The weather has turned rather Autumnal lately which has prompted me to introduce some of those warm colours into my world.
I love the chunky look of these glasses.
Next year I'm hoping to grow some of these in my garden.
I just brought this fabulous original vintage Rajasthani screen to my shop to sell.I hope that whoever buys it will appreciate the beauty of it's hand painted details of birds and flowers.
It is made up of 4 hard wood panels so it's very heavy and solid.
I had my eye on this bag for ages and was hoping that it will not sell. I often hid it within obcure displays in the shop but it's stunning appearance was spotted by many desiring eyes.
One loving husband bought it on Wednesday for his unsuspecting wife, who loved it from day 1,as a birthday present this weekend :(((
This plant amazes me. It's commonly known as House Leek and it has the ability to attach itself and grow in the most bewildering places like rooves and wall crevacis.
And who could resist this gorgeous honey yellow ceramic collection made and brought back straight from Provence :)
This wonderful giant cup is hand made for Darlington. It's one of the most used,versetile cups in my kitchen.
Mmm, home made soup.
Lemons look good...
Evening with my favourite hot chocolate from Switzerland, CAOTINA. You have GOT to try if you can!
Although orange is not my colour,this Filofax was destined to be mine. I'm so glad because it's easy to find.Anyway, thats it for now. Wishing all you lovely people a fabulous weekend.