Nov 17, 2017

Kraynak's


Hiya folks.  I fought the crowds for more gifts today (at JCP and Kohls - all we have left) and stopped at Kraynak's which I've mentioned before.  Our local garden center and gift shop turns into Christmas land every fall.  I don't know if you have such a devoted holiday shop in your area, but the amount of decorations and ornaments and trees they offer is really something.  But, they do not have the feather style!  Just thought I would show you a glimpse (from a $5 phone) of trees (some almost $2000) and row after row of wreaths, snowmen, santas, ribbons, stockings, and almost anything you'd want.  Except feather trees or primitive ornaments.  Of course.  Their Christmas Tree Lane takes a path down a hallway of decorated trees and animated displays.  The lines on the weekend extend outside the building.
 
Here 'ya go, this is Kraynak's in Hermitage PA.  The first greenhouse of lights and collectibles, gadgets and candles,  novelty light strings and ceramics, is not shown.  Neither is the second greenhouse filled with succulents, poinsettias, and something flowering of which I have no knowledge.  The front and main store is gifts and tons of toys, especially trains and sets of all kinds.  You can see some of those areas on their website here.
















AN ENTIRE WALL OF MADE IN USA BULBS!!
 


  
These are really beautiful in person, many angels too, specific for family members or special people.



Beautiful bulbs from cute to exquisite, loads of baby's first Christmas, but nothing for me!
 
I'm going back tomorrow to get a few of the outdoor lighted wire trees for Carole. 
 
Sorry if I bored you, but for my area, a visit to Kraynak's is a holiday tradition for most.  Almost impossible to see everything in one visit. 
 
 
*********************************

17 comments:

kelley said...

thanks for the show, it looks delightful...I haven't been there in about 30 years...

Ginny said...

In a word: wow.

Carol Sferra said...

wow beautiful! I used to go with a friend to see a doctor in Hermitage....thats how we found The Log House cross stitch store in New Castle. Have you ever been there???

Kate said...

WOW! Thanks for sharing with us.

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

holy moly! I wish we had one in our neighborhood! maybe after all of us see your post and they get lots of business, they'll consider a satellite shop or three? lol {send them to VA!}
thanks for the photos, your camera phone is great!
L

Robin in Virginia said...

Oh Marly, thanks for sharing! We do have a Christmas shop here, but it is miniscule compared to what you shared. I would love to walk the aisles there.

Vickie said...

There is a place called Milaeger's that is a lovely, lovely garden center several counties away from us. It turns into a Christmas Land like this. Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing this Marly I enjoyed it. :D

Berit said...

No, you did not bore me; on the contrary it was a total treat! Reading that your scan revealed that all is well was even better, though!

CathieJ said...

I love seeing Christmas displays. We have several local nurseries and Christmas stores nearby for fun decorating ideas and purchases.

Three Sheep Studio said...

Wow, if this doesn't get you in the Holiday Spirit, nothing will !!
Rose

deb said...

Thanks for taking us along - I enjoyed the visit!

Janet said...

Wonderful trip down Christmas tree Lane...thanks for taking us along.😊

Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Marly,
All I can say is........WOW WOW WOW!!!!!
If that place doesn't put someone in the Christmas spirit, I don't know what else would!!!!!!
Amazing place!!! Thanks for the visit!!!
Heart Hugs~
Julie

Anonymous said...

Not sure if it’s exactly what you’re looking for but there’s a Bethany Lowe 50” feather tree available on Amazon.....

Barb said...

Not bored here! What a wonderful way to get into the holiday spirit. I usually do not decorate till after Thanksgiving but what a fun place to look!

Heartland Stitcher said...

Wow!!!!!

Sandra said...

What an amazing store. I can imagine people going and making this a yearly event for their Christmas Traditions. So much to choose from. I enjoyed seeing the pictures!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...