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Vintage Industrial Dumpster Desk

Furniture and Cabinetry Redouxs, Le Junque

  1. Linda Gomes says:

    Beautiful desk transformation! I’m looking forward to attending some classes in the fall.

  2. Patty Soriano says:

    Hey! There you are! I’ve missed ya!
    The desk looks great…. I don’t expect anything less from you though. Hope to see more soon. I love seeing your posts about dumpster finds. More, please.

    • GTC says:

      Thanks so much Patty. Been super busy with the new business, but trying to get some paint days in too! Hope all is well in Texas 🙂

      • Patty Soriano says:

        Karen, it’s hotter than “H”, “E,” “double toothpicks” !!!
        I knew it was the new business keeping you busy…. like hubby says, busier than a one-armed paper-hanger. 🙂 You GO, Girl !!

  3. Julie Scornaienchi says:

    Karen – I love how your desk turned out. I have lots of CeCe Caldwell paints and was wondering if you have a book of paint recipes….this grey is amazing!

  4. Welcome back! I enjoy your posts, both dumpster dives and transformations. Who needs a magic wand when you have a paint brush, right? How fun that you get to work for the paint company you love so much. They are lucky to have your expertise in the quality of their product. 🙂

  5. I love the walnut stain! This type of desk always sells really well for me.

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