Friday, 10 May 2013

Evangelines retro JuMbLe

Hello to everyone I have made up a couple of retro corners to show you some of my jumble Hope you enjoy


Just a few odd bits of Japanese 70's pttery

Cocktail anyone?




 70's teak and pottery lamp + a couple of my paintings the  painting of the boy's called Country boy 





and last but not least  I  plonked these's
 chairs and coffee table in my lounge, they don't live there live stored in my Jumble
of a Garage waiting








Hope you enjoyed a little look at some of my retro jumble I'm so looking forward to seeing yours Cheers :)


















23 comments:

  1. Hi Evangeline, these gorgeous pics of yours need to be shared! Absolutely stunning. What you need to do is add a link to our post in your blog post (include it somewhere). Here's the link:
    http://lucyvioletvintage.blogspot.com.au/2013/05/house-proud-deux.html#links
    copy and paste it using the link button at the top of the space where you write your post. You will need to go back to edit your post to do this. The rest is easy. Just do what the link thing says to. The same thing happened to me when I started blogging, it took me ages to work out what to do! Please let me know if this helps. If you send me your email address and add our link to the body of your post, I can link it for you if you still have a problem.
    Gosh I've just read this. I am NOT good at explaining things!!!

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    1. Thanks Kylie for all your Help I'm not to good at the old computing it just tells me NO! but I'll beat it :)

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  2. Evangeline, I love those chairs! Don't put them back in the garage!!! Also, we have a vase that matches the orange, yellow and dark brown rectangular piece you have on your bar. Your other ceramic pieces are wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing photos of your home with us.

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    1. THank you for comming to share, glad you like the ceramic pieces, I love ceramic's its the colours and shapes that get you in, even a plain bit of furniture can be lifted with a little pottery

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  3. Wow, your home is just gorgeous, the colours especially - olives and teak! The legs of the lamp are awesome. Thanks for sharing your home.

    p.s.I love all things Kookaburra too, so I do like the little chap in your header :) Tam x

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, I have to agree the legs on that lamp do make it, every time I look at it I think, now! thats one nice lamp. ps I must agree kookaburra is cute :)

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  4. Hi again Evangeline, I have been out all day, just in and I see you still had trouble linking up. I have added a link back to your post on my blog so that it will be easy for people to find you (popped a couple of your photos up too, hope this is ok?)
    Thanks for joining in, you've got so much gorgeous stuff. I love it all. Especially those armchairs, I agree with Dana, they deserve to be seen, don't put them back in the shed! (please)
    x

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  5. Yes to the cocktail and no to hiding the chairs! Pleased to meet you! :)

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    1. Thanks for the warm welcome, your welcome to the Mad -mens coctail bar anytime, name your poison?:)

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  6. Hi Evangeline - I love this little glimpse into your home - especially the pottery. The colours and textures together are so vibrant. I agree with the others - keep the chairs out!

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    1. Thanks for your comment glad you like the colours. Tt was a dull morning when I took the pictures so there not to bad.:)

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  7. The styling here is really lovely! All the objects play off each other so well. I just love how it's all layered. I'm so pleased I found this little link-back. So many talented decorators!

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    1. I agree there are so many wonderful decorators and with so many beautiful ideas of design in there homes. Thanks for welcoming me and glad you like my little jumble :)

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  8. Oh wow, Evangeline, you have some beautiful things. Your pottery, the chairs and the standard lamp - all gorgeous. I've just spotted that beautiful crocheted blanket of yours in your side bar. I'm off to investigate....XX

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    1. Hi and welcome I do have a few crochet blankets but have'nt put many onto my blog. I seem to flit between craft upcycleing and whatever takes my fancy but please do come and look around :)

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  9. What a gorgeous home you have, some of your furniture takes me back to my teens. Lovely Japanese pottery ....and I see you do crochet too!

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    1. Yes I do lots of crocheting among other things I do have a soft spot for the Japanese pottery it seems to take a back seat when its so colourful and fine.
      Most of the furniture is from the 60' to the 80's thanks for your lovely comments :)

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  10. Hello...!

    Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog....I am here to have a peep at yours now....I can honestly say I am in love with those chairs at the end....I think you should let them live with you as its too far to my house....they are gorgeous gorgeous....thank you for sharing...bestest weekend wishes

    Daisy j x

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    1. Your most welcome and thank you for joining my blog I love to share Ideas and thoughts with like minded friends. The chair are for my sons home we've been collecting retro Items to refurbish it, it a concrete home from the 1970's

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  11. Hi there Evangeline! Your home looks like a retro haven!! So many wonderful pieces. I agree with Lazy Daisy Jones about the chairs and the coffee table too in the last pic - they are amazing! Great colour on the chairs. Yours prints/painting are great as is the lamp and I love the Japanese pottery Coffee pot and jug etc. They match the stool nearby! Thanks so much for joining in the link in & sharing your photos. : )

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    1. Thank your for your lovely comments and wecome to my blog. As I was telling Lazy Dazy Jones. We're collecting and refubishing my sons 1970's concrete home. will put pictures of the out side, he has the home rented at the moment so I can't show you the inside. Cheers :- )

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  12. I love your retro style. You have some interesting things. Thank you for your visit to my blog today. I hope you have a lovely week.

    blessings,
    Danielle

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    1. Your most welcome, I love visiting your blog it's so colourful and cheerful god bless :)

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