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18 January 2015


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What fun to go exploring in an attic! The picnic basket caught my eye, but I have to save my favorite is that painting in the last pic. Beautiful picture and frame!

Will look forward to pictures of your finished project.


Love to take a retreat in a tiny house especially one decorated by you Corey, trouble is I may never want to leave.

Attics are the best museums..oooh, that painting & frame is a beauty. Man, I sure would love to retreat there surrounded by history! :)

Oh!, Oh!...lucky duck!

Lucky you. It is like a dream come true for a junk addict to find a treasure trove such as this. Yippee!

The tiny house sounds and already looks like the perfect retreat as far as I'm concerned!

And I get to stay there! Ooo la la, I love the painting and baskets and that great iron jug and and and... I hope they're going in the little house. Can't wait to see it, Corey. What a great job you're doing.

I am getting JunkDrunk just reading this! How wonderful! Yes, yes, A stay in that Tiny House would be a pleasure, as it would to stay in your apartment in Paris!
Have a wonderful time!

Oh Corey! Wow! Is that Toile in the background of one of those photos? And the painting? Oh my! what is that round thingy in the 3rd to last pic? I would pay to come see this! You could do tours!!!!

Yes!! I want to stay there . . . For a very long time! Tell me how . . . Is it for rent by weeks or months?

OMG! I am drunk with what you are finding....amazing!!! Wish I was there with you! Such treasures! Love your post and your findings. So much fun you bring in your post.

you are living my most favourite dream!

That smile says it all Corey! Sooo envious! When we bought our old house here in Malta, sadly the cellar had been blocked up, stuffed full of rubble and cemented over, our builder doing the restoration said. Beyond retrieval. But, sadly, we also salvaged nothing of note in our place - just a single door remained the place was in such a state. Now, if I ever move to France....:) I can sense your excitement at that cellar - as if it were my own!

Yes please !

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