I picked up a few things at a thrift store and the funky junk store a few months ago and thought I'd show them to you. When I see things I love that cost next to nothing, I just can't resist. This is why I try to stay out of those kinds of stores most of the time. Its hard not to, since they are within walking distance of my office, but the winter weather keeps me inside most of the time. The only thing is that in North Carolina, there are a few warm days in the 70s in the dead of winter. Its a shame not to get out and walk on those days (wink, wink). LOL
One of my favorites is this old cream with a navy stripe bowl.
Its small and so cute. I love it.
I have a small collection of white pitchers. Here's one.
This one is sitting in an old stoneware bowl, The bowl was at the thrift store for about 50 cents I think! The pitcher and all the others in this post came from the junk store.
This one is in the corner cabinet in the dining room.
Another 50 cent purchase from the thrift store. Its a Fire King with the candle glow design baking dish. I had this idea that at Christmas I'd give some vintage items as gifts. I even bought these matching kitchen towels to go with the baking dish.
But in the end, I decided to keep this dish because, 1. I wasn't sure the recipients would understand why I was giving them a used gift and 2. I kind of wanted to keep the baking dish for myself!. I love dishes and especially vintage ones like this.
This is another white pitcher used for storing some kitchen utensils.
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