I walked around the house the other day and took some photos of some of the things I’ve collected over the years. Thought I would share them with you…
My little collection of carousel horses.
A free (!) dresser and thrifty shelf in my craft room
Mother’s Spode china. Love it!
A lovely sampler made by my Mother in 1987
One of my fat cats. Henry.
A little wooden stool I spray painted yellow. Stacked with magazines I need to go through – again!
Some pretty blue glass. The covered dish belonged to my mother.
Shell art (Mother again) and a little glass jar with things I collected on the beach. Reminds me of “home.”
A thrifty robin and candle holder. I made the little grapevine “nest.” The colorful paddles and vase were thrift store finds.
Little wooden boxes. I use them to store colored pencils, pens etc. The metronome was a gift from a friend. The small dark box contains some tiny wooden candle holders that are painted like little people!
I love the way the sun shines in the front door! I’ve changed up the wall where the clock is and moved my buffet there. The buffet was found inside a shed (free) at a house I rented in Florida. The owner had used it as a tool cabinet. I refinished it and it looks great! Can’t get a good photo of it this morning. Sorry.
I found these three embroidered florals at thrift stores. My dad made this cute wooden stool and I just painted it blue! The towel was a gift from one of my patients. Isn’t it fun to see what you’ve collected over the years and how they all find a place of their own?
Hope you have a beautiful day!