We got a lot of 1950-1960's plastic wicker stuff
in our little house.
Everywhere there's wicker, in my closet, in my
hobby room, in the lounge, in the kitchen, and
even in the bedroom.
You can say that we're a bit obsessed.
There's something special about plastic wicker.
I don't know why we're so nuts about it but it's
such a "rewarding" material, it's kitsch, it's easy
to clean, etc. I can't really put my finger on it, I
just love it.
Here's just a few of our wicker items...
Here's our latest addition to the wicker madness.
Got this planter a few weeks ago, it cost £6.
I currently use it as a fruit basket, I need a tray
in the bottom before I can use it for plants.
Oh yeah, the endless amount of wicker fruit and
We have picked up a few of these at car boot sales
over the years, I don't think we'd ever paid more
than 50 pence for any of them.
The wicker table I gave a face lift. Remember?
This one we fill with Sangria on hot summer days.
A girl can't have too many wicker handbags, well,
that's my opinion and I'm sticking to it! :))
Just one of many, many wicker handbags I own.
My hobby room is filled with these vintage wicker
sewing boxes, this one is my favorite because it's
red and white and it got the cutest clasp.
This one is favorite number two.
Picked up this wicker "bucket" at a car boot sale
for 5 pence I believe. It now serves as a flower pot.
Small multicolored wicker basket, perfect display
for yummy treats.
My wicker chair in my hobby room, gift from my
mother in law. I also got a black and white one.