I think it will hold my coupons for my new venture into CVS-ing. It cost me a whopping $1.06.
Next up we have a combo of two of my favorite things...well, three actually: copper, patina, and pineapples:
I've already got the perfect spot for it picked out on my kitchen wall.Next up comes a beautiful dish which just so happens to have a shade of green in it very similar to the Tate Olive accents in our Kitchen/Family room. This plate does a good job of pulling all the colors in the room together:
It cost .76...he hee...
My home (as seen in my header pic) has a bit of an Asian feel...especially in context of all the curvy, arched Meditteranean homes that surround it...so we've incorporated that in our exterior decor. Actually a little inside as well come to think of it. I had to have this heavy pagoda styled candle holder:
This was the one I kept almost putting back. Why? Because it was the priciest item. $4.06. Then I remembered all the incredibly decorated homes and outdoor spaces I see daily here on blogland, and on RMS, etc., and decided to go for it. I've got to start somewhere right? I'm naughty.
Last, but certainly not least, is this beautiful item:
Made in Portugal...
I spotted a glimpse of my current color obsession and had to investigate. Upon nearing end cap I saw this beautiful vase filled with faux daisies. I lifted it up, checked to see if was for sale, saw the tag...$1.06...and it was made in Portugal. I told it in portuguese that it was coming home with me. I left the daisies behind so they could plop'm in another vase to make the end cap look pretty again.
How'd I do? :)