Saturday, April 5, 2014

And Now There Are 8

A visit on Saturday to a busy Salvo's in the Adelaide Hills was a last minute decision. As you all know I collect vintage bridal headpieces and I spotted one with a dress which I don't have any room for. I asked the manager to split them but she stayed firm but said I could have them half price. SOLD! Now I have 8!



They are from the 30's and the tulle is too far gone from neglect so I spent hours removing after taking these pics






I haven't taken any shots of the dress yet ( heaven knows what I will do with it) I'll post them next week

My dining set arrived on Tuesday and I am so thrilled with it


Now we HAVE to get the room painted white soon ( why do we always buy homes from colour blind owners)








We had already put up a new light fitting








In the garden this week

All the apples are ready so we picked and packed them in layers of paper


The beans are thiving and the tomatoes are almost finished


Far too many Butternut pumpkins




A box of succulents waiting for an interesting container

Outside the laundry door


Making a run for it


I can hear the kookaburras laughing in the gum but I can't see them






My favourite roses from the garden...Asma Sharif, Princess Alexandra of Kent, Pierre de Ronsard



Linking up with :

The Dedicated House
A Living Space
Knick of Time
French Country Cottage
Ivy and Elephants
Common Ground
The Colorado Lady
Shabby Art Boutique
The Thrifty Groove
Chic on a Shoestring
Country Farm Home
My Romantic Home
Sir thrift-a-lot
Rose Vignettes
Rooted in Thyme
My Charmed Home
Blackbird Has Spoken
Elizabeth & Co
 The North End Loft
Finding Fabulous
A Revisionary Life 
Natasha in Oz 
From my Front Porch to Yours 
Sunday View


17 comments:

  1. Love the look of your dinner table I bet you love to eat your meals there now. As always your garden is just so pretty.

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  2. Such beautifully delicate headpieces. I haven't come across any vintage wedding gowns or headpieces in all my op-shopping. You always find such beautiful ones.
    Please share a picture of the dress too.
    x

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  3. Good Morning Meg, The headpiece you found, reminds me of the headpiece which Ivy, my Grandmother wore when she married..... it is beautiful.
    I love your new dining table and it is so beautifully laid. Here in England, Spring is in the air, so for us everything is just beginning to grow, so I have tomatoes and beans to look forward to later in the year.
    I have enjoyed my visit Meg, so I have become a new follower with Blog Lovin.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  4. Hello Meg:

    Such excitement with all of these new things coming into your life!!

    This post contains the most wonderful set of images and we are particularly drawn to those of the fruit and vegetables and, of course, the hens which remind us of the days when we kept them.

    Jó hétvégét!

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  5. Lovely photos. Your new headpiece is gorgeous. I love your new table and chairs too - is it limed oak? Really nice. Have a good weekend! Abby x

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  6. You live in a beautiful area, your garden is just gorgeous.
    Anne xx

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  7. Just stunning Meg. Another lover of vintage bridal frou-frou here. My family just don't understand, but I think you do ;-)

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  8. Your table and chairs are just gorgeous and love how you set your table! The pictures are beautiful you must have a great camera! Your headpieces are so pretty what a neat thing to collect!

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  9. Oh my word! Your dining set is divine! xx

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  10. Everything is so beautiful and green ! I think I have a headpiece very similar to one of yours ...
    http://thescentedcottage.blogspot.com/2013/04/bridal-veils-does-veil-make-bride.html

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  11. Beautiful pictures! And your dining room set is gorgeous!

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  12. Hope I get tomatoes and beans as lovely as yours once my garden gets going! I LOVE your china -- absolutely beautiful! (As are the roses!)
    Stopping by from VTT :)

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  13. That headpiece is gorgeous. I would love to see a picture of the dress! Thanks for joining TTF!

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  14. That dining set is to do for and I love your tablescape too! Actually I love everything in this post! I'm sharing on Google+ right now.

    Thanks so much for linking up to the Say G'day Saturday linky party. I hope you can join us again this weekend.

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

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  15. Wonderful photos...your roses are gorgeous!

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  16. Please tell me about the beautiful blue and white chargers on the lovely table setting. Are the vintage signs?

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I love to hear from you and appreciate your messages. Meg xx