Good morning Cottage Fix Crew! We’re getting back on track here after a long run of rotten luck. Our washing machine quit working this past weekend, and along with a dryer that’s been on the fritz for the past year or so we went ahead and purchased a new set. Our bad luck has become almost comical! Honestly we’re walking on pins and needles around here waiting for the next thing to break or crack. Yikes!
Without that pesky laundry to keep me busy, I managed to start some of my Spring cleaning early. These are a few of the vintage treasures I collected over the years that will be listed for sale in our local area this coming weekend. I hate to part with pieces I love, but if I haven’t found a home for them by now, it’s time to let go.
I purchased vintage crystals from an Etsy shop to fill in the missing spaces and cleaned this beauty up some. It needs to be rewired for electric use. It would also be pretty with candles. I was planning on using it in our dining room, but it was too small. So then I saved it for our bathroom remodel and it ended up looking too big in there. Peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold.
I absolutely love this piece. If I didn’t already have a similar one that’s original to our cottage, I would be using this myself. It’s painted vintage green with a sweet glass knob. It has glass shelving inside and is in good vintage condition. I’m embarrassed to say how long I’ve been
hoarding holding on to this.
This was probably from an old dresser I’m guessing. The beautiful time worn patina adds to the curved lines and details. I might keep it. lol We’ll see.
Well, hopefully they’ll be off to a good home soon.