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Fabulous chairs...and vintage grain sacks

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Look what I found on etsy, aren't they fabulous?

Note if you are a lover of burlap, I have 5 fabulous vintage grainsacks, dating from the early 1900's, arriving next week, which are gorgeous and have a picture of a stork on them.


They look great either hanging on the wall or turned into a cushion and will only be 30 euros each.


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I will be back a little later with my list 7 things that you would never guess about moi :-)

L x

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  1. Love everything in the top image. The chairs, table, and mirror are just divine. Leigh

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  2. I am so into grain sacks at the moment. I have ordered more cushions from Michelle at Petit Coterie and some material by the yard to cover a chair. I will be looking out for these cushons of yours. Can you tell us when you have them ? XXXX

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  3. Faboulous armchairs! I love grain sack and the pillow is great!
    A nice day for you!
    Vale

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  4. Gorgeous chairs, Leeann. The grain sacks are wonderful too!

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  5. You are such clever kiwi! Good on you for finding those grain sacks - not easy these days! You must be run off your feet! Get T to feed you a bit of vegemite to keep your vitamins up! See you SOOOOOON! Bisous

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  6. Oh my...we are all into grainsacks!!!!

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  7. The chairs are a fabulous find - I love anything with gilt. Your grainsacks are great and have so many possibilities.

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  8. Gorgeous chairs and those grain sacks make fabulous pillows! Cindy S.

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  9. There was another picture from Apartment Therapy I think, where they took grain sacks and covered the chairs, but it had the words on the sacks on the chair

    I wonder how comfortable they'd be

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  10. O.K send it all to me in Australia...

    :) Cate

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  11. Those chairs are amazing. Your grain sacks are gorgeous too...love the stork!
    Have a great weekend,
    Ness xx

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  12. all very delicious stuff.... sigh!....love it all

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