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These Are A Couple Of Of My Favored Items

No, it really is not girl’;s in white dresses or blue satin sashes.

With the high holidays upon us and Thanksgiving about the corner it really is a good time to reflect on what we have and be thankful for the little factors as well as the huge factors. These factors never always cost a good deal–they are just things I really like seeing and using nearly every day. Right here is a little tour…
I picked up this minor jewellery tree on sale at Urban Outfitters years in the past. I love how it seems like lace but it’;s metal and functions perfectly to hold earrings and little bracelets.

This clock was an engagment present in excess of 30 many years in the past! It was obtained in New York at a small present shop on the upper east side—too lengthy in the past to don’;t forget the title. I adore the typography and proportions and it now hangs in our kitchen–it really is fifth property.

I discovered this hand painted wood box at a shop in Portland, Maine. I love how it is distressed even though it truly is not an antique.

Here is a more current discover also from Maine–these stacked stones from Kennebunkport. The natural nature and clean layout is what attracted me to them.

A pal informed me about these low-cost old-fashioned roaster pans that are offered at our nearby hardware shop. They search like some thing your grandmother would have in her kitchen and you know what? She was appropriate! Meats and poultry turn out juicy and golden brown.

It looks like carved wood but this real, giant acorn (from somewhere out west) was identified in a junk store in Connecticut.

I loved the neutral colours of this antique abacus, not like the colorful toys usually located these days.

A lot of the ar2rk hanging in our house are either functions from my friend’;s or my sister’;s buddies (we each went to ar2rk college) or antique paintings like these 2.

The only thing of real value on my list is my Ebel observe. I bought it when I turned 30 and I have worn it every day given that. I love it as a lot today as I did then!

The decorator Nate Berkus says you should have one thing in your house that tends to make you smile. These do the trick.

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