My first pieces in my new space:
Driving through our adorable little town square I saw a shirt at a boutique and I had to come home and paint the saying on a sign. I love it! Fortunately for you I do not have any wall space left, so you can head on over to Rescue Me and buy it for your very own.
Below is a sampling of items I have had there over the past year. They are all sold, but show the variety of items I bring into the store.
Green Drexel dresser with black hardware and a secret compartment.
I made several of these furry stools, they were a hit. We loved them so much here at my house we covered our piano bench in fur too.
My set-up, thanks once again to Linda Luce, before I moved.
I love an old typewriter. I also, had an Underwood, but it only lasted a minute.
Fixer Upper inspired coffee table/trunk.
This came from my kitchen. I loved it for two years and then said good-bye to red accessories.
These sewing machine drawers were in my booth for months and did not sell, so I brought them home and made an organizer out of them. They too did not last long.
I got these beauties in a trade. They are Lane end tables that I painted Benjamin Moore Coventry Gray and white drawers.
It has been a blast to turn trash (sometimes literally) to treasure. When I was little my mother took me to yard sales, flea markets and antique stores, which helped me develop a love and eye for beauty...especially beauty in the rough.
Come visit me on the square at Rescue Me Market in Thomaston, Georgia.