Monday, November 16, 2009

Vintage & Vogue Christmas Part I

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This weekend I was at my favorite store, Vintage & Vogue not once, but twice! I went Friday night for their Christmas celebration and then I went back on Sunday to take pictures!

The farmer's market which is every Sunday in downtown Campbell was still open when I took these photos which is why you can see canopies reflected in the window above.
The store looks amazing!

All these photos were taken just as you step in the door! I have many more to share with you throughout the week. I also have a great giveaway coming up later this week! I think you will really like this one! I'll also be announcing my other giveaway winners later this week.

I had such a busy weekend! I started a second supper club and this weekend we had our first dinner on Saturday night and my other supper club met on Sunday night! I made poached pears (in wine) for Saturday and a kale, pancetta, and butternut squash pie with a phyllo dough crust for Sunday! They both turned out really well. I'll share the recipes later. And yes, I'm still on Weight Watchers! haha!
Vintage & Vogue
241 East Campbell Ave. Ste A
Campell, CA


Elsie said...

Hi Cindy~love the shop,it has
that WOW factor. I would love
to shop there,boy could I do
some damage..HA.HA. I love when
you bring us shopping with you.
That is a wonderful shop,can't
wait for the other pics.:O}

sheri said...

Vintage and Vogue AND a Farmer's Market??? I soooo want to move there!!! Each picture is more amazing than the one before....can't wait to see the rest...and get the recipe for pears in wine, yum...this is gonna be a great week!!! Thank you so much for sharing!

Unknown said...

BEAUTIFUL STUFF! I am so traditional, maybe it was all the years my mom dolled up her home for the holidays n made it special. I love themed trees, but again traditional... RED GREEN, gold, and silver too. P.S. beautiful photo of you on the right of your blog in the red! ;)

Love the Decor! said...

Love the looks of that place!!
I would never have a paycheck if I worked there !! :)

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Beautiful - I could do some serious damage to my bank account in there.:)

MaƂgosiaart said...

Wonderfull and little magic shop:)
Little dangerous for wallet;)

JennyS said...

Those butterflies are so lovely-my husband would have to lock up the wallet before we even walk in this place! I wish we had something like this here in Pittsburgh...can't wait to see the rest.

Maria D. Limon said...

WOW!!I thought living in Las Vegas was nice, but I like more and more your area. Especially this store wish they had a web site, or a blog. Please give them our appreciation they have done a wonderful job. It's like Candy Land.

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

Oh MAN I would love this shop!!! If only I loved closer.....might be dangerous though!

Lou Cinda :)

Terri Steffes said...

Beautiful photos... loved the one with the teal. Your recipes sound fabulous!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love beautiful stores like that! You can never see everything in one trip! Enjoy your week!

Pam said...

wow....Silver and gold...silver and gold.
Very pretty. Thanks for sharing.

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Thanks soooo much for the tour...I had a blast! Hope you have a FUN week.


Bevery@ My Sew Sweet Studio said...

I love it when you take us shopping at Vintage and Vogue. It is on my must see list. Your pictures are glorious. Will watch for your supper club recipes.
Thanks Cindy.

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Oh Cindy, I would melt my credit card in that store...Thanks for shring I might have to get off this mountain and make a trip to Campbell...Ha Ha....Hope all is great my friend on your side of the mountain today....Hugs and smiles to you...Gl♥ria

Debbie Petras said...

What a unique shop and how fun. I look forward to seeing those recipes; sounds yummy. I'm sure there are absolutely no calories either; LOL. BTW, is that a new photo of you on your sidebar? You look great; so pretty Cindy.


Cindy said...

Love the shop. How much fun it would be to once have endless money to buy what you'd like to have.

Carolyn said...

I love this shop! The Father Christmas would be my first pick.



Everything looks so pretty, you must leave there with so much inspiration!!

Blondie's Journal said...

I think i could go crazy in this shop. Oh, my...just the glitter is enticing!!

Your supper club sounds like so much fun and the recipes outstanding. Ii made poached pears in wine once~so simple, pretty and delicious!!

Have a great week, Cindy!


Linda K. said...

Lovely shoppe.. Your home is lovely also. You may be interested in my 'Robins Egg Blues' Giveaway. Stop over for a peek and comment to enter! Thank you so much for such inspiration in your blog!


