The Toastmaster is from a local antique shop, but it was only $25 and works perfectly. Vintage toasters are so much prettier than modern ones! It seems that you can find a reasonably priced, working vintage one for half the price of a modern reproduction. I've been on the lookout for one of these for a while, but it's one of those things I wanted to find in person instead of ordering online. It's more satisfying.
We already have a similar set of wooden bowls (they're great for salads) but it's nice to have more because they're so pretty. The fabric is actually vintage valences-- I'm not sure yet if I'm going to use them or turn them into pillows.
Melmac dishes and a ceramic bowl. I don't know much about the bowl except that it says "Porto Alegre Made in Portugal"
Adelaide was a thrifting find from my mom. I'd never heard of it before but now I love it-- I've already read it to Oliver several times.
It's obviously really tempting to buy lots of stuff for the new house, but we're trying to keep a lid on it. We allowed ourselves to splurge on the pink stove, but that's all! It was actually a really good deal for $350. I know you've already seen it if you follow me on Instagram but oh man, that stove. We started stalking craigslist looking for a vintage stove but I had no idea an actual pink one would pop up. Pink! And it's in awesome condition.. we need to clean it and fix the light, but that's all. And this is why I love Jeremy: when I sent him the link to the post I expected him to balk at the pinkness of it all but he said, "Email them right now we have to have this." Yes!