Found Items & Future Projects

Before Images of Project Pieces

I love finding great pieces of furniture for projects. Some pieces I simply fall in love with and redo for my own home and some I sell. Here are just a few the pieces before transformation.  I will try to add links to the completed how-to guides. If you have any questions or suggestions feel free to leave a comment or send a message!  

Ethan Allan Chair Before
Pair of Ethan Allan Chairs. I plan to do a high gloss white and fun print on both for my girls rooms.
four milk jugs
Four Milk Jugs. 2 largest sold. 2 smallest left in original condition.
Matching Farmhouse wingback dining chairs
Matching Farmhouse Wingback Dining Chairs. Unfortunately, these didn't make the move; Donated to Salvation Army.
Dining set
Drexel Heritage Dining Set with 4 side chairs and 2 armchairs. I will be painting/staining the table white legs and "restoration hardware gray" top. The chairs have been painted and re-upholstered in gray.
Twin bed frame
Bassett Furniture Twin Four Poster Bed Frame. I plan to paint it off white and add upholstery to the head and foot-board for Miss D's rooms.
Dining Table
Dining Table with beautiful base. Unfortunately, didn't make the move; Donated to Salvation Army.
Turn of the Century John Stuart Highboy. Body will be white and drawers will remain original.
Sewing Table. Re-finished two-tone pink and white.
Sold Matching Pair
Chairs before
upholstered Cane Chair before
Stripped and primed white. Donated (I will post a how-to guide on stripping the upholstery)


Coffee Table base before
Donated to Salvation Army
3 Antique Doors and Rocking chair
Antique secretary desk
Lamps before - will be solar
Lamp bases. Stripped and lamp parts removed. Plan to add solar lights, but for now they are candle holders.
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I am a mother, wife, and creator of many things. Learning along the way I have undertaken many projects for my friends and family. I am a planner at heart, but when it comes to creative endeavors I find that sometimes you just have to get in there and figure it out, which means learning the hard way. Bandages and ice-packs are a staple in my home and you can almost always catch me sporting one. To learn more about me check out my About Me Page!

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