Let's start with the shelf, complete with faux gold brackets (yuck!)...
A little background on this - I have been looking for a shelf with hooks for MW's nursery. I want something to display her gorgeous collection of vintage bonnets (thanks to Vickie Libbey at Libbey's Little Legacies- whoo, whoo!). Would you believe that every shelf/hook combination that I like is over $50?!! Crazy! I can't figure out why they are so expensive! Anyway, I saw this one at a local thrift shop and got really excited! I know it doesn't look like much now, but just think- add a coat of cream colored paint, a little distressing, and a swap of the c
I started this project today...just couldn't wait! Here is a sneak peek:
Okay, about that wooden 'M' with the darling little sponge star (I say 'darling' very drawn out and dripping with sarcasm)...well, sadly, the star had to go. It was only attached with a small spot of glue, so it was not difficult to remove (thank goodness). When I get a minute (really that's all it will take) I plan on painting it chocolate brown and adding it to my home somewhere as a decorative accent.
Finally, the vintage tin tray with hand painted flowers. It is actually quite pretty just the way it is! Shocking, I know! I love trays, and this one is a nice shade of green and was only $5. Trays are a great way to make a group or collection look pulled together.
A mimosa anyone? It IS Friday!