A collection of pebbles from our holiday.
I love to sit and read looking out on the garden and the hill beyond. Georgian shutters keep the room cosy at night.
Trying to keep the sitting room mantle simple! Love my Ian North painting.
Cosy corner in the kitchen, this is where I took the doors off a mouldy cupboard! I made the lampshade the other day, thought it looked like a hat! The painting on the wall is by my friend Sara, a birthday gift I treasure.
Fabric at last has a home all neatly stored in a old cabinet in the corner of my workroom.
A wire shelf in the corner of our bedroom becomes a shrine to the sea, bottles full of sea glass and china alongside shells and postcards. Lawrence Henry fish, I love his work we have quite a few things by him.
A little dresser I found last year, just right for some of my toy animals and a few old books from my childhood. Sits on top of an old Cakeoma box that makes a handy shelf. Found the puzzle blocks at a car boot 20p well spent, they will probably end up in one of my assemblages the same with the little yellow hare destined to be in an easter box.
A wire display board over my desk holds images that inspire or delight me.
I hope you have enjoyed this little journey round some of the corners of my life and I hope you will find my taste in music not to much of an assault on your ears!!
Off now to start a new project that if it works out will appear at the next Vintage and Handmade Fair.