Monday, December 14, 2009

i need your help

Here's your mission ... if you know where to buy either of these things ... then comment and let me know! I am totally clueless as to where to find them, but with your help, I am sure that we can make it happen. Also, if months from now you see one of them and think "ohh Rachel was looking for something like this" ... then please let me know. I may still be looking. Tell all of your friends to be on the look out as well!

Assignment #1 - Vintage Lockers
I am in the process of dreaming up plans for our future kitchen. I want to use vintage lockers as our pantry, but I have no idea where to find them! Got any ideas?



Assignment #2 - Metal basket
What basket right? Click here to see what I am talking about. I don't want to be too picky, but I pretty much want the basket to look just like this. A couple of musts ... deep, rounded edges, and rectangular shape. I want to use this basket for the exact same purpose - a light! Isn't it super fun? I'm in love.

Thanks for your help bloggers. I truly appreciate each of you.

4 comments:

littledeadmommy said...

Check out ebay.

Courtney said...

That's a really cool idea for the kitchen, I would have never thought of that! I'd have no clue where you'd get lockers like that though? Sneak in the local high school maybe and steal some?? lol just kidding. Good luck on your search!

Adrianna said...

The basket looks like the baskets you get to put plants in. You know the ones you line with moss and dirt and the put the plant in? You should be able to find them at lowes, walmart and home depot. I had a green rounded bottom one my plant hung in on the porch. Also the lockers, try ReStore by Habitat for Humanity. Just google the store for the site to find the nearest store closest to you.

Adrianna said...

You would probably like this

http://windhula.blogspot.com/2009/12/paperclip-chandeliers.html

Imagine how light weight it would be. All you would need is a light kit ($10 usually). You could also hang a few of them in different sizes. The tutorial to make it is only $6.50!