Buffets and china cabinets are the sweethearts of a furniture artist’s stash. They provide that big flat surface for artistic vision, and really showcase colors, textures and sheens beautifully.
If you liked the white floral dresser from last week, hopefully you’ll like the farmhouse bookshelf project I’m sharing today. They are going to be next to each other in the same room, so they are designed to coordinate without being too matchy-matchy. We got this bookshelf off Facebook Marketplace; a nice lady was […]
I have a large, but quick and easy, project to share with you today! A friend sold me this solid wood dresser in great shape for $50. Kind of the top end of what I would spend for this size dresser, but it was so clean and repair-free that I went for it. She also […]
Happy new year, Friends! I always love to take a look back at the past year of projects to see how far I’ve come and how much I’ve accomplished. I had a lot of fun walking down memory lane, assembling this post. I don’t really keep up with my Facebook Insights, so I had no […]
Merry Christmas Friends! I am writing and posting this on Christmas Eve eve, as my kids call it. After so many preparations this season, it seems like the actual day has snuck up on me. I haven’t been buying much furniture lately because I’ve had custom work or been working through my stash, but I […]
I am not a huge fan of mid-century modern furniture, but I know a lot of people are. But I will say, it has grown on me a bit more over time. I picked up this china cabinet from a gal who sold me a dresser that I transformed a while back. You can check […]
Hi Friends! Today I’ve got a really satisfying project for you. My sister-in-law was getting rid of this 3-drawer dresser, and asked me to come pick it up. It was in really great structural shape, just a bit worn out. Age and patina are good in my book, but this was not in a good […]