My Watchlists

I’m sharing a few things that I’ve liked, or am watching, on Ebay and Etsy. It’s fun for me to see what’s available and think about how to use items to make our home pretty and cozy. 

Wool rug in Joan’s kitchen. Inspiration from For the Love of a House.

Vintage Turkish rug on eBay here. Would work in our kitchen. Darn – I just realized the price jumped up 66% within the last day!

Ha! Wait, did I just find the exact same rug on Etsy for 1/3 the price?! Here.

Another old rug that would work in our kitchen. Found on eBay here.

To add to my collection of antique English Staffordshire transferware. Here.

A serving platter for my collection, here.

Blue platter inspiration from Tessa Foley.

Platter inspiration from HGTV.

More antique blue & white platters.

One more antique plate/platter inspiration.

Wow – The ultimate collection!

Ok last example of an antique plate. Cathy Kincaid.

A pretty Kantha quilt here.

Quilt & pattern combo inspiration found on Pinterest.

More Indian quilt inspiration from Tessa Foley.

A lightweight Dohar blanket, on eBay here.

Here is newborn baby George in his Dohar from Courtney Barton.

(Courtney Barton collection is here.)

A small antique English gateleg table on eBay here. Would be pretty as a library table, coffee table, or side table, like this:

Another example of how to use such a table. Cathy Kincaid.

An antique pine chest with chipped blue paint on eBay here with international shipping. Ok, shipping costs more than the chest from the UK, but it’s still not terrible! Might be handy at the end of a bed, like this:



A large antique ironstone cake stand, ships from The Netherlands, on Etsy here.

A beautiful scalloped bowl, here.

An antique ironstone pudding mold with corn pattern – perfect for someone’s collection here in corn farming country. 🙂 On Etsy here.

Something as simple as a few ironstone plates can be so pretty on a wall:

Vintage faux bamboo wall hooks, here. Would be handy just about anywhere in our house!

Similar inspiration from Pinterest.

An antique French coffee cup and saucer, here. Would also be a sweet gift.

Ok, enough for now. I’m signing off for the night!








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