(Well, I probably shouldn't say finished as it's never really finished!)
Yesterday was a very productive day!
Being that it was President's Day, I had the day off from work.
Boy, did I use every minute.
I was determined to find my house!
I'm sure many of you can relate to looking for treasures... putting some in your mall space and saving more for upcoming shows.
I'm saying all this to say, I tackled my storage room!
Everything that was scattered throughout the living room and dining room found a new place in the storage room!
I threw away...went to Goodwill and marked items and took them to the shop!
Because of that I was able to take some pictures of my newly painted dining room.
So hold onto your seat I've got quite a few pictures.
A couple of weeks ago I was fortunate to find a couple of hutches at a barn sale.
I had been looking for one for my dining room so I was very pleased when I spotted this one.
It has all the chippy goodness one wants in a vintage piece.
The old window was found at an estate sale.
I needed something to put it on, as it needed to be brought up a little higher.
So, up came the dresser from the entryway.
It will work until I find something else, maybe something iron with chippy paint also.
I didn't get that Italian chandelier put up in my dining room but I really like the looks of it displayed above the cabinet, along with a few of my favorite old frames.
I decided to hang my curtains higher this time.
But that left an empty spot between the window and the rod.
I wanted an old weathered sign there but was unable to find what I wanted.
One day while shopping I came across this decal.
I loved everything about it so I decided to put it above the window.
My #1 thinks I'll probably get tired of it, he maybe right but for now I'm enjoying it.
The cabinet displays my favorite ironstone pieces really well.
When I was on the search for a cabinet I wanted a piece with the old weathered white paint on the outside but the natural wood on the inside.
That's what I found!
Isn't God good, He cares about even the little things that are important to us.
This is a favorite old hanger.
It folds in half, I thought it was pretty unusual.
The drawers are perfect to store my old silverware.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures as much as I enjoyed putting everything together.
I'm linking up with Kathleen of Faded Charm for White Wednesday.
Thank you for stopping by!