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Hope that you are all having a fabulous week. Mine has been a busy one and is set to get busier, if that is possible.

I recently bought a fabulous French cabinet which I am planning on using in one of the bedrooms of the apartment and it has the same wallpaper on the inside that I have used in one of the apartments.

The plan is to add a couple of additional shelves an then use it to display old perfume bottles, hence the image above is most inspirational for me today.

Just need to find some now, a demain....

L x


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  1. Oh. French Cabinet????
    You will have to take a photo and show off. I want a French Cabinet.
    If I go and stay with you, I won't be coming home.(lol)

    Have a wonderful day!
    Julie xx

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  2. what afabulous idea, I am sure it will look great! We need to see this when you have it in place.

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  3. Sounds a wonderful idea - so love perfume and vintage perfume bottles too... looking forward to seeing it all in situ at a later date. x

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  4. Sounds like the perfect excuse to go treasure hunting! Wish I could join you. xx

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  6. You find the nicest things! And I love that French phrase "It's not your onions!" : )

    Have a nice weekend.

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  7. Sounds like a great idea, love your inspiration pic.

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