Sunday, September 23, 2007

One thing always leads to another!

So remember the drawers I got at Margo's barn sale? http://http://www.robolady.blogspot.com/ (scroll back to Sept 12 post - then down to the picture of the multicolored drawers)
I brought those home with no idea what I was going to do with them. I fnally decided to paint them white but still needed a place for them, so I started here. What do you think? Late 1980s or early 90s? I know it had to be around then sometime because I remember one of the boys still being in a stroller when we I bought this table at a craft fair.




I painted both white and added glass knobs to the drawers. Of course that means the stuff I had on the table before doesn't fit the same now and I haven't decided on what will eventually end up there but this is what I have for now.


Not a very good picture. I'll try to do better next time!

Michelle - do keep me posted!
Linda - wouldn't a 'stitch in' be fun!

9 comments:

Esther Sunday said...

OMG!!! Love it! You did a SUPER job. The two pieces look great together! Good goin'.... :D
Esther

TinaTx said...

Thanks Esther!

Cottage said...

Great makeover!! Love the knobs, the white and the quilt under...VERY nice!

Robolady said...

Ohhh, I love them, I want them back now :) They really look lovely in their new home. Love the glass knob touch too. Nice Job.

Robolady said...

Oh I thought of this after I hit enter. They've gone from Primitive to Cottage with just a stroke of a paintbrush.

pedalpower said...

What a great makeover!

Michelle said...

Very nice! You do great work:)

Michelle

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Oh that looks so good all painted in white! Our bedroom set is pine and I want to paint it white...but of course hubby is resistant to that idea. Someday he will come home to a white bed!! hehehehehe.

I like the idea of the drawers stacked like that. Too cool and think of all of the DMC you can put inside!!

TTYS,

Becky

judith said...

Adorable!!! It looks straight from a magazine page - I love it, wonderful idea!