If you haven’t managed to have a look yet, do go and check out my new post on Salvage – our local vintage fabric shop which has had a few mentions so far on this blog – now it’s got a permanent home with lots of photos over at Lovely Shops.


And watch this space – tomorrow Astrid and I are visiting Cait MacLennan Whyte to take some photos of her wonderful yarn shop which she runs – on Thursdays only – from her garden studio in Herne Bay.






8 responses to “Salvage”

  1. Elaine avatar

    Hi Charlotte, I just clicked on your Honeysuckle site and realised that you’re behind the fantastic Oxfam Trailwalker site! I’m doing the walk this year in Sydney and that’s been a fantastic resource, so thanks. I’ve been following your blog for some time now and it’s absolutely delightful. So thanks for that too!

  2. lottie avatar

    Charlotte, your Lovely NZ site is just beautiful – so clean and, frankly, lovely! I’ve really been enjoying your posts – London is grey, grey grey and rain, rain rain (it was wimbledon fortnight, so of course it rained…)and they’re a great antidote.

  3. Nicky avatar

    Oh oh, I WANT those shelves!

    Your LovelyNZ site is beautiful, I’ve had a lovely time clicking through reading about all the yummy food. Can’t wait to be back on that side of the world so I can visit them all!

  4. lesley avatar

    What a great project you’ve started!

    I would love to have a rummage through all that material. Looks like a lovely shop indeed!

  5. jen avatar

    what a charming looking shop

  6. Violet & Rose avatar

    As an Aussie who spent the best two and a half years of my life in Wellington, thank you for Lovely NZ. Your photos are just beautiful and really capture the quirky kiwiana-ness of NZ. Is there such a word? And as for Salvage, when I die, I’m sure this is what heaven will look like. Or I can dream. If you don’t mind, I’d love to add a button?

  7. oldflowers4me avatar

    oh – your world is so beautiful- singing and skipping -jo

  8. Lorre avatar

    Are you at French Day at French Bay in Titirangi –
    the second one for the year is today 🙂

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