How about putting out the welcome mat, and sharing a few pics of your favourite vintage/retro inspired space with us in our brand new bloggy link-up?
Yep, in the proud (ahem!) tradition of the The Great Retro Cook-Off , Donna and I are inviting you to show-off the best room at your place.
Old school, way cool, too cool for school, join us, we'd love a sticky-beak of your home-styled stylin.
We're after real spaces too, so don't stress too much about perfection, dust, or taxidermy! Things look more interesting when they're a bit haphazard anyway - the art of 'plonk', in my opinion is seriously underrated. Agree?
Please spread the word (we'd appreciate it),
the more retro/vintage interiors we all get to perve at, lust over, covet, and inspire us the better.
You can even join in if you haven't got a blog (just email your pics
and a bit of a blurb and we'll post it on our blogs on the day).
Speaking of blurbs, how about this one?
"the sparkling copper exhaust flue and antique hanging pots accent the lovely warm tones of the tulip oak walls and counters at the home of Mr and Mrs David Seymour"
The Seymours bought this house "because of the marvelous potential it had for changes and extensions" Same old, same old, right? I'll show you some more of the Seymours "Cornering Space on a Cliff Top" soon. It's nice. Very nice...
Until then, don't forget to scribble the 11th in your diary x
All images, Australian House and Garden, April 1970 (thanks library girl x)
p.s. thank you for all your lovely comments on Annabel's birthday post, she doesn't read my blog regularly, but I made sure she read that one. Life can be tough when you've a red-head, thanks for boosting her ego x