

Several years ago, I discovered a delightful shop in historic downtown Concord called "Nesting On Main." From the moment I first walked through its' inviting doors and every time breath has been taken away by the beauty within. It is an eclectic mix of old and new....elegant and rustic at the same time. The shop's ever-changing wares speak to everyone's soul. Every nook and cranny is filled to the brim and beckoning one to lean delight.  At Christmastime, the shop's owners transform it into a Winter Wonderland making even the oldest of patrons feel like giddy schoolgirls once again. My sweet friend Susan (Evelyn & Rose) and I were no exception as we walked through those magical doors together again for their Christmas Open House recently. 

                                   Here is "Nesting On Main: Winter Edition"...

Beth's gorgeous Bible page crosses....I snagged one for myself!

She made these serenely beautiful angel wings out of goat's wool!
(I snagged one of these as well)

Wendi's nests....just had to have one too!

Susan & "Moi"...giddy school girls!

If you'd like to see more of the Winter beauty that can be found at Nesting, visit Susan's Post here.


  1. It's all so gorgeous! The wreath with the bows is my favourite I think!

  2. Well, bye bye paycheck! J'adore every single image, your photos are amazing! I hope to visit this shop one day! wink wink

  3. Hi Michelle! There is a ton of magic in this shop! It's the kind of place that I kinda hyperventilate when I cross through the front door! haha. I wouldn't want to miss a single thing! Your detailed photos arewonderful!

  4. Dear Michelle,
    thank you sooo much for sharing - I'm hyperventilating here and saw already things for my wish list:)Your photos are as always gorgeous.

  5. Hello
    Oh my goodness such a feast for the eyes and your beautiful photography made me feel as though I were actually strolling around the store, picking up this and that to look at.
    I remember reading about this store in Somerset Life.
    Thank you for sharing as I possibly can safely say I will never have the opportunity to visit (I live in Scotland!).

  6. wow, a person could get into some trouble going in there. me 1st please!!! i love love the little nests. so precious. could even make those i believe... went to concord 2 yrs ago to the museum there. good thing i didnt see that place. wish i wouldve had the opp to go to the places there that have neat little things that you create(as we talked about a while back) oh well dreaming on. what i wouldnt give to have such neat "stuff" around here. thanks for sharing and i can keep dreaming.... susy

  7. So, so beautiful!
    Love the Saint's medals and the Eiffel towers.
    I've been into Mercury glass this Christmas and have had fun discovering new treasures!

  8. Well, this school girl is feeling giddy all over again! Gosh, your photos are so crisp and stunning. I'm truly 'finding' treasures all over again in that store. How did I miss some of these delights? It's a testament to your impeccable eye for detail and discovery, Michelle.
    I had such fun with you as always, mon amie! May have to think of a spring excuse to visit - I know I'll need a JDL by then! :)

  9. What a gorgeous shop!! Just dreamy!!!
    Michelle xoxo

  10. OMG what a wonderful and inspiring shop! You must have felt like in paradise there! Oh how I wish I could have been there with you Michelle! I just had to pin some of your photos. Thank you for sharing them!
    Sending you hugs and wishing you very happy holidays!
    xoxo~ Carola

  11. ...sigh...truly breathtaking!
    I must get there!!
    Oh and you two look so cute!


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