$50 coffee/tea table – Duncan Phyfe style Stylist Notes: Find out Dimensions Looks to be in great condition Very attractive piece that could coordinate well with Eclectic, Modern, Traditional, Transitional, and Vintage styles Would work in a small space as a coffee table Would also be great as a side table or accent table
$80 Upholstered Bench/Settee Stylist Notes: Great price and great transitional look Find out measurements and condition (like if from a smoke-free/pet free home) Would work well in an entryway (depending on size), as a dining table bench, at the foot of a bed or in a sitting area/living room space
Roll Top Desk/Dresser. Stylist Notes: Seems to be in excellent shape. Could also be used in a guest room, entryway or family/living room.
2 Straight Wood CHAIRS. Stylist Notes: Great Bamboo style chairs Re-finishing/re-upholstering not necessary Could be used in a “table for two” dining scenario, accent chairs in a living/family room or matching office chairs
Along with my newly striped dining room (photos next week), I also re-painted our family room and I love the results! Originally, I had painted the room a shade of green that was nice, but I picked a shade that was a little too dark for my taste and the size of the room….
I am super excited that one of my summer project goals is complete!! If you are just tuning in, M4 is our “Mini Master Bath Mini Makeover.” Our Master bathroom is around 29 square feet, which is what I consider “mini.” There had been some mold issues because of how tiny it is and also…
Based on the previous post about industrial style windows, I gave myself the mission to find smaller spaces that could give off the same feelings of bliss, casual conversation and croissants, all the while using the elements and principles of light, shape, and nature. It was a task indeed, but I have rounded up some…
It is so tragic to me when a small space is dwarfed even more by overstuffed furniture. Sure, that huge sofa might be comfy, but being cramped in your living space is probably not worth it. Preparation is key!