Antique milk glass is not rare and can be inexpensive, save for serious collectors who may find themselves hard pressed to find quality milk glass pre 1930s. Some of my favorites include Fire King (bottom left) and Fenton Hobnail (top left). But you need not look far to get the look of milk glass. Take for example this ceramic bottle stopper from Anthropologie. I mean, cute right?!
Source: Luxe + Lillies
Pink is by no means my favorite color, but sometimes, on some people, in some places - pink is undeniably the best color. These kitchens would not look as fabulous without the retro fridge. I adore these fridges in all their pink glory.
Alexis Bledel looks absolutely perfect at TIFF wearing a stunning gold and black Saloni dress. Alexis is one of my all-time fav starlets; to me she can do no wrong! Here she reminds us just how good gold and black look together, and further evidence was ready for the pickin'.
Found this baby on Etsy and had to have it. You may think this is a rusted piece of junk, but this antique detergent container from the 40s is every bit as chic as the French lady it features. The maker is El Camino Petroleum Co. 1946, Los Angeles, California. I couldn't find any info on this company, which likely means it's long gone - which makes me love it even more!
Then I scored this vintage 50s Hand-i-Sift flour sifter made by Androck from a flea market back home. Good old dad bought this one for me, convinced the lady to drop the price and voila - all mine! Plus pops also bought me an old Redpath cotton sugar sack which I'll show you soon...once I'm finished doing what I'm doing with it. Stay tuned!
Here I go again. Another excuse to accessorize. But for good reason this time! I buy my lunch at work every day and this can be an expensive habit to kick. So, I figured I needed a little coaxing to make and bring my lunch to work. Enter a slim yet sizable lunch pocket that fits in your bag, and the latest (and prettiest) in lunch box accessories! Now we're talkin'!