My kitchen table and chairs arrived the other week. That is to say, being strictly accurate, that my table arrived, along with some sticks of wood. The chap who sold it to me doesn't seem even vaguely interested in sorting it out (I feel like I ought to be suprised, but somehow, I'm not) so in the meantime I picked up a few lovely kitchen stools at the Wells trading post for a mere £8 each and painted them aquamarine, which you can see below.
I've also been busy, putting up mirrors and generally picking up lovely bargains and digging things out of boxes and hanging them on walls. Lots of fun, especially when I end up covered in paint. There is something about being covered in paint that irrevocably takes you back to childhood ...
An old picture frame I painted aquamarine and framed a very good friend of mine's art
The rather sweet rocking chair I picked up at the Trading Post. Eventually, it's going to go in the bathroom
A slightly fabulous find, again from the trading post. It's a vintage 40's cabinet and the colours go perfectly with my colour scheme.
This used to be a really dull old corkboard. I think the fruity fabric really livens it up - it looks so cute, I almost don't want to hang anything on it!
I got this mirror from ebay from a guy who does this sort of work down in Cornwall. It looks great in the evening with the candles balanced on the sticking out bits and the flames reflected in the mirror