Yay, it is my favorite day of the week, the day I get to share your creativity, and be inspired by you! I FINALLY had a week of catching up, on everything. I cleared out all kinds of stuff. Even gave away, (gasp) 10 pieces of free dumpster found furniture that I was just not feeling the love with. Hopefully with all of this purging, it will free my mind to create. At least my life isn’t as cluttery as it was last week!
Here are just some of the amazing things that inspired me this week.
How about some college colors? Obessesive and Creative created this fun table for a secretary at her school. She is a University of Texas fan and she built the table from scratch! Too fun and what a nice gift!
She did it again……..and since I can’t get enough of graphics on furniture, the buffet from last week? Sigh. Here is another sigh worthy and awesome tutorial from Repurposed Gems.
I love the Shabby Chic look, I love the Modern Look, I love the traditional look. I love the FREE look even more. Cassie from Primitive and Proper can do any of these styles flawlessly, and this awesome Coffee Table was FREE!!! She picked it up off the sidewalk where it was waiting for a new owner. I love all the detail, perfect for a Shabby Chic look.
Let me count the ways I love any piece of furniture with the Union Jack on it. Make it a French Style chair, and it is upholstered on, and I am over the moon. The extremely talented gal behind Do It Myself is a master upholsterer, and she shares how she made this one of kind to die for chair. I want one NOW.
This last redoux is unique. Unique that it isn’t painted, which is so nice to see sometimes. And the table itself is so unique! Dee from My Painted Stuff found this table for FREE! At first she thought it was a typical drop leaf table, but it was anything but typical. It turns, so it can be a narrow table, or go wide so it can be an 8 foot wide dining table, and it was made by a leading manufacturer of colonial style furniture, HAND MADE in the 1900’s in Boston. Now that is the find of the century!
Now it’s your turn to share your Redouxs! BE NICE and play along: #1 Please take a button and place on your post to link back to my party. You can copy and place with a hotlink back here or you can go to my Buttons page to get the code. Merci! #2 If you were featured, please feel free to take “I was a Celebre Button and display on your blog” #3 After you have linked up, please go visit my fantastic Friday Link Party friends. They all have wonderful projects linked up that you may not see here, so be sure to hop on over.
Thank you so very much for hosting this party.
Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design
Love Love that chair!! Thanks for hosting!!
That table is so beautiful! I need one that size for my gang of 7. :o) Great features and super party!
Larissa ~ Prodigal Pieces
Thanks for hosting! Wow, all your features are great, but what a find on that table, huh?!?! Amazing that it was free, but has such a history.
Have a great weekend!
Looks like another great party! Thanks for hosting. P.s. It makes me feel good when I see your stuff linked up to other parties. Makes me think “Well if its good enough for Karen…” : )
Thank you so much for the invite:) Glad you stopped by and I LOVE these features! Thanks for hosting.
Thank you for featuring my UT table. I love your party! Have a great weekend!
Thank you for hosting! Have a great weekend!
Really nice featured pics!
Especially that table find–I’m jeal~lous!
Thanks for hosting, Karen! Have an awesome weekend! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse
That unpainted table is ridiculous! What an awesome treasure.
Have a great fall weekend
Thanks for hosting!
Thanks so much for hosting. Have a great weekend.
Hi Karen, hope that you are great today. I love all of the features this week, the table – what a find, but my very favorite is the French chair, absolutely love it. Thank you for hosting, and have a great weekend.
Thanks for the link party!
Thank you for hosting, Karen. I made it in this week. 🙂 Great features.
sorry i am so late, but thank you so much for sharing my table! i was away at the country living fair all weekend. 🙂