Fawn-Hide Wallpaper and a Tucked Away European Cafe
One of my absolute favorite things about living in Europe, was visiting quaint, little cafes in Germany and France. There is somet...
Bar repurposed from $10 craigslist entertainment center. Annie Sloan chalk paint in Duck Egg blue and Old White with dark wax and distressing. I added chicken wire instead of glass doors and built in bead boards for the backing and a wine rack in the 'TV' space.
Old record player cabinet transformed into mini bar cabinet. Complete with hidden liquor storage on top, glass storage inside, and wine bottle storage on the side.
The Made-Over Made-Over Wine Bar
Yes, I wrote made-over twice on purpose. You’ll see why. Remember when I posted this. The wine bar that I spontaneously made over one random night. You may remember that I w…
Custom Armoire Bar Cabinet, Coffee Station, Wine Cabinet, Rustic Bar, Repurposed Armiore Cabinet
Armoire Cabinet Bar/Coffee Bar Piece in picture is SOLD Cabinet Dimensions: 6’10” tall 47” wide but (top trim widest part at 50.5”) 27” deep Includes: Cabinet Custom paint Custom lights Dimmer switch Double Outlet Wine glass racks X-wine boxes *Fridge, glasses, wine, and decor not included. Once order placed, you are put on our schedule and we start the process of working together to create you a one of a kind piece!!! #repurposed #bar-cabinet Located in Hendersonville, TN 37075…
Old dresser from the local dumpster, upcycled into a wine rack table. New cabinet knobs, sanded down, walnut stained top and painted white throughout- added the wine bottle and wine glass holders! @VinoPlease #VinoPlease
Going for the Gold - Bower Power
The dining room reminded me of a matador….a lot of red draped all over….lots of crazy….a whole lotta bull. Thank goodness we painted it. Ole much. And over the past year and a half, we’ve been making some other improvements….like putting in a rug, adding some storage with a new hutch, installed the bar ... Read More about Going for the Gold
7 Ways to Repurpose a Vintage Dresser (And Gain More Storage in Every Room)
Stylish vintage dressers are a dime a dozen at antique stores and flea markets. I just came back from the Brimfield Antique Show, and let me tell you, those fields were positively brimming with awesome dressers. They seemed so much easier to find than other pieces of furniture, that at one point, I started to wonder why we all don’t just turn one of these dressers into the vanity / kitchen island / tv stand we’re searching for? Turns out, we absolutely can.