It’s nearly impossible to photograph velvet without glare!
Can’t quite figure out WHAT this is supposed to be?!?!
And I’m actually surprised that I liked it well enough to buy it. I’m usually pretty anal about the ‘odd number decorating rule’ ; but the fact that this piece has four ‘towers’ doesn’t seem to bother me.
Maybe my eyes are more focused on the ‘neutral space’ (THREE!) between the towers, and that is why the four points seem to ‘work’. I’m not even sure if it’s supposed to BE ‘something’, or if it’s just an abstract wire sculpture. I just thought it was kinda cool looking. Any thoughts as to what I could DO with it are welcome. Of course I can always just sell it ‘as found’. Was thinking of maybe painting it a matte industrial grey??
VERY water stained little oak table that was obviously used as a plant stand by someone who habitually over watered their plants! Nothing a good sanding and some paint can’t cure though.
Wood foot stool with handle hole. Someone had carved their name into it, so it’s going to take a really GOOD sanding before I can repaint it.
Another very grubby little table. Little tables like these are always good sellers, so I buy them whenever I find them ‘at the right price’.
Soooooooooooooooooo generic!! And quite a bit of sanding to be done before I can repaint it since it has a shiney finish; but the price was right. Little night stands sell even better than little tables. New paint and replacing the wood knob with something unique will make this a whole new piece.
Vintage wire newspaper/magazine rack. A good cleaning and some spray paint is all this will need.
PAIR of night stands made from taking apart a big desk that had drawers on both sides.
Remember these? Originally the two sides of a big desk, that Michael took the top off of for me. Added new tops and new pulls to create a pair of night stands. NOW, what to do with the desk top?!?!
Rusty old legs from an enamel top table. The top is too messed up to fix, but the base is still very sturdy.
And it’s the perfect size for attaching that orphaned desk top to!! I wanted to KEEP the legs rusty, but not too many people wall rust shedding all over their floors or carpet. The fix? Clean spray paint! Wipe off any loose rust then give it a couple of good coats of a clear matte spray varnish. The varnish will ‘darken’ the rust color a bit. And it prevents the rust from shedding and hinders the corrosive process. Left untreated and the corrosion will continue to progress.
Sweet vintage vanity chair will just need to be spray painted.
Little metal mesh table looks like it was part of a nesting set as it’s ‘open’ on one side of the leg structure. Another quick spray paint project.
Rusty, shabby . . . perfect as is! And my ‘inspiration piece’ to kick-start a new spring collection in WHITE!
BIG old Lazy Susan! Do people still use these things? This one is SO big that I figure if it doesn’t sell for it’s intended purpose, that I can always use the top and add legs to make a little round table.
Ornate gold frames.
HUGE roll top bread box! Might try turning it into a mini roll top DESK!!
Sooooooooooooo, this should keep me busy for a while!