Sweet Bee Cottage said...

So pretty! My friend and I are going to get up there for a road trip one day soon! Thanks for sharing this charming store with us.

A New England Life said...

What a wonderful shop! I really like the gold cherub, but everything is beautiful. If only I could decorate my house to be that pretty during the holidays. said...

I am feeling the Christmas cheer of this store just from these photo's. Thanks for sharing them.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Beautiful! I see so many things I would buy. I love when shops decorate for the holidays ~ it's like a wonderland!

Kimberly Knoess said...

Cindy, I just found your blog yesterday and I am already addicted! I also live in an uber expensive area and rent a house. You are a true inspiration and now I want to ask my landlords to let me paint!

I love, love, love your centerpiece so much that I searched your site to find out all about it. How nice that it is so precious to you and that all of your followers love it too.

Thanks for such a terrific blog and for being generous enough to share your creativity with us.

The shop shown in today's post has a similar feel to a shop in my town. Your pictures make me want to go to our local store now.

Sandy said...

Hi Cindy,
I wish I lived by this shop - it's to die for...everything is beautiful. I love your new photo - now I see where your kids got their good looks.
I finally set up my blog and published it. It's in raw shape - one of those standard Blogger template (can't they do better??). I managed to put one of my photos in the header but can't figure out how to center it??? And change the font?? I have so much to learn especially how to take better photos (like yours!). It's my birthday today and I had a great day. I hope you had a wonderful day too.

Teacup Lane (Sandy)

Elaine said...

That store looks heavenly. I think they should open a shop on the East Coast!

Wendy said...

Cindy, I am sitting here mesmerized by your pictures, I keep going over each one and seeing more detail each time! Makes me want to put Christmas music on and start decorating! Thanks for sharing...Wendy

Cottage Rose said...

Hi Cindy; OH what a gorgeous shop... I would love to walk and look all over in there.. The photos are so full of eye candy,, the Vintage Santa is my favorite,, I love to collect them... have a great week.


Trouvais said...

Love poached pears in wine! So elegant. Cute shop...Christmas is definitely around the corner! Merci. Trish

Lynn said...

Always love that shop Cindy. The dinner you made was gourmet to be sure. I hope you took pictures of that squash pie! Look forward to the receipe. Yes, I love your roasted brussel sprouts. Yummy. To think I never had them like that!
Take care!

Anonymous said...

Wow what beautiful decorating!! I love those butterflys and do you know dollar tree have some similar!!! For yes, only $1!


Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Oh Cindy, I so love when you post pictures of this shop!! I'm just living vicariously thru you til I can get there myself one of these days!! Can't wait to see more!

Big TX Hugs,
Angelic Accents

Kim said...

Beautiful pictures and decor. I can see why you went twice. Once would never be enough. Very inspiring.

rozetta said...

I love Vintage and Vogue. I bet they have great end of the season sales.

The poached pears sound wonderful!


sadie said...

I need this shop to open in the UK! So many gorgeous and inspirational things to look at. Thanks for sharing them! :o)


Claudia said...

Thanks so much for the photos, Cindy - such a wonderfully decorated store! It must feel magical inside! Can't wait to see more.

Jena Williams, Not So Shabby Interiors said...


OK, you did it...I am now in the mood to go shopping and motivated to decorate...what beautiful & tasteful things the shop has...EYE CANDY for sure!


Tanya said...

Cindy this store looks amazing. I'm excited to see the rest of the pictures before I start my own Christmas decorating. How did you start your supper club? I've been thinking about doing this for some time.

Marilyn said...


These pictures have definitely gotten my in the holiday decorating mood. Whoever creates the vignettes at V&V really does an outstanding job!

Marilyn (in Dallas)

Kim said...

Wow, it's all so wonderful that it's almost overwhelming! And, there is a part 2 to come???

Anonymous said...


Now I wish I could make a second trip to Vintage and Vogue. It is almost hard to believe that its the same store. I love it.

Thank you for sharing the pictures.

Gaia said...

This shop looks amazing!
I found a similar store in Seattle few years ago but I cannot remember his name...
Nice blog!

Unknown said...

Oh my goodness, Cindy! What a beautiful store! Have fun decorating next week!

I've lost 8 pounds in 4 weeks on WW! I'm loving it! Good for you- hope it's going really well.