I had one trip the charity shops on the way home, and came home with all of this (plus a dress, that was in the wash!),
My mum's friend gave me her copies of the Terence Conran House Books ages ago and I sent them to the charity shop when I moved house. Which I regretted. They have amazing retro interiors photos in. I bought an edition of The House Book for £1 from the library book sale, then picked up an earlier edition, and a copy of Plants at Home second hand online too.
Terence Conran's The House Books, and Plants at Home, £1 from library book sale, and about £3 each online.
You can't tell from this photo, but this is a stack of 5 (FIVE!) Kiln Craft Baccus plates. Which is my absolute favourite make and design of 1970's plates. I couldn't resist them!
Kiln Craft Baccus plates, £2.50, local Air Ambulance charity shop.
This Hornsea Saffron pepper shaker pot came with an extra special free gift, a load of gross old white pepper in the bottom!
Hornsea Saffron pepper pot, 50p, local Air Ambulance charity shop.
I'll admit I can't remember when or where I bought this, but it was definitely from a charity shop, and it's super cute. The pale blue bits of glaze are raised so it's lovely and texture-y.
Plant pot, can't have been more than a pound, from one of the local charity shops!
Have you had any luck in the charity shops lately?
P.S. Check out my other charity shop posts for more!