I Love free stuff especially when its furniture. And i have this crazy notion in my head that I can turn completely hideous furniture into something to be admired. Of course that doesn't always work out (some things are just unsavable and hard to see beauty in). Usually the free stuff I get is someone else 'I give up' furniture. But I love a challenge and even more i love a good before/after.
|The missing drawer is being fixed|
The only flaw ( other than ugliness) was that it was missing on one drawer 1/2 of the moulding. Normally that would have been where i draw the line and give up. Really... its not like you can just go into Lowes and pick up a piece of moulding that would match a vintage amoire. and me? use a router nope not happening. I should've taken a before picture because then you would've seen how big of a deal that moulding was. Looking at the picture now your probally wondering what im talking about cause you can hardly tell where the new piece of moulding is! Luckily my handy firefighter can to my rescue he is becoming quite the woodworker and I'm convinced he can fix just about anything. He did a awesome job repairing the drawer!
Thank you, Timmy xoxoxo!
I also just brought in to my booth this Fantastic Primitive Dry Sink.
A hand painted framed burlap adorned with autumn leaves