I began working on this one drawer stand, right after I finished the chest from my last post. I wanted to share the variation in placement of the lace design.
Here is the before. A $15 garage sale find.
I gave it the same paint treatment as the chest, but I put the lace design on the drawer. I also switched out the hardware. I actually had a knob that matched the medallion. The little prism is just an added touch.
Though not the same style, using the same basic design makes it a nice compliment to the chest.
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Wow. this is beautiful I am looking at your work in the sidebar. It all looks so stunning!ReplyDelete
Isn't it amazing what a little prism will do - love that touch. Also, I like how the lace pattern ties these two different pieces together.ReplyDelete
The lace patterns are beautiful on both pieces. Love the touch with the prism!ReplyDelete
Another great piece.ReplyDelete
Just beautiful. You have such a wonderfully unique romantic style!ReplyDelete
How beautiful! What a transformation. Love the lace design with the white.ReplyDelete
Love the lace touches! They just keep getting better!ReplyDelete
Unique and absolutely beautiful! :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous! The lace really adds such elegance to the pieces. Love it!ReplyDelete
love it!! as a little stand for a lamp, it's better to be able to see the lace pattern because whatever is on top will cover up most of the pattern..this is perfect..ReplyDelete
I am a bit behind on reading your posts. This is beautiful! I'm off to read the post on the chest!ReplyDelete
I love furniture with details, so I love how you added the lace and knob along with the medallion already there to make this a unqiue piece!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for visiting my blog the other day, and have a great weekend!
lookin great thereReplyDelete
i want that little white french chest
i have shopped resale shops here all summer of course I live in a dead zone for goodies
that lace hits the spot
Just so VERY lovely...and inspirational Ms Rosemary!!ReplyDelete
Oh wow, both pieces are beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for popping by, I love your furniture techniques, I too paint and experiment with paint and gesso. One technique I'll share with you, maybe you have tried it before, but when I want to naturally crackle a piece, I slather on the paint heavy in a mish mash of directions, then I move a hot hair dryer over it, the thicker areas will crackle naturally, but you have to do each side lying flat or the thick paint will run, but it gives a great look to the pieces! If I can find one of my examples, I'll email it to you...can you have too much fun in this biz...didn't think so, LOL!!!ReplyDelete
wow, great transformation!ReplyDelete
thanks for stopping by and commenting on my old crate turned coffee table - i really appreciate it!
Hi Rosemary, I awarded you a "Butterfly Award" - please pop over to my blog to see your award! I love your blog and appreciate your comments on mine! :)ReplyDelete
p.s. I love the lace idea and have used it myself - thanks for the inspiration!
Fabuloso as always! You just keep getting better and better. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
That is a great find for $15. i think the lace is a nice touch, I haven't seen that before. Lovely. LyndaReplyDelete
You are a very talented lady, and your thrift finds are fantastic. I am now a follower of your blog. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! The medallion goes perfectly as well.ReplyDelete
I'm your newest fan! :)
Don't ya just love a find like you have? I'm going to follow you and hope you follow me. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Very nice redo job!ReplyDelete
I love how you continually step it up with your furniture designs! It's another stunning piece!ReplyDelete
this is one of my favorite of all the lacy pieces! love the simple lace design on the drawer!ReplyDelete
Oh, I love the lace design! It is a beautiful piece! Great job.ReplyDelete
i so love this! fabulous!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful. I love the lace. I would love to try something like this. I just would not know where to start. New follower from the Creative bloggers hop. Hope you stop by for a visit. http://grandmabonniescloset.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete