Some stolen furniture from the Biltmore Estate. I will ship it to my condo in London.
Got to hang with King Louis XIV during intermission. And yes, those are dreads he is wearing. A cute and colorful corner that just brightened my whole day 😉 A wicker baby carriage. If you are ultra local grown, you will have one of these, handmade in Asheville, instead of one of those commercialized ones you buy at Wal-Mart or Babies R Us. Surely some hippie put this thing together. Don’t trust it! These four chicks kept staring at me. Then I noticed they all had wigs on. Ahhh, the man cave. Every man needs one, or to be a member of one. Headless tie dye and painted mannequins. Say goodbye to blowup dolls! These 3 ladies are the organizers for both the GoToplesss, and GoBottomless campaign in Asheville. A handmade pirate ship! Just what I need floating around in my jacuzzi. Painted bison heads. Now I know what I am going to be for Halloween. You can also use these for satanic rituals so no animals are harmed in the process. A couple of Fedora hats! Great. Now I could look like “That Hipster” anywhere I go. A chest (slash) suitcase (slash) dresser (slash) closet. We were so much more creative back in the days. Lime green bar stools, just in case Austin Powers stops by. Or better yet, Foxy Cleopatra! Yeah baby!!! A vintage nativity scene. I guess there was no room for them at the Inn either, so now they live here; just waiting in anticipation for another virgin to get pregnant. A merry-go-round with a pole. Just what I wanted for my bedroom. My ladies portable stripper pole has got to go. We gonna ride the white pony! And… in the kids PG section, they have lots of toys including this stuffed animal that says “I Love You!” This whole building is awesome. If you are in the Asheville area and looking for lots of wonderful merchandise; this is the place to be!