My favorite spot in the world.
Okay, everyone knows I am a huge fan of graphics and old lettering. take a look at these signs...I think they are so wonderful to put in a kitchen or a large wall to pair with some old chalkboards, and of course Le' Moo. (Our french cow). Best of all these items are sooooooooo inexpensive. I am thrilled with the pricing
I don't really know a soul who doesn't want to spend an evening in Paris. My perfect place to go. If it were MY eve. in Paris, I would be sitting right at my favorite resturaunt eating my hot goat cheese salad, an order of onion soup (we dont say "french onion" there, or they think you are a dork) an order of escargot with creme brulee for dessert and over looking the river seine with the lights hitting Notre Dame just enough to eluminate her, but not was her in light. and all this for 27 Euros. You cant beat it.
This is great sofa sized, big and impactful. You cannot I REPEAT have too many eiffel towers in ones home!
Okay, just pretend these are the gates that lead to your chateau that your ring of keys will open !!
Hey, if your gonna dream, dream big.
These bottle dryers have been used for centuries, but I love them to use them for holding coffee cups, or in a craft room they can hold bolts of ribbon, large cones of thread, you name it.
Cute , Cute, Cute...........this little plastic lined burlap bag holds ice for wine, or use it to put around the base of an ugly plant etc. or just hold your mess around the phone desk....who cares, its just sooooo cute....and did I say cheap...oh, yes, cheap.
No I didnt steal this off the top of an old building, but it looks like I did. The factory did an amazing job duplicating the tin spire. It is great just as a centerpiece or in the garden with vines growing up.