I realised that it’s been a extremely lengthy time because I posted some photos from my house, which is full of fairly pastels.. I wasn’t sure about the way in which I could describe my home so I went for “pretty cottage style” but maybe it should be “Claire style” or just pastels huh? Anyway! Look at that greengate quilt! I won it on ebay (bidding) for about 1/3 of the cost and I Enjoy it!
This is a close up of the beautiful embroidered emblem. I truly enjoy the pink, blue and grey colour scheme of the blanket. That is one thing I by no means thought I would say. Honestly, if it was complete value I wouldn’t have bought it. The value is possibly the only purpose I did buy it. That’s a lie! The paisley print and the reality that it’s pink and greengate. Ok, so there were lots of reasons.
I have a lot of greengate products in my house, I’ve been collecting anytime I can afford one thing! And always add some products to my want lists for birthday’s or christmas. I’m always getting fabulous gifts for my little cottage home. This was a tiny peek of my ‘workspace’ in the lounge from last month when I was organising blog posts ^_^
Appear at my fabulous washi tape collection! I enjoy this tiny tiered cake stand that I received as a gift. It’s helpful for small bits and bobs that somehow end up surrounding me anytime I operate.
In my kitchen! Right here we are with a lot more greengate goods! My goodness! Ok, not just greengate, Pip studio and Cath Kidston are also featured here.
And these are my favourite items! From Syl loves and Nell from Shabby Roses Cottage! Syl knitted this fabulous dish cloth right after I saw some of them on her weblog and fell in enjoy with the colours instantly! The red, pink and blue tied in beautifully with my greengate apron you can see poking in the background!
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