The most glorious of birds, how I love Flamingo pink. Maybe ever since Alice in Wonderland bedtime stories as a child. Too cruel for croquet. We of course had them on the lawn for our tea part last Summer.
If one had the stems á la Sarah Jessica Parker, one would have Flamingo hose too!!
What a fabulous hue.
One shall however fulfil ones needs by popping off to Rockett St.George and lusting after the most delicious Flamingo chair. It would look picture perfect in ones nest darlings.
Rather pricey but a one off!
My heart is all of a flutter.
As you all know I’m in love with the flaming wallpaper from Cole and Son but I have found some ever more fabulous.
Pass the smelling salts, one feels the vapours coming on.
Isn’t it delicious darlings?
I’m sure that some of you ladies are cool chicks, and if the retro look is for you then this sideboard will be right up your rue.
Would you like to see my etchings??
An original 1970’s sideboard, re vamped by Higher Market studio with the clever use of individually designed formica. Lucy uses formica for its durability and finish qualities. The formica has an etched flamingo motif, designed by Lucy. It has 4 drawers, the top drawer is lined with red felt and is suitable for cutlery. the handles are solid teak and hand made specifically for this piece.The cupboard has an inner shelf. Each piece is unique
1 oz. gin
1/2 oz. apricot brandy
1/2 oz. fresh lime juice
1/4 oz. grenadine
Tools: shaker, strainer
Combine all ingredients and shake with ice, strain into cocktail glass.
A pink flourish at Chez Lee
Liberacé eat your heart out!
I have cupboards filled to the brim with vintage plates and cups but have a longing for something ” re worked”
I have had my eyelashes on this designer for the longest time and this would be a welcome addition on my favourite dresser.