Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Never Enough Anthropologie

The Shops at La Cantera is the location of this Anthropologie. When I got there I realized I had neglected to download my camera card, and didn't have an extra. So I was madly trying to delete some photos so I'd have room for Anthro photos. Didn't get a lot of shots, but I will be going back there for sure. Hubby and I will be going to San Antonio more often this year.

Wooden Hangers and Clothespins form these flowers. Aren't they delightful?

Looking from the indside out, across the courtyard. I really like the silhouette of these, even though the photo is dark.

A very cool display made of cut up blue jeans, with some succulents planted in a few of the openings.

Hubby noticed this and really liked the woven burlap on this wall, which was also covered in burlap.

Bunnies, oh my!

A gorgeous sea wall theme, with fishing nets. This photo does not do justice to how wonderful this was.

On the left wall behind the boat, this corner had colorful cups attached to the net. Looked like beautiful fish just brought in from the sea.

This is Lindsay. She welcomed us to the store and was so sweet and kind to us. She showed us a lot of new things they had gotten in. We also chatted about visiting different Anthro stores around the country and even around the globe. How where we go on vacation depends if they have an Anthropologie store there! I hope she doesn't mind this photo, she was running from me when I tried to snap an earlier one, but she did pose for this one. Thanks Lindsay, for all your help.

1 comment:

  1. I love the hangar and clothespin flowers. That's just so unique and clever. And for some reason I always like burlap! Looks like you enjoyed yourself.