What A Treat…

Shabby Chocolat –

Shabby Chocolat is a delightful little shop situated in the heart of Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire, if you’re ever in the area make sure you pop in. The shop sell’s the cutest chocolate’s and the most beautiful furnishings for the heart and home.

I couldn’t resist taking a little part of the shop home with me and brought some chocolates which I’ll show you in detail shortly, but for now look at all these pretty things in their store.

With oh so many things I wanted to buy, I had to pop back the next day for the dog pillow. Wishing I could afford all their pretty furnishing, like the side dresser, the glass wear and the chest of draws.  I’ve taken away lot’s of idea’s for home improvement, now I just need a bigger apartment and to scour the flea markets and car boots to find pretty things to do up and make as pretty as theirs!

The lovely ladies who run this store are great fun and I enjoyed a good chat with them, you to can chat with them via Twitter @shabbychocolat.

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Published by Vintage Reflection

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6 thoughts on “What A Treat…

  1. Aw I hope it hasn’t flooded like the majority of Hebden Bridge, I love it there it has such quirky shops – but I’ve never noticed this one so thank you for sharing! I’ll have to keep a lookout for it next time I go 😉 xxxx


  2. Thank you for the lovely blog on our shop! We are so pleased you enjoyed your visit. We are sure the doggy cushion will look perfect in your apartment. For your kind readers we were one of the fortunate few shops not to be flooded! We look forward to seeing some lovely new visitors! Denise and Jacqueline, Shabby Chocolat x


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