Decorative accessories and vintage finds
Some lovely things again Julie, I love the little cupboard with it's chippy paint work - always partial to a bit of chippy paintwork! I wish I didn't live so far away as I would love to come to the fairs that you do. Good luck at the fair and hope you do well.Jo xx
Oooh, ,lovely things - super little cabinet - and I love the tiny washboard and tub! I wonder if The Washerwoman (http://thewasherwoman.blogspot.com/) has seen it?! Good luck at the Autumn Fair :)
We stopped at Rheged both going to and coming back from the Lake District. There was a super photography exhibition on. Sorry can't be there this weekend - although maybe it's just as well, or I would be bankrupt buying all your goodies!!
Hi, I am so glad you are following my blog, because I got to discover yours! Love your style, I have a really similar taste for Scandanavian/country/vintage pieces and am wondering how I may politely get my hands on some of your lovely Cloth Shed items!! Do you sell online at all? My dad is a Northumbrian, born and brought up in Cambo and then Bitchfield near Belsay - I don't know if that is your neck of the woods?I still have family in Bolam, and we visit occasionally - it is such a stunning part of England. Belinda
I love the cupboard! Hope you do really well at the fair.Jayne
Hi I'm with Jo & wish that I could visit your fairs, I would certainly shove her out of the way to get to the cabinet! :-)
I too would love to visit one of your fairs, but distance and time are working against me at the mo... That little wash board is adorable and I imagine it will be snapped up in a blink!You lucky thing! To stay in a National Trust property in Lacock - not a bad way to spend a day/night!!! And yes, isn't Lacock gorgeous! I never tire of strolling around there, going for walks in the countryside surrounding the village, or just going there for cream tea at the Tea Rooms and Gardens. I feel very blessed it is within walking distance from home, or just seven minutes in the car...All the best hope you have a lovely weekend at the fair!Helena, The Swenglish Home
Hope you have a good one Julie!! xx
Hello, I read that you are fair,Greetings, I will be there!I went to read the post in July e. .....that child is your mommy!? how many timesI saw those drawings! ComplimentsA hug Susy
You do find some really nice things. What a shame I live so far away. I have enjoyed going back quite a way re-reading your posts and looking at your great photos. Think you and I share a penchant for F & B's French Grey and red and white toile de jouey!
What a lovely collection of things - I especially love the cupboard - your too far away to visit the fair - what a shame.have a lovely week.Jillx
Hi Julie, lovely stuff as usual,love the wash board,but coudnt make cumbria, so let me know when the next Durham one is and i will be there and I will come to your stall first thing as yourthings move faster than hot cakes!! love Linda x x
I love the little glazed cabinet and know a bathroom not a million miles from here it would look just stunning in. I'm sure it will be snapped up, along with all the other fantastic vintage goodies...xx
Hope the fair was a success for you as you always have such amazing things to sell. Lizzie x