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Lucky Escape






Luckily this store is on the other side of the country, or else these cupboards would be coming home with me. And then they would have to live out in the workshop with all the other cupboards I own that are still looking for somewhere to settle down. I have such a thing for cupboards that I find it hard to leave them behind. If you live near Avalon, there's some nice cupboards waiting for a new home.

{{Oh, and I would grab that hat too!}}

Images from here.

7 comments:

Mlle Paradis said...

i clicked on the link and then i decided.....oh. ok. i don't want to know! (toooooo painful.) yes you do need alot of space and a big door opening for one of these.

Mlle Paradis said...

oh p.s. jules! thanks for joining p.p. as a follower! lovely to have you!

Kerry said...

How could you possibly choose...they're all great. Thank goodness my townhouse is too small for them and I don't live near Avalon otherwise the carport might be chockers! Enjoy your break and thanks for taking time to comment on my blog.

The City Sage said...

I have the same problem, only with chairs! I bring them home like stray animals. I even have some hidden in a storage room at the office because i don't have space for them in my house. One day my boss is going to find them and think i'm one of those hoarders....which, frankly, wouldn't be far from the truth.

but if you don't take them home and love them, then WHO WILL?!?!

A Country Farmhouse said...

Is that an old shoe rack...or perhaps, a bread baking rack in the second photo? I'd like to bring that home! xoTrina

Kerri said...

I think my heart just skipped a beat! That is my kind of shop. Thanks for the tip, next time I'm in Sydney it's on my 'must visit' list.
K xx

vosges paris said...

Jules I know what you mean I have two cupboards in my garage.... beautiful old ones but I don;t know where to pit them haha
Wish you a happy Easter weekend
Desiree

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