Wednesday, February 27, 2013

February Thrift Picks





Little Indian Blanket: Leon has claimed as his own immediately.

Porcelain Mexican BirdBrightening up my dresser.

Small Woven Basket: Awaiting a cactus to feel complete.

Little White Ring Box: Because it was just so cute.

Pastel Dishware: I tried to put down three times but couldn't. It's beautiful. I made the right choice.

Weathered Plant Stand: Not Mike's cup of tea. "Doesn't go with anything in our house" But lovely nonetheless.

Frayed Peach Cardigan: Comfy. Perfect for lighter Spring layers. 

Nebraska: Etsy, not thrifted. But any excuse to photograph that record is good in my book. 

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  2. nice finds! i've scored some really good stuff this month too. nebraska is totally worth an etsy purchase, maybe i need to come over and listen to it with you :D

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  3. Ah! Nebraska. Atlantic City is one of my all time favourite songs.

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  4. Great finds. I especially like the peach cardigan. It will look so nice on you in the spring! Where IS spring, anyway???

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  6. The pastel dishware is gorgeous! And I'm a sucker for blankets, can never have enough. Lovely finds!

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  7. i love Nebraska. and all things middle-class, illustrious, homegrown, America. however, its album sleeve pales in comparison to Born in the USA ;)

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  8. I bet you'll have that table forever, and it will go from room to room becoming different things to different people and then it will one day go away with one of those boys to some far off or not-too-far-off little home of theirs where it will begin a new life and it's practically the Giving Tree of tables and Mike is wrong.

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    1. You know I love the way you think. The giving tree of tables deserves a poem in it's honor.
      Done.

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