Yeap! I'm still trawling the streets going through the hard rubbish and here are some more pieces that I've collected. Sometimes I wish I had a bigger vehicle as I had to say no today to two huge terracotta pot plants and a big metal candelabra, which would have looked amazing for our winter solstice party in a few weeks. Still I'm chuffed with what I did salvage.
I so love this old wicker basket with it's pale green chippy paint. You know, apart from being a little damp as it's been raining most of the w'end, this old girl has no fault except looking gloriously shabby. She's stands at hip height and is a bit on the slender side, so I'm not sure at this stage what her future function will be but she is gorgeous.
A metal outdoor chair and it's not alone, as I got three of them, so I'll be whipping up some cushions for these soon, put some stoppers on the legs and "wholla'.
An old timber box that even has shelving, a little clean up and I'll be putting that to use.
This lovely floor lamp only needs to be wired up, I already have a shade that's been waiting a base, I never expected to find one on the street. Apart from a few small scratches it's in a dandy condition.
Well my heart skipped a beat when I found these pieces of Vintage Axminster carpet, isn't it pretty.
I purchased this metal ornament from a garage sale today, it's going to look lovely hung up on the outside wall.
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