Do you ever buy something at a flea market and you know it is a fabulous item at a fabulous price?
Such is the case with my dough bowl.
It was the last day of the flea before winter and the flea was closing.
I paid twenty four dollars for this hand carved bowl and it has a faintly carved signature on the bottom.
It comes from Dillard, Georgia.
This is the living room of the yellow house for those of you who have not seen it before.
We have moved the rattan sofa. I am not sure I like it here against the wall.
All the furniture in this room, except the three drawer chest, comes from garage sales. I just realised the three drawer chest does not appear in these photos...yikes.
Not sure about the brown chair either. Hey, I can move all of it.
The throw on the sofa is a vintage one given to me by my cousin, thanks K. The needle point pillow is from an estate sale. It was sixteen dollars. I would never buy one new...they are too expensive.
Joe always marvels at my readers attention to detail. Did you notice the modern art print over the sofa?
It is Joe's and he likes it and having it there and that is love.
I move stuff around all the time and have him help me and that is also love.
There is a whole funny story about buying that print that I might share another time.
I am linking with Debra for Vintage Inspiration Friday at Common Ground.
grace surrounds us