Just a super quick little post about these lovely little Belgian bicycle tags that arrived last month.
I spotted these on my Insta-pal Buck’s feed last year and became obsessed with finding some. I managed to buy these two on eBay and they were posted across from Belgium.
Buck has since told me that the tags were used to insure your bike and the colour and shape of them changed every year. Have a look at his Insta feed as he’s got a beautiful collection.
They are much bigger than I imagined they would be and are a lovely little addition to a mantle of bookshelf display. They also look so sweet tied around these jars as a little extra interest.
I proclaim something to be my ‘new favourite’ about 10 – 15 times a day, but honestly my new Ercol Love Seat has absolutely stolen my heart.There’s a bit of a story about how we came to buy this wonderful piece so I’ll start from the top.
I don’t know anybody who would say that their skin is at its best in the winter. Months of air conditioning, central heating and biting cold leave my skin dry, dull and aggravated and I’m almost certain I’m not in the minority.
Here’s another almost insultingly easy DIY but one that is really affective. I think I only go for simple projects as there’s less chance of failure, resulting in an almost guaranteed feeling of pride when you’ve finished, which is always lovely. I also lose interest in anything if it has more than 4 steps…
Since I last wrote about James Keiller marmalade jars here, my collection has grown (and then shrunk again) considerably, so I thought I’d give you all a quick update. Continue reading
Yet again, I have Instagram to thank for my latest obsession. I’ve always known about Observer’s books or guides but seeing them styled in homes or arranged on shelves sparked my interest. Continue reading
I love vintage wall maps for so many reasons and have amassed quite a collection over the past couple of years. They’re fairly easy to come by at flea markets or online so if you’re on the lookout for one, I’d start with somewhere like eBay or Etsy. Continue reading