I was really keen to find wire fencing for my revamped veggie patch and happy to say I was successful. I'll be posting about that another time, but now it's just about junk or as we prefer to say "treasure".
This lovely stool was dragged out of a pile in two pieces and I'm happy to say it just needed to be put back together. I wouldn't say you could sit on it, but it would certainly look pretty with a plant on it.
A pile of metal, a bit of a scrounge and these babies were found.
Cast iron pot with rusted tin lid - perhaps a plant pot.
Not sure what to do with the fire tools yet, but I loved the intricate base and handle.
I love these old pots
Heavy metal wheel, a nice piece but as yet not sure what for, maybe just in the garden, any suggestions.
I had a chat with the owner of this and he told me it's an esky with bottle opener on chain inside.
Unfortunately someone took the lid prior. Why not take it all?
I thought it was pretty cool (ugh! lame joke).
I do like it, it has many possibilities.
I purchased four of these Jacobean chairs from my neighbours garage sale a few weeks ago for $30 the lot and have been dithering about what to do with them. Do I recover or do I leave the shabby leather with the old stuffing showing. I think at this stage I'll leave them as is cause I actually don't mind them like that, they seem to go with our shabby house.
How happy was I to find this, I was very happy.
I was only just thinking how I would love to have something like this to keep near the back door and then hey presto I found one.
Perfect for the wellies.
So it was a pretty good haul over all. There were somethings I would have liked but physically just couldn't manage, oh well, hopefully they would have found a good home.