First off, I'm sorry I'm neglecting my posts and behind on so many things. I will catch up. It's been a chore to find time to relax lately, but once in a while I take a deep breathe and appreciate the lull.
I took a long lunch today and ventured to Good Goods with my mom and sister. It's amazing! I picked up some faux miniature pink roses in a pot, lavender sprigs, the new issue of Romantic Homes and some Halloween decor for only $18 total. Not too shabby.
I'll copy the article I wrote last year about them and then upload the pics I took today.
There's a bunch of pics. Click on the small thumb nails for a closer look.
The Garden House
Thousands of visitors a year fill the makeshift parking lot in between two Victorian homes, a large barn and a garden shed on the outskirts of Farmersville. Not bad for a business that doesn’t have a sign out front, a website and relies primarily on word of mouth from other local shops and customers. But once you step inside one of the three buildings that make up Good Goods, you get it; this is not your average antique shop.
A lovely Victorian house stands filled with antique treasures and nostalgic elements from years past.
Owners Jim and Sandy Hall are no strangers to the antique and specialty gift business. They’ve been involved in some, way, shape or form for over 37 years. They came from southern
A big vintage barn, a three story tank house and a bunk house are now filled with antiques, white furniture, industrial furniture, gorgeous flower arrangements, holiday gift items and garden décor.
The 4,000 square foot barn, originally from
The large Victorian house was moved from Ivanhoe and was owned by local pioneer, John Chatton.
Good Goods officially opened for business 15 years ago. And has become a local favorite ever since.
“We have a number of people in
They have also received the attention of non-locals as well. The shop has been featured in such publications as Romantic Homes and Sunset Magazine. And is no stranger to visitors from all over the county who heard about Good Goods by word of mouth, on the internet or with the help of a flyer..
Looking for a unique holiday gift or more décor to deck the halls with? Good Goods is the place to find it. And while Good Goods may seem like a labor of love for Sandy and Jim, that’s only because, it is.
“I think I’m really blessed. Sometimes I take all of this for granted, but then I sit for a moment and remember how much I love old things,” said
Good Goods is open daily from 12- 5 p.m. except for major holidays. From