An afternoon in Concord (Part 2)

05 Aug An afternoon in Concord (Part 2)

I hadn’t been to Concord in about two years, so what a treat it was to discover a new shop (Well, new to me), Jack + Toba.  Store owner Suzy Adler Watters said she’s been in business a year and 9 months.  The bright red door caught my eye…

…and the chalk writing on the stairs enticed us upward.

Her shop is filled with antiques and new items, industrial metal pieces, linen dish towels, and cotton throw rugs, just to name a few!

The Laundress soaps fill this handsome armoire.

 My mom loved this vintage gate, but wasn’t sure how she would get it on the plane home!

Metal storage baskets can hold anything and everything!

These wooden fish sculptures (below) are by Maine artist Peter J. Koster.  I think I need to get one for Ryan’s bedroom.  How cute are they?!?

Suzy (who is SO friendly and sweet!) also carries unique vintage clothing.  This delicate embroidered baby dress and lineup of shoes are irresistible!

And what about these preppy Forage bowies for father and son?

I loved the muted colors on these European bed linens…perfect for summer!

Take a trip to Jack + Toba…I promise you won’t be disappointed!  The store is full of personality, just like it’s owner!

17 Walden Street, Concord

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  • terry
    Posted at 01:04h, 11 September

    I love every single one of those rooms.. they are just gorgeous.. peaceful and soothing..