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Indoor/Outdoor

Indoor/Outdoor
Gorgeous things for your favourite space

ROSE HARVEST ANTIQUES HOMEWARES AND GARDEN STORE - MILDURA

Welcome to Rose Harvest,this site is updated regularly with photos and information about new stock,specials,daily happenings and favourite things.Feel free to browse through our post archive,just click on "older posts" at the end of each page,or "blog archive" on the lower right hand side. Our contact details are phone 0350211757 at 85 Langtree Avenue Mildura if there is anything we can help you with, cheers from Sue,Linda and Jodie,Vikki,Cheryl and Suzie







Monday, November 30, 2009

New bits






Just a few more newly arrived bits and pieces. The enamelled birds pictured are drawer or door handles,how clever!

Sunday, November 29, 2009

More Lamps



You could be forgiven for thinking we have become a lighting shop at the moment, we have so many !! These are some more new arrivals.



Saturday, November 28, 2009

Feathered friends







These very Christmassy white peacocks look very regal on our newly acquired 1920's painted sideboard.Its a lovely carved and detailed piece , and would fit well in a dining area,bathroom or bedroom.

New lamps




These are just a few of the new lamps in stock.Some of them are quite quirky and would be a definite feature in a room. The black hanging light pictured, is completely made from glass,and is in the style of the art nouveau era. The very colourful hanging one is also made from glass. It is huge ( and heavy) and quite different from any we have ever stocked before. I love the other two also,the squat crystal look lamp is stunning and also comes in a smaller version,and the taller black and crystal lamp is a work of art the way it has been so cleverly designed.






Victorian vases



These two magnificent Victorian mantel vases are hand painted with bluebirds,quite different from the usual roses or floral designs.

November rain


The continued rain is so welcome and I am sure is lifting everyones spirits to see green grass and healthier gardens everywhere. It was a busy day tidying up here after the storm,having a store in an old house certainly has its advantages, but the amount of cleaning and picking up debris everywhere can wear thin at times !!

Meanwhile inside, new pieces are slowly making their way into the shop after things being too hectic to get organised properly during the week. This little French chair is an original 1920's,the paint is a little bit chipped, but is easily touched up if a more perfect finish is preferred.I am unable to load any other photos tonight as my internet is on "go slow" ( reached its limit this month ) so will try to post some more over the next few days if things improve !

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Outside in the rain











It was a great opportunity for taking photos yesterday with the temperature dropping to a lovely 23 and rain falling most of the day, as you can see in the photo of the rain gauges that are getting some good use these last few weeks.We have had some fantastic hand forged iron work pieces arrive and they are all so interesting. I especially love the barbed wire tree that is so Christmassy, but a great feature for the garden or courtyard ( indoors in the right house?) all year long.









































































































































































































































































Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Books and buttons
















Some classic authors are featured amongst these old titles,Dickens,Longfellow and Tennyson,and a super sized early Websters dictionary.( Displaying these on your bookshelf will look very impressive) This fantastic old box of buttons is as found,no doubt someones very enthusiastic saving of buttons rescued from discarded clothing over many years.There are some really interesting ones amongst them all. The old hem measuring stick, crochet cottons and beaded pieces of fabric have all come from the same estate,and paint a little bit of the picture of the person who once owned them.





























Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Updates


























I have been away from the computer for a few days doing some buying,so will have new photos to post over the next week. These are some very cute new stone creations that are quite "seasonal",everything is starting to look very Christmassy here,pine cones are still an old favourite for a rustic decorating touch.