After 14 years of council-style reinforced glass the front door finally got it’s makeover on Friday.
The before picture! Complete with piece of paper stuck on with door number scribbled on it. Attractive.
The finished design by Nikki (click for her details) was beautifully based on the doors we have between the kitchen/diner and the sitting room.
The result is a delight, especially when the sun pours through and creates rainbows on the walls.
Above we’ve gone for simplicity of plain glass and the number to let in as much light as possible.
The added bonus was that Keith-the-amazing-stained-glass-man turned up in his pre-war Singer car! How supper cool?
A charming success in every way!
Laters, Kate x
If at heart you’re an emotional scientist when it comes to clothes, you’ll find it harder than the coating of Apollo 13 to resist the temptation of a vintage car boot..
The South Bank Vintage Classic Car Boot took place this weekend in London and was the bright, sunlit intermission on a rather cold, grey, damp couple of days. It’s a wicked combination of vintage cars..and everything else besides..go for a wander..go for a rummage..you never know what delights you’ll find..
One of which was Julie from Vintageattitude with her own stall! She always has such inventive, creative offerings..dog coats on the table (check out that tablecloth!), pom pom lampshades..and my personal favourite..hanging at the back..summer jackets made from vintage tableclothes..genius.
(A close up of her rather fabulous skirt. So true…I love her style.)
I want this fridge..
This is the poshest buggy I have ever seen..it converts into a tricycle when the baby converts to a toddler..and then hopefully a little hatchback..and then maybe a small maisonette??
This guys coat was made from a GI bag..Buster’s pretty cool too..
Such joy…I often feel that modern offerings are just the plastic parody of the past – it’s so much better to liberate the originals and I came away with bulging bags..but more on that in another post..
Laters, Kate x