Well, hello there, and welcome back to Fridays at Home. I forced myself to get out of the house this morning because I’ve been cooped up a lot this week. I had to run a couple of errands, and while I was out, it started raining so hard, I couldn’t see to drive. Luckily, I was near The Tattered Suitcase, one of my favorite vintage/thrift shops. They were having a great sale, but alas…this girl is broke. Here are just a few things I loved this rainy morning:
These buttons (though I couldn't get a good closeup) were beautiful, and the packaging appeared to be from the late 20s, early 30s. Beautiful.
The way these records were displayed was fantastic, and I found myself wanting some for my bookshelves. I love the patina of the thin record covers.
Ever since I began filling my bookshelves, I have wanted more graphic covers, and I loved Betty and Veronica when I was younger. These would even look great framed.
You may have noticed I have a slight obsession with this green-blue color, and this was with a bunch of other fishing gear. I LOVE it.
My other obsession? Letters. As with last week's finds, I am so drawn to letters. These old printing stamps looked great just in a bowl.
The piece de resistance. This is a two-panel room screen made from canvas with a harbor scene printed on it. If only it weren't $250... this would look great in my front bedroom.
See anything you like? What treasures have you found lately? Stay tuned. Next week I hope to show you some of my finds in their natural habitat: my home. 🙂 Happy Friday!