One night on my way home from grabbing some drinks with friends, I come across this gorgeous piece of furniture on the side of the road. I immediately brake, and get out of the car to see it. The drawers looked to have been gnawed on by a dog or something, and were pretty rough. I thought free is free, and I could fix it. So what did I do? I called my friend Angelina who was a few minutes behind me, and asked her to help me load it up. Click below to read more:
Sometimes it takes me a while to come up with a catchy/clever name for my blog post, but this time around it came to me pretty quickly. I completed a custom order desk for a young girl in high school. She reminded me a lot of myself- organized, school oriented, diligent, and above all she knew what she wanted. I met with her and her mother to see and consult over the desk. It was the young girls great great great grandfather’s (I’m pretty sure that is correct), and it had been sitting in the basement for 17 years. The young girls parents had planned on doing it, but life happens, and it never got done! The desk was in rough shape to say the least. Click below to read more!
So my mother has had my great grandmother’s picture frames in the shed for as long as I can remember. When I moved into my first house I took them with me, trying to figure out what to do with them, but instead they stayed in my basement. When I moved to my new place, and saw the master bathroom with double vanity sink, I knew instantly I would transform the old frames into matching mirrors for the his and hers sink.
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