Saturday, 6 February 2010

COVET...To wish for Longingly.....

Hello,

I just had to share with you something......Something which I have wanted so much for a while now. The Title is a word which has been brought to my Attention by Liz..a most wonderful person who I have been most fortunate to meet through blog land! After she said that she Coveted the Giveaway prizes which made me giggle of course!!!
Anyone reading may know I have a Birdcage addiction...and you may have also seen pictures of these beautiful items in blog land already! They are stunning!
I still COVET them!!....However until I can afford it...I managed to find...
THIS

In MATALAN!!! for £25!!!
I have to say I do love the home ware range there...and the Influence range have got a range by some great designers....this is from Laurence- Llewelyn Bowen influence he has a lot of opulent Black, Mercury, sumptuous accessories, Linda barker is very similar to her website very vintage chic style, Justin and Colin are more kitschy class and Anthea turner range is very pastels and pretty prissy!
If you haven't been recently then I would def suggest taking a trip there soon as there's lots of patchwork style cushions and Lovely tableware for very reasonable prices!!!
Back soon
Annie x

25 comments:

Linda Q said...

Oh I can see why you covet them, pretty. I too have a thing for Birdcages, see my Show & Tell Friday post, see the new one I got, I couldnt resist it.
I like the one you found really well, just as pretty as the others!
Linda

bekimarie said...

I love that word.
At the moment, i'm coveting shoes (check out my blog).
I don't know what it is with bird cages but I can see why you love them so much.
Have a great weekend.

Beki xxx

RosieP said...

I can see why you love them. I was in Matalan yesterday and saw some of the Linda Barker stuff it was lovely.

RosieP x

Florence and Mary said...

These are certainly covet worthy!

Victoria xx

Lululiz said...

Covet is such a great word, lol, I don't use it often, but sometimes I just have to, when I see especially delicious goodies. Glad to hear it made you giggle.

Darn, that was a good buy in Matalan, wasn't it? It looks really good.

One day, when the light gets a bit better, I'll take some photos of the birdcage I have in the drawing room. Found it at a bootfair a couple of years ago, and love it to bits.

Jeanette said...

I agree with the others, those birdcages are covet worthy! The one you snagged is just lovely.

Purple Sparkle said...

oooh that's lovely! Matalan?! I bought a bird cage today as I've been coveting one for ages.. from the range for £9.99 - yay!

Ms B. Thrift said...

Ooh a fellow Matalan fan yey! I too love their stuff, they do great candles too!

Andi's English Attic said...

I never think about Matalan as it's not on my usual route of shops. Perhaps I should take a little diversion one day. The cage is wonderful. You must be over the moon. xx

Kissed by an Angel said...

I can see why you are coveting!!! good spot in Matalan though!!
xxxx

Croap Queen said...

You covet away, they're worth it!

Hmm, feel a trip to Matalan coming on.
Jo

silk purse said...

Just back from my 'blog nap'; thanks for visiting a little while ago sweetie!.., Love those bird cages; glad you were able to find this one!..,It's simply fab!..,

Cheers from Wanda Lee @ The Plumed Pen

VintageWantsNotNeeds said...

Hi Annie

Great find, can join your other covetted items!!!
Debbie

coco rose said...

Ahhh I have those at the top of my wish list too! They are gorgeous. I often stare at them all dreamily, but a tad pricey, so will stay on the wish list for a while longer! The Matalan one is fantastic though! I went to Matalan the other week and there was nothing there. Sometimes its amazing and other times a disappointment. But will have to trek out again and see if those babies are in store! Thanks for sharing the info! Have a fab day! xxx

Shabby Chick said...

Oh I LOVE those mirrors too, I think there's a picture somewhere on my blog from when I was ogling a bit of housey eye candy one day! That Matalan one is lovely though, we have one here but I haven't been in years, must check it out.

Mel xxx

CIELO said...

Totally love that bird cage mirrow with the little bird.... Where did you find such treasure???

May the sound of happy music and the lilt of laughter fill your heart with gladness...

Cielo

Cally's Cottage said...

Lovely mirror!I am doing the Dottie Angel challenge so am not buying from the high street at the mo,but when I did I always seemed to find pretty and unusual things in TKMax,I did see a very pretty birdcage in there once too....
Enjoy your purchase!
Warm Wishes,
Cally x

GWENDOLYN said...

I have never seen mirrors such as these. They are lovely and quite charming!
Blessings!
Gwen

Vintage Amethyst said...

Oh lovely.
I'm having a *Pink Giveaway* over on my blog ~ it's the last day today so pop along if you want to enter.
Have a lovely Valentines Weekend
love
Alison
x

Duchess of Tea said...

Darling, wishing you a lovely weekend and a love filled Valentine’s Day.

Love & Hugs
Duchess

Kelly said...

Matalan rocks! I always find fab stuff in there!

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