Sunday, September 9, 2012

Bay St. Louis {Fun Finds}


J & I love to support small businesses and small towns. The store owners are always very nice and appreciative of any and all business. We did our share of supporting Bay St. Louis and Pass Christian recently.

Here are some of the “fun finds” from our recent trip to the Mississippi coast.

Gourmet Galley

I scored two of the oyster trees and could not wait to get them home and place them in the den on the sofa table. I know these beauts will be around for a long, long time. They will be a great addition to my holiday decor.



Social Chair

I am always in search of original frames and found this great one made with shells. I love the color and texture. Sold.



Antique Maison “A Mall of Many Dealers”

I picked up bundles of driftwood from Bay St. Louis Driftwood Co. I adore how each is wrapped in burlap & tied with jute cord.


I quickly added it to my Parlor mantle clam shell.


Pass Christian Soap Co.

I snapped up a bottle of great smelling lemongrass hand soap. Love the pelican label.


Art Alley in the Pass

I grabbed a jar of the delicious raspberry jalapeno jam. Delicious! The jam is great on my weekend biscuits, too.


Old Town Bay St. Louis & Pass Christian has an array of unique shoppes. Get there today.

Check out all other Bay St. Louis/Pass Christian posts:

The Carroll House




Pass Christian

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Fun finds, y’all!


  1. I knew you would buy those oyster trees! Love everything that you bought! Have a great day! :)

  2. I just knew when I saw those oyster trees in a previous post that you would HAVE to have one but I was wrong, TWO. lol Love the display and they will be perfect during Christmas too. I have a nice piece of driftwood that I picked up at Yellowstone Lake last year and now you have given me an idea. ;) Love your blog!

  3. What? Only two trees?? You're usually not one to like an even number of anything. You've surprised me.


  4. How wonderful to find great things at locally owned shops. So many shops near us have gone out of business. How much fun to find oyster shell trees. They'll be perfect for Christmas...or any time.

  5. Ron, you got some great treasures! I love the small shops, too! I always find the greatest things!! LOVE your oyster trees!!

  6. I'm a new follower! I love your style. Great finds and I love that you support the locals.

  7. Stumbled across your blog! Love your "coastal " decorating. A long time ago, about 50 years, I lived for a short time in Bay St. Louis. At that time it was just a very, very small place. Need to go back and see how things have changed.


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