I had a little moment yesterday in the op shop. One of those moments where you see it, but you don't really believe it. There may or may not have been some hyperventilating.
Could it really be a full set of pyrex mixing bowls in my favourite colour? Could they really have NEVER been used? (Who could do that I ask?). And lastly could they really be only $12? While I was clutching them in my paws at the counter I was just so relieved that I had popped into that little oppie next to ballet class. It was last minute and I almost hadn't gone in.
Now I just want to bake biscuits, cake, scramble eggs and whip cream all at the same time. Actually I just remembered that I don't have enough bench space in my kitchen to do this. Time to hurry up with that renovation. (We have plans now). I found these lovely pans too, thought they might look good on the wall.
And some colourful bottles. Miss Liongirl needed one for her marble collection, and good to have a spare. I think I have kitchens on the brain as I keep finding kitcheny things in the opshop. We think we have almost worked out our new kitchen design too. Hoping to pop some plans on the blog and see if anyone has any suggestions, figuring there would have to be other stickybeaks out there who love the minutia of house plans.
And lastly a lovely little hideous coloured stool. This would have to be some shade of poo. I just want to break out the mouse sander and see what lies beneath.
Anyone else inspired by The Block? ( For anyone in the northern hemisphere, if Spring weather is rubbish and you need some reality TV with thick Aussie accents and renovations, go to the link and you can even watch all the back episodes on line). I really like Sophie and Dale's colour choices and vintage styling, such a raw deal that they are not scoring higher. And the kitchens must be coming soon, yippee. Back with a finished wallpaper dresser and some house plans.
And linking in with Sophie, has been a few weeks between linkups.