We found all of the items in the above photo this Saturday and the bright colors really reflect the bright sunny weather here in Dallas this weekend. I also picked up some clothes - shorts and corduroy pants - I'm wearing the shorts today, but I imagine the cords will make an appearance before too long (Texas weather!). Anyhoo, the mushroom (it's a little container - the cap pops off!) is all mine!! I thought he would complement our mushroom-centric Christmas decorations quite nicely, but I think he may be more of a year-round kind of mushroom. The enamel Reed and Barton bowl is something I picked up for my brother-in-law - my sister started collecting them years ago but lately my bro-in-law has really gotten into it. They have an amazing collection, not just of the bowls but also the mod paisley, rectangle, and triangular dishes. I suspect they already have this one and I bet my bro-in-law is going to sell it and use the profits to buy something more exciting - can't wait to see what he scores! The green plastic desk caddy caught my eye and it is marked West Germany on the bottom. I always love enamel pieces, and C spotted this little Turkish coffee pot. I scored the ash trays on a solo thrift store run - I hadn't seen them before, but the second I spotted them I knew they were interesting. I quickly learned they were designed by the famous Japanese designer Isamu Kenmochi . Thrifting certainly provides excellent learning opportunities!
Did you find anything fun this weekend?