And then two come along at once. This one looks like a genuine sale, be lovely to think it stayed near it's opening price of fifty quid and didn't sail up to the thousand pound mark, but unlikely. As a bonus there you get to have a nose around that person's kitchen / diner. The other looks like a professional sale, with a buy it now price of 900, it's an ex display or a return from the store, still quite a saving on the store price.
We absolutely can't buy either of these, we'd probably not get them in the flat even to store them temporarily and we don't know where we're going next, but I thought I'd pass them on, so you can share in my good taste, and if you buy them I get a weeny commission.
When we got married we bought some [ebay=john lewis bergerac]Bergerac furniture from John Lewis[/ebay], two book cases, and I thought we'd eventually buy just this. It's very expensive, and a bit chunky, and now they discontinued it anyway. We bought a sideboard, that turned out to be a slightly different colour to the bookcases, ah well. I think we're better off with lighter furniture (lighter in colour, and in generallyless heavy feeling in sheer presence), but it's still lovely stuff. [ebay=john lewis bergerac]You might still get it here occasionally[/ebay].
House news: the one we quite liked in Black Griffin Lane is "back on the market". I don't think it ever really went off the market, but the agent told us an offer had been received, it's been rejected, might have been a very cheeky offer, was obviously too low anyway. Only have ONE place lined up to go and see tomorrow, still waiting to hear on whether the vendor's can show us one other, there's not a lot about.
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