February 11, 2012

french fancy.

this is going to be a bit of a jumbled post of sorts. i have

pretty things to show you, some weekly happenings and some paris

love to share. it is the most beautiful sunny

saturday afternoon. the pear ciders are chilling in the fridge

ready for dinner at ash's tonight and i'm writing to you on the

front verandah of my very peaceful halfway house (aka sister's

house.) i've thrifted, spring cleaned and written lots of love

letters and it's not even 5pm. this week flights and

accommodation in paris were booked with 2 favourites, i was

approved for a house and was late to work twice. that last one

isn't quite in keeping with the other awesome news but made me

giggle all the same. i'm counting down the days until we get the

keys and i can snap photos of ever corner of that place. i am

THAT excited. the sound of the entire street's mowing

efforts has suddenly quietened. it's nearly cider'o'clock in my

city, i hope you have a beautiful rest of the evening and don't

mind me nosying around your spaces for a while. happy days. x

pyrex and johnson finds found during the week.

today's thrifting efforts.

some retro linen, patterns and cuteness found today.

midweek love in the mail.

washing day prettiness. cannot get enough of this print.


Vintage Sweetheart said...

Gorgeous linens! I don't know how you do it!! Ahh Paris I'm so jealous. x

Hannah, Lost in wishful thinking said...

I had a successful week opshopping too, and today, I found my brother a wonderful pair of brogues for his school musical and we agreed he must wear them to his semi-formal too.

Can't wait to see this house!

Zara said...

Yay to you, a new home. It's the best feeling getting approved for a place that you want.
Your thrifting efforts for the week are impressive. All the lovely Johnson, and pink floral vintage sheets, you cant go wrong there.

Loo xx from Jumbles and Pompoms said...

Beautiful finds, especially the linens.

REread said...

very cute stuff

Kate said...

It's a couple past cider o'clock here and that post is all jumbled around in my brain. So I'll just say that the finds, the Paris and the new house sound just fabulous. I'm super happy for you. But that navy fabric with the red and white flowers is the best! LOVE!

Hello Vintage said...

Love the Pyrex. Paris! You lucky girl!

Zane said...

adorable stuff, I want it all

Lakota [Faith Hope and Charity Shopping] said...

All such pretty things, I love the little stack of moulds.

koralee said...

love your sweet treasures..just added a turquoise bowl to my pryex collection..happy weekend.

Katyha said...

gorgeous finds & those pink floral sheets are so divine...cannot wait to see photos of your new house

The Joyful Thrifter said...

As always lovely finds! I love the Pyrex dishes the most!

The Joyful Thrifter

Sophie Isobel said...

Oh my! So much goodness, there are some seriously amazing tea cups in the mix here and Johnson salt and pepper shakers, how cute!
Sophie x

polkadotpeticoat said...

Love those sheet also....and you found some amazing treasures....

Trina Curran said...

Oh, I love the linen and the pyrex! That blue and white daisy print is adorable. What will you make with it? I would probably hoard it. Haha!

Marisa Noelle said...

You really should write a guide about how to thrift for vintage housewares...you seriously have some of the cutest pieces I've seen. I am swooning over every last piece of it:)

Bungalowgirl said...

My goodness the pyrex! And the fabric! you are a goddess of goodness. Cannot wait to see your new abode though the instagram! Sorry for lack of comments, grade one has thrown our house into chaos. melx

Anonymous said...

You always have the most delicious eye candy to swoon over..makes me very happy :)
A trip to Paris...be still my heart, I can alreay imagine the flea market treasures you will find.