Friday, 17 January 2014

flea friday: a Don Freedman-esque wall hanging

We LOVE a nice vintage wall hanging, be it tapestry, rya rug, fibre art or school maps.  So when we see a real beauty at a low price, we buy it. Real beauties are normally very expensive which is kind of lucky from a hoarding-prevention point of view... Sometimes however, a rare opportunity comes by when it's possible to snatch up a real beauty for very very cheap, which is also very lucky.

This Don Freedman-esque autumnal landscape is amongst the examples of such rare opportunities. It cost less than a cinema-ticket but gazing at it gives me more joy than most current productions in the movie theatre. I'm very happy to see it every morning as I sit up from bed.

Isn't it nice, in all of its 1970s chunky textured, hand crafted glory?

Sharing this week with A Living Space, with Sir Thrift a Lot, with We Call It Junking and with Me and My Shadow.


  1. Hello Aniko,
    I would really love to go thrifting with you. Maybe one day we can do it together. Well the wall art is not my cup of tea but I love how you get passionate about it.
    Have a lovley weekend.

  2. That is really a work of art, I love the different textures in it. Thanks so much for sharing this at my History & Home Link Party. Hope to see you again on Tuesday. Take care - Dawn @ We Call It


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