Friday, February 21, 2014


This three-in-one antique bench seat (I've also heard it referred to as a guest lounger) could serve a number of purposes in my universe, especially as a furnishing in any place where multiple people are obliged to sit and wait together. I also think it might work as a kind of child-safe public seating; Mum and Da can be seated on the ends with the little one tucked between them.


nightsmusic said...

I've been reading all three blogs all week after I crawl into bed at night, but I've been too tired to comment at all. Things have changed at work. I'll tell you about it later.

Anyway, you have the best antique markets but then, I've always thought that whenever I've been there. Maybe it's the almost always warm weather. Our antiques markets aren't good except for the summer months.

I'd love one of these benches and that pink glass lamp earlier in the week? Gorgeous! One on each nightstand would look great in my bedroom.

I want to know if you took the header picture here. It's (to coin an overused but in this case appropriate word...) AWESOME!

Lynn Viehl said...

E-mail me if you need to chat, pal.

My town is known for its antique shops, and we get a lot of weekenders who come to sell as well as buy, so I think they help keep the stock interesting.

I did indeed take the photo of the jet in the new header -- it was during the air show performance when I also snapped shots of the Thunderbirds.

Lynn Viehl said...

Oops -- I meant to add the link to the original air show post over on PBW. It's