Sunday, May 17, 2009

A old enamel KITCHEN SINK??

WELL ... Well .. .. isn't it fun to use your imagination?? If you recall my post (May 5th) I picked up this little kitchen sink in Comfort, Texas! Not sure why I had a fit and made LOML grab it before anyone else did!! BUT.. I did. LOML hung it today! Planted fern and impatients in it.. Should be beautiful in a few weeks with the fern draping and the impatients growing over the side!
Hope you all have a blessed Sunday!
Valarie

10 comments:

bj said...

I've been waiting to see what you would do with this..I decided you would plant flowers..the fern is going to look awesome in there, too.
We just don't have these kind of antiques and treasures out here that you do in East Texas. One reason we always love to come to your part of the world is shopping for all the goodies there. I have cousins that live in Tyler and Carthage that I am hoping to visit this summer..I will plan it on a First Monday at Canton, FOR SURE !!
I've never, not once, seen a sink like this around here. I think, since your part of Texas was settled before West Texas was...maybe that's the reason for less old stuff?
Have a good day...I am off to the movies with a couple of grands...
something about GHOST OF GIRLS or something....:O)

Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

I would have gone gaga over this green enamel sink as well. Love the plants you chose for it.

Laura said...

How pretty. Now I need a sink!

Everyday I am amazed at the inspiration out in blogland from blogs like yours.

Thanks,

Laura

Tootsie said...

LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT<>>>>need I say more

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

That sink is just adorable. Why can't I ever find anything like that! Very unusual...didn't you almost want it inside your home? :)
Yeah...I know...but it really is cute where it is...and you have made it the sweetest with all the little florals..

ksarra said...

How cute is that???? Love this idea, you certainly are creative. I love using vintage pieces in the garden!

Linda's Blue Gate said...

Well I know why you had a fit and had to have it cause it is freaky adorable..... the shape the bit of green..... well done you magazine girl your self..... glad you liked Tina's new door....
HUgs
Linda

Federica said...

Oh wow, what a great idea! It's so pretty! You did an excellent job.
Have a wonderful Monday!
Federica

Artsy Fartsy said...

Great ides, LOVE it to pieces!! Blessings, Janna

Tina said...

girl...I love that sink! You need to plant a few "china plates" in it...make it look like they are getting "washed"...CUTE!!

Hope to see you at Canton!!

Tina~ Cherry Hill Cottage...

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