Well, it is not actually a “vintage laundry” find . . .
~ ~ however, it is something that I wanted to place in the laundry room . . .
~ ~ ~ ~ to showcase my “vintage laundry” items.
These items were on the counter where I fold clothes . . .
I believe that using an item such as this stool . . .
~ ~ is a solution to “how to create visual interest”.
A basket containing more vintage laundry items sits to the left of the stool.
And more pretties on the right.
A place for lost socks . . . where do they go? . . .
~ ~ to the “lost socks abyss”.
So happy that I found this stool (also with Mary Alice’s help) at the Liberty Antiques Festival.
Love this addition to my laundry room!!!
On another note. . .
You may have seen me write about my “Sewing Group” . . .
~ ~ where we sometimes B – T – H and Stitch.
A group of 8 of us ladies in our neighborhood….and one of these ladies, my friend Pam . . .
~ ~ is a fabulous quilter. Well, her quilt made the cover of a juried Quilt Show Brochure.
A gorgeous quilt that she hand painted and quilted.
So if you love quilts . . . . and live in the Cary, N.C. area . . .
~ ~ then this is a must see showcase of gorgeous quilts (especially my friend Pam’s) ! ! !
Have a great weekend!…….I will soon have guests arriving . . .
~ ~ stay tuned as many of you will know them!!!
We will be off to the High Point Fall Market.