Cluttered Welsh dresser
artfully arranged; but note,
dresser not from Wales.
Selected parts of our house are de-cluttered so as to make the fussy parts, like this, seem casual despite the artifice.
Well, we would say that, wouldn’t we.
Repost of photo first published March 16th 2013
Great balls of wool: storage in a fabric shop, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales
St Mary’s church, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
Two empty niches, one outside, the other inside
Both would originally have housed a statue each
Perhaps not an image like this though?
Time for a new hat? Shop displays in Narberth, Pembrokeshire
Shop window, Picton Street, Montpelier, Bristol
Painting to hide storage premises for a long-established Italian deli.
You’ll spot details from Florence, Sicily, Rome, Venice and Pisa.
Picton Street, dating from the early 1800s, is the oldest purpose-built shopping thoroughfare in Bristol.
A small display cabinet of trinkets, chosen mainly because they fitted into the spaces available.
1. Two items from a child’s railway set, a carriage and a dumper container, formerly enjoyed by our grown-up kids. Before they were grown-up, of course. Continue reading “Storage 1: trinkets”