In my last post, I shared my Top 5 tutorials according to my statistics. Today, I'm sharing my Top 5 Furniture Redesigns. Remember, click on the title to review the post.
QUIRKY CHAIR is Number 5.
I used french book pages to disguise flaws,
and add artistic flair to this chair.
Number 4, EASY CHAIR.
I only changed the frame of this piece,
but it made a difference.
At Number 3 is, FOOTSTOOL w/FRENCH TOUCH.
It started out pretty plain.
After some transferring, and paint, it had far more character.
Number 2 is, GREY WASHED STAND.
I loved how this one turned out.
Way out in front, with comments, and views, is, WEATHERED CHAIR.
The before definitely didn't thrill me.
Okay, even though it didn't make it into the Top 5, I have to re-visit this labor of love. The title of the post was THE BEFORE, cause the after was quite dramatic. Do you remember this one?
I made a top, added beading, embellishments, paint, and......I had to give it a shout out. I really put my heart into this one.
I'm off to do a little more reviewing. See ya soon.
Thrifty Decor Chick: Before and After
Miss Mustard Seed: Furniture Feature Friday
The DIY Showoff: DIY Project Parade
Funky Junk Interiors: Best of 2012
French Country Cottage: Feathered Nest Friday
The Shabby Art Boutique: Shabbilicious Friday
Common Ground: Vintage Inspiration Friday
I love love the Quirky chair. Brilliant to put the pages in there.ReplyDelete
LOVE looking back at your beautiful creations Rosemary especially that chippy chair and those pages so COOL!ReplyDelete
Your projects always turn out amazing Rosemary!! I love the chair and the little chest in the last shot!ReplyDelete
You have the magic touch when it comes to upcycling orphan furniture. Lovely transformations. Thank you for putting these reviews together. Blessings with Peace and Joy for all of 2013...ReplyDelete
Rosemary, your sense of style has amazed me since I came upon your blog! Everything is always so amazingly beautiful.ReplyDelete
Your work is top of the line lovely. Can't wait to see what you do next year! Stop over and see my best of 2012.ReplyDelete
Girl you did more than I even thought you did just in furniture alone!Lovely work Rosemary!ReplyDelete
It's so much fun to see the projects all grouped together. I love them all!ReplyDelete
Love them all! Thanks for the wonderful inspiration, and Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Great post, your creative vision is excellent and your projects are always so unique! Good for you! Looking forward to 2013!
No pressure though ;0)
All the Best,
that quirky chair is one of my faves too!! you have some of the very best "saves" in blogland!ReplyDelete
I love them all, but my favorite has to be the creative way you covered up those flaws in the chair with the french book pages.ReplyDelete
Ach Rosemary....piękne rzeczy, mogę patrzeć bez końca!!Pozdrawiam serdecznie!ReplyDelete
I love this recap of your year. These pieces are all so gorgeous I love them all, but that chair that you redid first.
When calculating your views did you consider the dates of the posts? Some of them surely should have higher views....all of your pieces are fabulous!ReplyDelete
These top picks are over the top beautiful!!ReplyDelete
I'd still have to say #5 is my #1.ReplyDelete
You are such a whirlwind of talent! There are a lot of furniture transformations I missed this year! Thank you for recapping. I love that French Stool, sometimes it is the small things that make such a big impact! Thanks as always for sharing. -KReplyDelete
Love it all--but #5 is my favorite. Love that chair!ReplyDelete
I think they are all fabulous but I agree that no. 1 is the best transformation. I just can't believe you weren't thrilled with that before. :o) Happy New Year Rosemary...AnnReplyDelete
I wanted to stop by and wish you a Happy New Year!
I LOVE that heart shaped chair! I am addicted to vintage chairs. My husband cringes every time I bring home another... that I couldn't "live without"!
Best wishes.... my friend!
See you in 2013!
Great makeovers. I love your transformations. Can't wait to see what you have in store for the new year.ReplyDelete
I love them all,you do beautiful work. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
All of the pieces are great, but the chair where you leave the book pages is just wonderful. What a great idea.ReplyDelete
I love all your projects Rosemary! Everything you do is an inspiration for me!! Happy New Year, GailReplyDelete
You do such beautiful work Rosemary on everything you do - it's like visiting a candy store for me every time I visit!ReplyDelete
Every piece is gorgeous pretty Rosemary, as I always repeat..you are one talented and sweet girl! I love the chairs and the small table and EVERYTHING!! I didn't want to not come and visit you to wish you and your beautiful family a great 2013, filled with happiness, health and prosperity.ReplyDelete
I love how you used the french book pages for flaws! Beautiful work! I'd love for you to link this up to my Best of 2012 Linky Party!ReplyDelete
Hello Rosemary, Everything you have featured here is beautiful. Love the colors and waxes you have used. Looking forward to many more. We are your newest members, would love for you to join us. Happy New Year to You!ReplyDelete
Jeannie and Linda,
of The French Hen's Nest
You are very talented - love the grey wash stand - just lovely! Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
I adore the quirky chair!!! you are a genious R. I have said it before. I mean it.ReplyDelete
LOVE that wash stand! It's absolutely beautiful!ReplyDelete
You are so beyond talented it is amazing! Every after shot is stunning! MelindaReplyDelete
I love your style! You just found yourself a new follower! I can't wait to see what you do in 2013. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Rosemary, thank you for sharing this great post on Shabbilicious Friday this week. I'm featuring you today.ReplyDelete