Simone and I had a long morning at the Vintage Shed today, making sure the stalls look their best for Easter. As usual, everything was moved around and new stock was added and I just love it when it comes up looking trumps.......
I also thought, I would share with you some of my own favourite Vintage finds, the ones that have "stayed" in my home and I simply have not been able to part with.
I purchased this wooden sign from Chapel Street Bazaar when I was 18 and it has come everywhere with me for the past 20 ish years. It is still one of my fave finds and I will never be able to part with it.
This is a dutch enamel bread bin. I bought this a couple of years ago at a market in Amsterdam and hand carried it all the way back. I do actually use it for bread, but I love it because it reminds me of a wonderful day my husband and I had there together wandering the streets and canals without a care in the world.
That might be it for today...there are so many other things I want to show you, but not today. We are celebrating the sale of our little house and are heading to the countryside to live in a few months. Time for a celebratory drink and a bit of "r and r". Hope you all have a lovely Easter....Bec