Monday, 7 May 2012

Ticking those boxes.

I always feel deprived of time to address my 'TO DO 'list but the surprisingly stunning weather which graced our Sunday gave me a chance to start ticking some of those boxes.

Do you remember those funny French vintage enamel containers I showed you earlier in February?

They're ready.



Some have even made it onto the shop front!

And I've managed to change the window display too.The palette is a total contrast to the previous kaleidoscope of colours, with soft greys,creams golds and whites to name a few.

The wild fowl cushions are beautiful.They were made for me by a lovely local lady whose passion for perfection in sewing is very apparent. 


I'm hoping that no one buys this bag,then I can give it a good home.

I've got to go now but I wanted to end with these two shots. 
I feel a Burgundy phase coming on...

xxx

14 comments:

helen tilston said...

Beautiful items and I agree the bag is a keeper.

The tulip and pansy are add excitement
Helenx

galant said...

Lovely, lovely things! Did you paint those jugs? Does paint take over the chipped enamel or will it just peel again, in time?
Margaret P

FourHappyBunnies said...

Your new window display is lovely - my favourite colour palette. The wild fowl cushions are wonderful too xx

FourHappyBunnies said...

I love the wild fowl cushions, what a talented lady. Wonderful photos again xx

Essie @ Pingere Antiques said...

Hi Joasia,
Love your new window display, those cushions look very tempting!
I look forward to seeing more of your burgundy phase....
Essie x

La Brocanteuse said...

If I were to pass your shop window, It would lure me inside..like your idea with the enamel vessels, so clever and make me want to do some planting!
Thank you for your visit to my blog, always welcome and appreciated.
Love from South Africa
Colette

Red Rose Alley said...

Beautiful flower pictures. I never get tired of looking at flowers. They are the magic in our lives. Thank you for visiting us and following Red Rose Alley. You have such a charming blog, and I am now following you too.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Riddlers cottage flowers said...

Hoping when well to come and have a good look around your lovely shop.x

Vintage Jane said...

The 'enema pots' look great. I have one that I use as a string ball container! Much better than their original use!! M x

Madelief said...

Hoi Joasia,

Your enamel containers look lovely with the flowers inside! You are right. We like the same sort of things.

The shop window looks beautiful too. Is your shop in The Cotswold's? We will be staying there this summer. Perhaps I will come and have a look and say hello :-)

Happy weekend!

Madelief x

greenthumb said...

I would keep the bag. Those jugs look so good they are soft and pretty.

Mrs. Sutton said...

Gorgeous items in your shop - those enamel jugs are an absolute winner - SO pretty! Your last image of the tulip is magical - beautifully captured. Lovely blog too! Paula x -

Jill said...

Hi Joasia
Your shop window looks so inviting, and I love what you have done with the enamel containers. Have a lovely week.
Jillx

Tricia said...

What a pretty window display! I really love that enamelware too :)