I entered through the consignment area and couldn’t resist taking a pictures of these fun screen doors used to display jewelry, so I could show you. I was thinking you could hinge one of these behind the door to your room and hang jewelry on both sides of it. It would be totally out of the way!
Next I found this 1927 Singer sewing machine. It looks like the sewing machine I learned to sew on.
I was so tempted to buy it for old times sake. I think my mom still has the one I learned on so hopefully she will give it to me one day. I spent many hours sewing projects on hers for my apparel design classes when I was in college earning my first degree. This reminds me of the time my son asked me if I learned to drive on a Model T. Teehee! If he saw this he would definitely think I did!
Loved this print. Reminded me of a night out with a friend when he asked his date what she would like and she said in the most southern voice ever “well, I like you”. Ok, so you had to be there. It was funny! I might have to buy this for him…
I almost forgot…I also bought these megaphones! I thought they were perfect to put in a bookcase I am trying to fill for a client. I have been collecting things for this bookcase since Sept. I hope to soon finish it so I can show you a picture of all the fun things in it.
Here are the megaphones. Aren’t they fun? So far every male who has seen these have put them up to their mouth and tried them out!
“The Design Connector” connecting you to the people, places, and products you need to know in the Interior Design World. Written by Lisa Mende, who is an Interior Designer, Tastemaker and Brand Collaborator located in Charlotte, North Carolina.