Posts Tagged ‘midwinter’

I love vintage but I don’t love baking

As The Great British Bake Off starts tonight, I have a confession to make. I love vintage but I don’t bake. And what’s more, I don’t want to! There I’ve said it! In recent years it feels like to be into the vintage scene you have to have a small obsession with baking and cake. […] Read more…

Nature study

Being a collector is a wonderful thing. Finding that valuable item that when purchased was just an anonymous yet interesting piece. Being a seller of collectables  is even more wonderful. Emersing yourself in history, and items of interest can be a real eye opener…even when you don’t expect it. And sometimes without knowing it, you find […] Read more…

Didn’t we have a lovely time….

Here is our latest article for Vintage Life magazine all about vintage picnics and outdoor dining. The good old street party even gets a mention. Didn’t we have a lovely time……. the day we went to the beach, the park or simply parked up by the side of a field. In days gone by, when […] Read more…

Egg-cellent ideas!

With Easter just over a week away, Your Vintage Life has turned its head to thoughts of eggs……chocolate ones, dippy soldier ones and with our new chickens arriving over the weekend it’s time to get our bonnets on and think of vintage pressies! Start the day with a hand painted egg and toasted soldiers. We shared […] Read more…

A heavenly breakfast

Flicking through some 1960’s wedding magazines, researching some amazing images of vintage brides for our new range….we came across the most fabulous adverts. As a bride in the late 60s you were enticed with images of home wares to add to your wedding list. We found this one in Bride and Home magazine from 1969. […] Read more…

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