My sister in law was here the other night and said, "Jeez, you move furniture a lot!"
She wasn't even referring to the dresser in the kitchen. I'm not sure she even noticed that one.
It's true. I've said it before. I'm a chronic rearranger.
So here's a project that I haven't blogged about, but have already replaced with something new:
This little harlequin table was a $6 goodwill find about 5 years ago. I painted the harlequin, but when we moved, it didn't make it into this house. Karen and I dug it out of a shed and I decided to use it for an end table.
I used my handy wire brush/scraper thing (find it in the paint department) to scratch off the loose paint and give it some more chippy-ness.
Then, I cut some old barnwood from Great Grandpa's barn and applied a couple coats of polycrylic to seal the chipping paint and any other yucky things.
Finally, I placed the pieces of wood across the top of the table. I didn't even secure them, because I figured that if I left them loose, I could turn them over to the red side and maybe use the table in Adam's room someday, or even change it up for the holidays, if I wanted.
And we all know I love change! So much so that I didn't really even get the table accessorized before moving it out of the way to make room for a new one that I found a couple weeks ago. It was cute while it lasted, though, right?
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