gorgeous industrial lights made from bed springs
and while I was checking out the lights on etsy I found these
upcycled 50's Pyrex, Cinderella pattern in duck egg blue
I love the way the light illuminates the pretty colour and pattern on these bowls, and I think it's such a cool (and practical) way to display your favourite piece of vintage Pyrex...if you can't bear the thought of drilling into a piece from your own collection avoid all the angst and get one here
I discovered the next gorgeously whimsical pics on the interiorist
breathtaking aren't they...
by Spanish artist Lorenzo Duran
I've seen this done with paper of course...it's everywhere...but using leaves? and a dry old Autumnal leaf at that! Amazing!
And because we've got a stack of old crates in our shed (all picked up from the side of the road, including an old Schweppes one recently Yay!) I was looking for some inspiration and came across these
I cannot remember for the life of me where I found these pics...please let me know if you do and I will credit the proper person.
Do you like the crate "thing"? Have you ever liked it or are you over it? I still really like it and anyway, we've got to do something with all those crates...can't leave them stacked in the shed forever! (can we Anth?)
I really like this idea for a house number too
easy-peasy and effective!
via one fell swoop
Lastly a pic of my own (as if you couldn't tell!) of a house I drove past, I know it won't be everyone's cup of tea but I like it...alot
like or loathe?
Here's a pretty t.towel to say Ciao (it's another Italian)