These little nightstands were found in the local thrift store and I knew they would be pretty with a new painted finish. I decided to use sea sponges to mimic the look of old Swedish furniture.
Cooler weather is around the corner! I'm getting in the mood for switching up my home decor for Fall. How about you? I
created this little vignette and hope it inspires you to add some seasonal touches in your home, too. Browse my Create A Vignette Collection and see if you want to create your own Fall vignette!
Last year, I bought several imported wool kilim and Moroccan pillows at Round Top. I carefully hand picked the ones that had the brightest colors and in good condition. However, I was not happy with how they were sewn. So, I decided to rip the back covers off and redo them myself! Now I feel confident selling them in my online shop.
Originally painted in pink, I spotted this little cabinet in a warehouse filled with French imported furniture. I knew it could be a little gem once I gave it a new painted finish in French blue with white accents.
The Modern Farmhouse trend is here to stay! Farmhouse style can vary from French Country, Rustic Southwest to Scandi Style minimalism. And using vintage furniture and decor is a big factor in creating the look you want in your home. Mixing the old with the new!
Finally, I'm back in the studio painting furniture! I've had this little pine chest for awhile. I had two of these chests because they make the perfect bedside nightstands and everyone always says they want two. I painted the pair in greys. But in this case, only one sold! So, I repainted the one that didn't sell in my favorite indigo blue colors.