Fall Colors

Well Folks… As the colors of the leaves change on the trees, it is finally official that summer has come to an end and that fall has in fact begun. I love this time of year and can’t wait to start decorating my house with fall decorations, pumpkins and gourds… But before all that, I have been very busy working away on this’ and that’ I have finished up a couple of items and wanted to share some of the finished products with you 🙂

This first piece is going to be converted into a bathroom vanity! It turned out AMAZING and I can not wait to see it placed in the new stunning bathroom. I will post the pictures as soon as I get them from my client:)

Dresser Before

Finished Dresser

The next piece is the first non “Antique” I have ever done. It is for a client that will be using this as a linen closet. I love the finish…

Armoire Before

Finished Armoire

This beautiful little frame was re-done and put into the Cozy Cottage Okotokos and has since sold 🙂

Frame Before

Frame After

I loved this lil’towel rack when I found it. I had originally thought of keeping it for hanging my ribbon on, but it has a new home with  the talented Lindsay from Cinder and Sage! She will be using it for holding her beautiful chains  for the jewellery she makes. You have to check out her work if you haven’t seen it already… it is absolutely STUNNING!

Towel Rack Before

Finshed Towel Rack

I also had more requests for my favorite chalkboard doors and lovely lavender burlap pillows!!!

Once again, I apologize for my far from great photography skills but I do what I can.

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