Ann Wilkin's enthusiasm for auctions and markets really
shows in this luscious, leafy home brimming with treasures.
Ann refers to a fondness for finding bric-a-brac while her husband
calls it junk (cheeky)! And then there are staff at some auctions who tell Ann they "prefer to call it object d'art." Well whatever you call it, it all comes together in an intriguing and wonderful display of Ann's very personal style.
|Just opening a draw in this home unearths a gorgeous nest of collectables!|
Paintings of French costume designs from the 1920s hang above
a collection of fountain pens, inkwells and personal photos.
The bird paintings here are by Australian painter Neville Cayley who illustrated
the classic reference book "What Bird is That?" Amongst the lovely Australian
birdlife are gifts from friends and pictures that Ann took a liking to at auction.
|Thankyou so much for sharing your gorgeous home and your lovely stories with us Ann!|