If you are a regular reader of this blog, you might well wonder how there could be anything left for me to take from my mom and dad's house. I have shown you so many vintage dishes, collectibles and larger pieces that my parents have given me over the past few years.
But yes, there's one more piece. My mom had this vintage laundry stand (drying rack?) tucked away in the basement. She really likes it and she was hoping to find a place to display it. Unfortunately for her, and fortunately for me, she never did find an appropriate spot.
Truth is, I'm not sure I have an appropriate spot either. For now, I have deposited this antique piece in our main floor hallway. There is a rare bare spot next to the stairs. Since I placed it there, it has unintentionally become a temporary resting spot for the various items that need to go back down to the basement (the stairs to which are right next to the vintage laundry stand).
I started to clear it off for the picture and then I thought I'd just be honest about it. So, have a look at one of the many piles of magazines in our house. Oh, and some random soccer shoes that don't fit anymore.
Just to give you a look at the shape of the piece, here is the laundry stand without those lovely embellishments.
What do you think I should do with this puppy?
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