Nothing big going on in my cottage since I acquired my new bed. I do love it!
Some of you know I’m a realtor but before my license I did quite a bit of staging. I love helping people get their homes ready to list so I’ve been doing staging consultations for other realtors. Realized how much I love doing this. Hope I can do more.
Last week while I was contemplating my living room I decided to “get rid of” a glass door cabinet I had in a corner. I bought it when a local shop was redecorating. I contacted my friend Allie at the local vintage haunt, Nannygoat Antiques in Narberth. Of course she wanted it and would have raided the rest of my cottage! Nannygoat is only open the first weekend of each month. I think the cabinet is still there. Check it out the first weekend in May. It can be from my cottage to yours!
With spring trying to bloom, my dining room table needed a lift so I got out a vintage chicken trough I bought a while ago at Nannygoat. Small glass vases from Ikea fit right in and fern fronds from my ferns just coming up in front of my cottage, finish it off. I like it!
During a short trip to the Ardmore Farmers Market, a great upscale market on the Main Line of Philadelphia, I was reminded to always look up. I know any of you who are local have been there. But did you ever look up at the chandelier at DiBruno Bros.? Then I started looking up at more.
These are my bits and pieces for now. I’ll share my weekend shopping soon!