Respectable Receptacles

beautiful things to put other things in

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This is a lovely little green glass jug, I got as a present from Rachel, she found it in a charity shop. It’s so dainty, I don’t know what it’s original purpose was but it’s a perfect size for watering small plants!

This is a lovely little green glass jug, I got as a present from Rachel, she found it in a charity shop. It’s so dainty, I don’t know what it’s original purpose was but it’s a perfect size for watering small plants!

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I love this vase, it’s from Habitat and a friend bought it for me. It’s actually the most useless vase as it’s only got a tiny hole, so you can only fit one flower in it, but I love it anyway. It has such a nice, organic shape and texture, it looks like a seed pod.

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This is my recipe box, where I keep all my cuttings from food magazines of lovely food things that I’ll  probably never make!

This is my recipe box, where I keep all my cuttings from food magazines of lovely food things that I’ll  probably never make!

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This is really cool, it’s Tobin’s grandad’s old trunk that travelled to India with him before the war, it’s got his name written on it, with the message ‘wanted on voyage’. We use it as a kind of coffee table now and inside Tobin keeps lots of audio cables and stuff.

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I’m not entirely sure what this receptacle is for, Tobin thought it might be for making a rice mound, or maybe a butter dish, who knows! It was another present from my mum, we found it in my favourite shop - Anthropologie. It’s amazing in there, a receptacle heaven!

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This is a lovely wooden bowl that Tobin (my boyfriend) and I got for Christmas. I particulary like the detail of the wood. It is also a practical receptacle, very good for putting stuff in, like screws, buttons and keyrings!