I am a passionate treasure huntress addicted to "the thrill of the hunt." I pride myself on finding unique items and have spent a lifetime collecting unusual and interesting "treasures" which I have used in decorating our home. I shop with an eye for design and look for pieces that I like to call the "jewelry" of the room. Those pieces that have been around accumulating energy thereby bringing life into a space by telling its story or evoking a memory. The allure is found in the details of its journey... condition, provenance and patina. Our collected "treasures" tell the story of who we are. Billy Baldwin said it best, "Decorating is never successful unless it is personal." My treasures are available for purchase in my Etsy Shop and on my companion blog, Shop La Dolfina. The links can be accessed from my sidebar.
"All of life is about energy. It's about the energy that you're putting out; energy that you're drawing to yourself, every day, based on the way you think about your life & the actions that you take. Everybody is an energy field. And because of your attitude, your thinking, your actions; who you choose to be in the world, forms your own field. You are drawing into your field people who are like you... to remind you, to show you, to reflect back to you- who you are. Believe that or not, that is what is happening all the time... and it does not require your belief. It just is. It. Just. Is." -Oprah
It's wonderful...love it!!
Absolutely! Laundry is a terrible chore that I loathe. Anything to cheer me up while I work is a plus.
Now, can you really use it???
Of course you should keep it.. and the fairy! train HER to do the laundry!! :)
Keep it! It looks wwonderful in your laundry closet. BTW I love your closet!
Amazing! And perfect for the laundry room! Love your stenciled wall too. ~Delores
Yes...it's a keeper! I love its patina and form. I need a laundry fairy, too. Maybe two since I'm always so behind in laundry ;)
Keep it, it's a gentle reminder of what laundry was like before todays machines....
Its a mangle, right? When I was at camp a million years ago we used to wash our clothes and put them through the mangle to get all the excess water out. Absolutely keep it!
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