So what couldn't I resist this time? Guess before clicking. A few of you will get it right.
Yay! I have been scouring eBay and vintage stores for about a year to find the perfect piece of glass for a corner created in the master bath remodel over a year ago.
Slowly I narrowed the field of choices down to genie bottles (glass decanters) because of their height and beauty. Plus I am a sucker for glass. After much clicking, I decided I preferred a decanter without dimpling or texture. In blue or green please. Amber and purple seem to be common.
Ta da! This could potentially be a Blenko. Or a no name. I don't care. It is magnificent.
Postscript: Found this piece of glass 100% ID'd over at Mid Mod Mom: a teal Blenko decanter by Winslow Anderson.
And, I'll leave you with this mid-century treasure. Walking through Old Town Fullerton last Saturday, I spotted this church. Looks mid-century to me, sixties potentially. Don't you think? I scoured the internet but, alas, no history on this lovely lady.
Check out the sign. Isn't it incredible?
I have no idea whether new or old. But First Christian Church knows how to do signs.
And when you get up close, the parishioners left a secret message buried in the mosaic tile.
Something is so satisfying about the whole mid-century modern treasure hunting process--architecture and decor. Hard to explain. But I know all of you TOTALLY get it.
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