|Red Poetic License rose sandals: $3|
Cream Ann Taylor mule sandals: $4
Both brand new and showed absolutely no signs of wear, (until I wore the red ones this past weekend at our explosive dinner party).
|Remember the other vase I found at D. I. similar to this one? I think I'll use them together at some point.|
|Okay, these little books are seriously treasures. The pages are as sweet as they come, wish I could show them all to you. These might be new additions to my Valentines candy jars.|
|No idea what I'll use this trim for, it's white and gold and most likely from the 70's by looking at the typeset on the side label.|
|These are shallow bowls that match some of the teacups I've been collecting.|
|The nightstand above compliments my bedroom furniture set that was once my grandparents (and extremely sentimental). I'm deciding how to refinish it all and I fluctuate between stripping off the shiny coat of lacquer to re-stain and varnish or rather just paint it. The wood is veneered, so not much left to sand down. I'm thinking about all the options. But bottom line, I love the era and I hate to just slap on a coat of paint to hide the chips and scratches. It very well could be my next summer's tedious project, remember this?|
And the chair? Well, I love the rattan back and how lightweight it is. I'm loving the style as well. I'll reupholster the seat cushion and use it as my sewing chair.
There were a few more items I purchased, but won't be sharing until I unveil them at a very special birthday party for my main guy around here. I've been collecting these for a few months now.