Happy almost weekend! I have had a fun week of learning some new upholstery skills and a little junking thrown in! My friend Nia Sayers from Summerland Style was visiting to teach an upholstery workshop at Paris Flea Market in Livermore, CA. Nia might be coming back in the Fall to do a build and paint your own Ottoman. Something I have been wanting to learn!
Now, enough about moi, let’s see what you did this week!
It can be hard to come up with an original look for a China Hutch but Firefinish shows how to use old Pallet wood to completely change the look of an old standard.
I am loving the gold interior of these old wood bowls from Mary at Orphans with Makeup. The blue against the gold is a beautiful contrast.
I can’t get enough of this color! Sharon from Elizabeth and Company shared this gorgeous dresser in a bold shade of Coral.
This idea is so simple, yet so sweet and perfect. From Making it in the Mountains Scrap wood display for your children’s art work! It could work for a display of photos, or other memorabilia too. Love it.
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