Orange Easter

As most of you know, I told you all about Mudgee in this week of guest blogging recently. We took advantage of the extra long weekend - and it was a treat to be back there again so soon. I ended up helping my sister Hannah by working at the Logan Tasting Room for a few days, which was fun (I find the public are generally so charming when chatting about wine). As a fellow collector, Hannah always has something new in her home for me to check out, and I wanted to share her new collection of plates with you. Anthropologie (possibly the best shop ever) has collaborated with UK artist Lou Rota who used decoupage and collage to create the Natural World Dessert Plates. They are just too precious for the kitchen cupboard, and definitely deserve a wall space, don't you think?


  1. I drive past Logan Wines every time I head home from Mudgee (I arrive there via Lue). I'd love to pop in for a visit minus my little cherubs. I've heard such lovely things about it and their wines really are the cream of the crop. Gorgeous plates! x

  2. Really lovely ... and it sounds like a fun weekend !!!

  3. I love finding out about new places and new ways of looking at some of our old treasures. But what I love most, is how creative people can be when putting things together - it is always fun to see different interpretations:):)

    Thanks for sharing...
    Olga from http://revedoa@blogspot.com

  4. Oh you lucky thing. I am from Mudgee and worked for the local rag, The Mudgee Guardian, for years, back in the day of fabulously extravagant wine festival art parties and the like. It's not quite the same now, well, I don't think so, but still has plenty of charm. My partner and I have been missing it this week. We miss it each and every autumn since moving to the coast. It's certainly a charmer of a season out that way.


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