Thursday, January 27, 2011

love...

do you ever drive by something and just fall in love!!!!
well I drive by this mail box everyday, and wish they would throw it away!!! hahaha, so I can snatch it up!


its the perfect shade of blue green...


ok, without the lock...


I think it would be perfect in an office or a shelf with some vintage lace and old handwritten letters!

11 comments:

  1. Love it too. Wish we had mailboxes like that over here.
    xo Tina

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  2. Wooooo, love this! You could write them a letter and tell them that if they ever replace it, you want this one!!!

    xxoo

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  3. THAT IS THE PERFECT MAIL BOX...the color is awesome!!!!
    Let us know if you ever find it out in the trash.
    Amy (Mom to the Four Sisters)

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  4. Now this is my kind of mailbox!

    xoxo

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  5. I love that faded green blue color. I took a picture of a door in Qatar that I loved so it is now in my header and I found a background to match perfectly. I used to change my blog look up every month but I think I will be sticking with this one for a while. Happy day to you! Tammy

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  6. I love rust too and the mailbox would be a keeper. I just have to wonder why the key, that is so sad, Char

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  7. Why don't you just go up to the door and tell them you will buy them a new one for that one! LOL! Hey, they might take you up on it.

    That's a great mailbox with a patina that can't be bought or created.

    hugs
    sissie

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  8. I can see why you love it, it's great!!! Love it!!!!

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  9. The mailbox definitely looks as though it has been there for a really long time. I like your idea for it, but I couldn't figure out why the pad lock. Have a wonderful day. A Missouri Friend.

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  10. Maybe you should take another one to trade them!!! I would love to have that mail box, it's fabulous! Couldn't find that shade of green in any paint if you tried, at least not with the rust......what a beauty....
    Hugs,
    Margaret B

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