Anywho, so far so good, apart from the sofa supposedly from the 1850s not fitting through the door, the delivery guy and my man insisted it would not fit and we would have to sell it on, as it had been stored in a showroom and apparently lots of people had been asking to buy it!
Now growing up I always helped my Mum with anything to do with the house - getting ball and claw baths up stairs that bug burly men say will not fit, so I told the two gents to carry it round to the back of the house and inspected the bolts, which we then proceeded to loosen with the help with some WD40! And by jove it came apart and when perfectly back together, so in short I am so stubborn I do not take no for an answer.
So until I get chance to take some proper photos here's some instagram snaps!
The sofa in question, it is positively dreamy ain't gonna lie.
Ooh nice legs
This is our second sofa, every house needs two right? It is a gorgeous dusty pink and incredibly comfortable.
Got the man his own gentlemanly cushion from timberps, fricking love his stuff!
Adore the kraken cushion and the nautical one is from ikea - I have sinned aha
Skeleton toile de jouey cushion cover.
These dresses are currently acting as curtains, I am saving up for some dusty pink velvet or maybe some raw silk to make curtains.
Charity shop cherub lamp only cost £5!
Victorian fireplace in our bedroom, not so original tiles.
The garden comes with an ivy archway! I've already planted a climbing rose next to is as I have visions of roses all cascading over it.
You know I love a lobster, this is a plate tray from matalan of all places!
I have so much to do but will be catching up on all your gorgeous goings on.