Thelma And Louize – Antique Store

I discovered Wendi’s shop when I bought a dresser from her off of Craigslist.  As soon as I went into her home, I knew she must have more elsewhere – this was clearly a passion.  Her home was filled with eye candy.  I had a hard time focusing on what I went for…  So, of course, I had to find out more about the shop she mentioned that she has at a local antique mall.

It’s a lot like Uncommon Objects, if you recall that mention in a recent post.  It has lots of quirky, interesting things with history.  Check out some of the images from the shop.  I have not been there yet, but plan to go soon!

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Be sure to check her shop out!  Do you love shops like this?  They give a great way to add a sense of history and personality to your home.

What do you have your eye on from these pics?



  1. Ohhhh I’m actually in San An right now and I wonder if i can convince my hubs to stop here on the way back to dallas tomorrow!! Wish me luck, this shop looks fun :)

  2. So, my best friend and I started this business together, lia (Thelma) and me (louize). Lia man’s and thelmaandlouize booth in boerne, tx at the cartel mall, which several pics above are from as well. Check it out! Close to san antonio!

  3. I want the horse book ends! The desk Would be so cute in my daughters room and I’m kind of in love with the lockers. They would look great in the reading nook in my classroom!! Putting this on my list to visit next time we are in Austin.

  4. Oh my word ~ my kinda place! LOVE those fabrics in the 2nd photo ~ perhaps they are scarves, etc? The western hat, the painted furniture in a turquoise shade….I could go on and on. I need to make a trip south!

    Have a wonderful weekend and a very Happy St. Patty’s Day!

  5. Really neat shop! Thanks for featuring it.

  6. Let me know if you want some company. I’d go with you!

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