Wouldn't it be fun to know your furniture's journey? This little piece ended up finding its way to me from the Waldorf Astoria. Would love to know how it got where it did! I gave it a new look with several pink chalk paints, gold accents and dark wax. I left the Waldorf plaque in place for proof of its glory days!
Sturdy, useful and once again beautiful this accent piece would make a fantastic addition to so many rooms!
Motivating myself to begin another pair of BIG wings.
• #MakingMondaysMore best place to start each day,love notes from my boys taped all over the mirror, diy paper mache wings and the vanity I have had since I was a little girl 😊
Almost everything in this room has been repurposed... my big rustic pink sideboard was at one point an old single piece hutch... the original owners had to cut off the top of the hutch to move it out of their house because it had been in one spot for so long the house had been renovated around it and they could no longer get it out! I love it and it stores all the kids games ( outta sight). The galvanized container on top of the hutch once was a liner inside a plant stand... now holds all the boys markers, crayons and various art supplies. The wicker hamper stores tons of Nerf guns and all their necessary bullets. The trunk once belonged to my husband's Grandfather and has traveled the world, we now use it as a coffee table and a sweet reminder of his family history.
She is done! Looking sassy and ready to make a bold statement in a lucky home! It's safe to say I'm in love 😍.... hoping she goes quickly because I'm frantically looking around my house to see where she would work 😂
Can’t get enough of these deep, saturated jewel tones! Maybe it’s the winter air, plummeting temps and the need to feel “cozied up”. Whatever it is I’m loving this custom blend of Annie Sloan’s Burgundy ❤️and Napoleonic Blue💙. Sneak Peek of a gorgeous old vanity I’m almost finished with.