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Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Just a quick post.

Hi all :o)  Just a very quick post as I'm a little up to my neck with loads of jobs to catch up on as I've been really busy in the garden so the housework has slipped....

After speaking to our dear daughter one of the nights she mentioned she needed a pair of bedside tables for her guest room, and as luck had it I stumbled on a pair yesterday!

And here they are :o)
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Solid pine with a white 'wash' finish

23.5" high x 16.5" deep x 20.5" wide
for only £8 each....
I had also found a pair of satin finish table lamp bases 12.5" tall x 5" base on Saturday for £1 each.
How's that then?  £18 total :o)  Just hope she likes them.
(Looks like a trip to Nottingham to deliver them coming up!)

Best wishes to all, have a great week.




6 comments:

Dan said...

£8 each?? What a bargain, and the lamps are a fantastic buy too! The tables have a lovely fresh finish. I think your daughter will like them.
Dan
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Rose H (UK) said...

Hi Dan, yes that's quite right £8 each :o)
We have 2 charity shops in the village, one is quite a lot dearer than the other. I popped into the expensive one and there they were, the manageress said she'd only put them out about five minutes before. (I reckon they were so cheap as they don't have a lot of room and wanted them gone - they sell t-shirts for more than that!)
Vicky has had a look at the blog photos and she's as pleased with them as I am - RESULT!
Have a great week
Rose H
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Kim said...

OMG they are beautiful!! What a bargaintastic find!!

George the Lad said...

Hey Auntie Rose you did well there, mom says you have upmarket charity shops lol!! how can that be. Moms just not looking in the right ones
Have a good week
See Yea George xxx

acorn hollow said...

such wonderful finds. Your daughter will be so pleased.
Cathy

The Tablescaper said...

Rose:

You always find such bargains. I wish you were closer so I could give you my wish list!

To answer your question, honey straws are merely honey sealed in a straw. It makes putting honey in your tea (or being sipped by a child) a bit neater.

It would be great to have you join us one of these Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper