When I saw this display cabinet I had visions of it living in many rooms from the kitchen in which to store glassware etc to the bedroom where it would make the perfect addition to wardrobe storage.
How fabulous to have your shoe collection on display!
Hand painted using Autentico Sailors Blue and Linen.
Lightly distressed and waxed finish.
Currently for sale – £275.00
This sideboard isn’t just a sideboard, this is a thing of beauty.
It has gorgeous curved drawers, intricate carved features and plenty of storage for any room in your house.
I painted the exterior in Nearly Black chalk paint then covered with a coat of black wax and lightly distressed the paintwork.
The interior I painted using Belgian Stone chalk paint and clear wax.
Currently for sale – £325.00
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Until Next time..
The patina on this vintage steel cupboard looks to me like an oil painting.
Loving the various shades of denim blue.
I love green.
Used tone on tone or as an accent colour, it has a calming effect within a room.
I particularly love the combination of moss green with a pop of turquoise. Whether it be a lamp or a cushion, this rule breaker colour combo really works.
Today’s project is a vintage bench stool and I’ve chosen a beautiful Designers Guild Moss Green velvet to compliment the mahogany curved legs which will also work really well with a vintage embroidered braid I’ve sourced.
The stool will appear on the blog shortly.
In the meantime feast your eyes on these sumptuous velvet creations.
Images via Pinterest.
Trolleys are such a versatile piece of furniture.
They can be used in so many rooms in so many ways.
I bought a brass one for my bathroom to match the inherited gold taps and I use it to display my perfume bottles and all the usual paraphernalia a woman needs. Invaluable.
I decided to paint this particular oak trolley with it’s lovely barley twist details and scalloped shelves in a lovely colour called Concrete as I knew when I gave it a distressed finish the lovely wood work would show through and compliment the taupe shade.
Here I have styled it with kitchen accessories but it would look just as lovely with bathroom towels, drinks bottles, coffee cups or books.
At the end of the photos I have also included some other images of trolleys to give you some inspiration on how to style these fabulous pieces of furniture.
This particular piece is currently for sale £125.00
Inspiration on how to style trolleys:
Images via Pinterest.