Monthly Archives: March 2014

Turquoise Hutch

This turquoise hutch was originally an office cabinet. It was brown (ugly) and held my printer and office supplies. It’s a great piece, Ethan Allen and I picked it up at Goodwill. It looks so much better turquoise and lives … Continue reading

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Curbside Save

This bar cart was retrieved via curb side pickup. It was gold and pretty ugly. Now it’s silver and shiny and is used as a bed side table in the guest room.

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Abused Black Armoire

This black armoire was once used by my kids to house their TV/DVD’s. When it was returned to me it was in sad SAD shape. I could not decide what to do with it until the Restoration Hardware magazine came … Continue reading

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Waiting Patiently

This dresser has been passed down from me as a child to both of my kids. It’s been stained and painted and stained and painted. Is truly a vintage piece and now hangs out in the guest room waiting for … Continue reading

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It’s not always what you think

Take a basket. Make the opening larger. Use black electrical tape to hold it all together because it matches the basket. Buy a light kit. Ask your super hunky husband to turn it upside down and hang it.

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White Beauty

Garage sale find for $15. Painted her and the hardware. Currently residing in the guest room.

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Special Dresser

This dresser has been passed down from me as a child to both of my kids. It’s been stained and painted and stained and painted. Is truly a vintage piece and now hangs out in the guest room waiting for … Continue reading

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