I want to thank everyone for all of your sweet comments, and encouragement, while I've been working like crazy during my busy time of year. If I seem MIA, it's because I'm busy. If I don't have a chance to reply to your comments, just know that I do read, and appreciate every one of them. If I don't leave a comment on your blog, don't assume I haven't been admiring your posts. If I seem like I'm rambling, just know that I am REALLY tired. So, this post, like my brain, is a little all over the place.
I just picked up this piece at an estate sale. What do you think of the mirror? Not sure how I feel about the whole criss-cross thing. I have another idea in mind.
This "Paris" rack was a quick project. It's a drawer front from a chest that wasn't salvageable. I just added the lettering, and distressed it a bit. There's a hanger on the back. Instant rack. I sold vintage paintbrushes at The Arboretum Sunday. I'll have more at Kane.
I embraced the rust on this next piece.
I found it like this.
I gave it a good cleaning, sealed it with matte spray, and added the lettering and numbering. Looks kinda postal now.
I just finished this chair. I gave it a funky paint treatment, and did the graphic on a plain piece of burlap. Not quite done with the tall chest behind it.
Speaking of tall, here's another piece I picked up at a garage sale last week. I snapped a pic before I loaded it up. It's a vintage medical cabinet. It has all the original crystal knobs, and the piece on top attaches at the back.
Okay, enough rambling. Time to get back to work. My next post should be less manic. Oh, seriously, what do you think of the mirror on that piece in the first photo?