Queen Anne End Table Makeover

Queen Anne style furniture was first developed in the 1700s.  It is characterized by curvy legs and often includes carved shell and scroll motifs.  I certainly didn’t pick these pieces of furniture because of that but rather because they were free.

queen anne table makeover

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Painted Stained Table

I had the  privilege  of redoing this round barrel like table for an Indy Style viewer.  The painted and stained combo is the perfect contrast in my book.  Adding just a bit of distressing ties in the cream paint with the darker stain.  Every month I am partnering with Indy Style, my local lifestyle show, {…Read More…}

Stacked End Table Shelf {Roadkill Rescue}

I hauled this Roadkill Rescue all the way home from Atlanta!  We spent Christmas in Atlanta this year and my Grandpa and Grandma had more than just a gift for me – they gave me an old rickety table they have had for decades that they were ready to pitch.  Yes, they love me that {…Read More…}

Roadkill Rescued Chandie #1

Here is the new lighted end table for my husband’s office.   It it my latest Roadkill Rescued project. You will never guess what this originated from… Our church is currently being remodeled to accommodate more people.   It is such an exciting time to be part of my church’s history.   Along with tearing {…Read More…}