Having seen on http://buttercupandroses.blogspot.com/ a collection of lovely candlesticks grouped together I thought how lovely they looked. Jennifer had spotted a similar collection on http://curlewcountry.blogspot.com/and had made up her own collection.
The glow from the candles is a lovely sight to see in the Winter months.
This is probably my favourite. My Mum bought this one for me when I had just got married.
I wonder why !!!
It worked and very quickly too.
Glass Jar Collection
The two top glass jars are my latest. The small one came from The Station Mill Antique Centre in Chipping Norton and the big one from a lovely shop called No 20 also in Chipping Norton. I have not decided what to keep in them yet as they are not fully airtight ! Any suggestions ?
It does have to be kitchen store supplies though.
The two with pasta in came from a traditional sweetie shop in Bourton On The Water.
I do have a lot more spacial glass jars in the larder.......
I love these.........I have several butter knives. A complete set of forks and knives for fish. Serving spoons and a couple of forks. A set of knives which I put out when serving cheese. They really are special to me and never ever go in the dishwasher.
Interior Design Books
I collect books, too many books. I have a nice selection of Interior Design and Garden Design books. This is just a few of the Interiors books and all of them are a feast for the eyes.
Dried Chillie Collection
I bought these last year from a local farm shop, they were fresh then and quite cheap to buy. I strung them up and hung them in the kitchen from the top of my larder cupboard and there they have stayed. I will not use them now as I like to look at them ! I adore hot food...the more chilli the better for me !
I have another little glass jar in my larder full of home grown chillies which are so easy to grow and look lovely in a pot for the patio.
Chillies In A Pot
This pot is not one that I would put on display as I do not like the plastic type, but we had no other available and hub had to get it into a bigger pot. You can see they are quite pretty plants and the chillies are lovely when there are a lot of them. They are easy to dry and then store or you can pick them, wash them and pop them in a bag and store in the frezzer.