Dig the golf club coat racks. What a great way to repurpose these.
One of the things that appeals to me is spaces filled with treasures. I love having to move cool objects to see others, to have to study a space for a while to see all that's there. The three-dimensional collage is a wonderful place to be!
So, you're telling me that this is a vintage item? What do the kids play their records on these days?
As I said in the title, I'm vintage. Old is someone who once owned these vintage glasses. You know who you are! It's o.k. I love old things.
Old meets new. Victorian baskets and the neon art at the Tacoma Dome. There were baskets like the silver painted one that lived at the little church I went to as a youngster and they were hauled out to hold flowers for weddings and funerals.
These aluminum chimney top thingies, the official term for them, have always fascinated me but I'd never thought of bringing one indoors.
These lockers would make great planters for anything that likes good drainage. I took the card of the local lady who has these for sale as I didn't want to haul them all over the dome. The price is fairly low and I think that six of them stacked in a pyramid and planted with succulents and cacti would look smashing!
This screen almost came home with me. Would be perfect in my house but I don't really know where I'd put it.
A wonderful new life for the front panel of an old upright piano.
Speaking of keys, I hope you're as keyed up as I am about the Northwest Flower and Garden Show that opens on Wednesday. It'll be nice to see gardens in bloom!