Hello, just popping in to say how much I've loved seeing all the lovely Easter decorations and lovely flowers around blog land recently. The tulips are still looking cheerful in the garden, though they're getting a bit battered with the rain showers. I love these wonderful parrot types, they make me think of old Dutch paintings
Also been picking the first rhubarb of the season. It's such a beautiful pale pink when it's been blanched. What could be nicer than home made crumble :)
I haven't had time for any crafty-ness this week. Hubby's got some time off and we decided to tackle the little cloakroom that has sat un-decorated and very un-loved for years. It's long and thin and we always intended to install a shower at one end, but just never got round to it! I decided we don't really need another shower, but we could really do with more storage space so that end is going to be filled with shelves and drawers. Anyway, I've spent the week visiting all the bathroom and plumbing places looking for slim basins and trying to find design inspiration! Now comes the messy bit of taking out the old loo and basin and knocking down some of the wall in the arched bit.
Do you like the rather groovy basin? Apparently it was designed for the Barbican development in the 1960's and won a design award. I'm not sure what to do with it (and matching pink loo). I wonder if anyone would want it if I put it on e-bay?
Bye for now