As a child I was never fond of the heavy and old furnitures that I used to see a lot at my Grandmother’s place in Kolkata, India. It used to be all bold and chunky and quite dated for it’s time. Little did I know at that time , that as a grown up I would be in love with all things vintage. It’s magical to travel in time through these vintage items , especially that tells history and stories behind.
I am grateful to have a life which helps me to live a country life in the mystic and charming countryside of WiltshireBye Bye London </strong>👋. There are a plenty of vintage and antiques shops that I have discovered in my town and around. Just enough to keep me occupied with what I like doing best.
As a stay home wife, I get to spend quality time in seeing and indulging in things that keeps me going. It could be as simple as decorating my house , painting or preparing a simple meal at home. It’s a satisfying experience that just a home cooked food can bring smile to my husband’s face when he’s back at noon from his work for a quick lunch! And in return it gives me joy in doing these little things for us.
One of the recent interests that I got involved in was checking out various Vintage and Antiques Shops in my local town in Wiltshire. Stuffs like – framed pictures that have been hand crafted & gifted in mid 20th century, wooden chairs dated back to 60’s era , some classic granny’s cook books , clay pots that look insta-gorgeous , milk-churns and many more ancient crockeries that all tell tales of the era that thrived with so much artistic memories.
I visited number of Antique shops in this Village of Wiltshire where I found many incredible stuffs and furnitures , pictures , vases , frames and mirrors etc . Definitely worth spending time in and observing little details on each of these items can make me forget the count of time.
In coming weeks I will be doing our new place in Wiltshire. And as mentioned in my earlier post , am very excited and looking forward to get super busy with making the house look pretty and cosy beautifully.
Look forward to sharing more in my later posts. I have to share my experience and share the joy in shaping it all up(the last pic is from the current look of my house which has the antique shop mirror and chair)😊
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