If I had more space, I think I'd collect rickety old baby furniture.
And dolls. Don't you just want to scoop her up? She was surprisingly affordable, but I think the most appealing thing about her was the little wool jacket and that was absolutely filthy.
These ghostly ships would look great in the imaginary room I'm designing around Grandma's tiki painting.
And here's another set of the chairs that have been haunting me. We had a set on the boat when I was growing up. I'd completely and totally forgotten them until I came upon an identical pair at an estate sale and suddenly needed them back in my life. They weren't priced and I was broke that day and ever sine I've been telling myself that I should have at least found out how much they wanted for them.
This pair wasn't priced, but they were in such awful condition that I don't regret leaving them behind. (I also can't decide if these started out like the blue ones from my childhood and faded, or if they were always green.)
What I didn't resist was this quilt top for five bucks.
Big bright log cabin blocks pieced from double knit polyester... I had to buy this one because I'm loving the polyester quilt Grandma made me. Pretty cotton quilts are best, obviously, but sometimes you just need to be really super warm. I'm hoping to finish this one and keep it in the trailer.