Monday, October 19, 2015

LEFT OVER SALE ITEMS-Fall open house

Thank you to all who came to our open house on Saturday! I am posting the leftover pieces for those of you who couldn't make it.  Email me or send me a message on our Facebook page if you would like to make a purchase or come see an item in person.   I will be posting the date of our winter open house soon so please be sure to "Like" our Facebook page so you get our updates!  

First up is this kitchen island.  It is 36" tall, 36" wide and 18" deep.  The top has a dark wood stain while the body is done in a very distressed creamy white.  It is sealed with a food safe sealer.  It's a beautiful piece!   $269

We have two of these wall cubbies left.  One in a very heavy distressed white, the other is a distressed black. They measure 18" tall, 11 1/4" wide and 4 1/2" deep.  $42

There are so many ways to use these shelves.  They can either hang on the wall or sit on a counter or table.  We have one left in Millstone (a tan/mushroom-y color) and one in barn red.  $42

I couldn't capture the true color of this bench.  It looks blue but its really a gray/blue color.  It's just the the right height to use as a side table or under a window.  It measures 21" tall, 30" long and 11 1/4" deep.  $99

We have two pumpkin sets left!  One orange and one white.  $32 a set.  

These bowl/dish racks are very primitive looking.  They measure 16"tall 26 1/2" wide and 5 1/2" deep.  They can hang on the wall or sit on top of a cupboard.  One is Millstone and one very primitive stained.  $64

These picture frames make great gifts!  $32 each

These hanging racks can be used for dishtowels, small quilts, throws, even magazines! One is Millstone, the other is barn red.  $22 

These mini cabinets are adorable.  They can either hang on the wall or sit independently.  One is black, the other is barn red.  $42

The pictures just don't do this piece justice.  This hutch is absolutely gorgeous in person.  It measures 6' tall, 24" wide and is 12" deep.  It has a very primitive finish.  The color is called Tavern Green. $299.  
We still have this floor mirror that we featured on our FB page a few weeks ago.  It's just waiting for an owner!!  $99

There's two trays left!  One is black and the other is Linen.  These trays make great gifts!  It's a great way to give the gift of home baked goodies for the holidays. Wrap your goodies and give them on one of these trays!   $45

Here's another great way to gift your home baked goodies.  Fill your jars with goodies and give them in these little cubbies.   There are hundreds of ways to use them after the goodies are gone.  One is Grey/blue, one Millstone and one Linen.  $22

We have two of each of these centerpieces left.  The tool box fall centerpieces is $38  The Wheat centerpiece is $35

This barn red star candle box makes a very nice mantel decoration or sit it on the floor next to a cupboard to dress it up.  Comes exactly as pictured.  $26  

These smaller star candle boxes can be used for lots of things.  They work great as a clutter catcher in one of those spots where everyone throws their stuff, keys, pocket change, etc.  One is dark navy blue, the other is mustard.  $20

And last is this distressed white plate shelf.   I took a picture of my own so you can see what it looks like hung and decorated.  $65

Please feel free to contact me with any question!  Be sure to check out my Etsy store for our curtains, pillows and table cloths.   Thanks for looking!!  

Friday, September 25, 2015

Piece of the week and other stuff

It seems like forever since I've posted here or on our facebook page!  Although I've been slacking in that area Bill and I have been working on a bunch of new projects. I will catch you up on a few.  

I will start off with our latest piece.   
It's a beautiful primitive floor mirror done in the color "Millstone" over brown.  It has a heavy distress with some chipping.  It measures 58 1/2" tall x 22 1/2" wide.  It's listed at $99.

Here's mine which I did in white with a heavy distress finish. 

This will probably be our last piece of the week for a while. Instead for the fall- winter months we will be having open houses a couple times a month. That way you can come over and see our pieces in person!  Right now our first one is tentatively set for 10/17.  I will post updates here and on our Facebook page when the date is confirmed.    

Now that we decided to have regular open houses I have so many great ideas in my head for things to make!!  Bill made me these cute tool boxes that I am going to use for fall centerpieces.  We will have a few other varieties available for purchase also.   

Stay tuned for sneak peaks of some of our other pieces that will be available!!  

Onto furniture rehab-- I just started working on this old dresser I found.  

The drawers were missing and the drawer bases were all warped and splintered so Bill ripped them out and will be replacing them with new boards.  

The top is in pretty bad shape.  I'm not sure if I can salvage it.

My plan is to paint it green and give it a really chippy finish. Then I'm going to use it to display our Grain sack inspired linens at our open houses. I will post after pics as soon as its done!   

And speaking of our Grain sack linen line, our Etsy store is really taking off with our Grain sack inspired curtains/shower curtains and valances!  (you can see them here and here). My friend Maureen from the Speckled Hen suggested that we make tableclothes so we made one and I really like the way it looks on my table.  I just added them to our Etsy store.  Here a picture of one with our fall design.      

I have always loved loved loved grain sack pillows so I decided I would attempt one.  Here's a pic of my practice one.  
What do you think?  I'm going to make some more and when I perfect them I will add them to our line and have some on hand for our open house.  Make sure to occasionally check out our Etsy store for more details! 

Besides working on pieces for our open house, Bill has been busy with custom orders.  Here is a custom order TV stand that he is just finishing up. 

The customer isn't full fledged "primitive" so it's a more traditional piece with just a touch of primitive style.  It should be making it over to my painting table this weekend. 

He's also working on a set of custom end tables.  Here's one he's just starting.   

Remember to tentatively mark your calendars for October 17th!  In the mean time if you are interested in purchasing the mirror or would like to come see it in person send me a message.  And as always the mirror as well as all of our pieces can be custom built to the size and color you need.  Just send me a message with the measurements and we will quote you a price. 

Thanks for stopping by! 


Friday, August 7, 2015

Piece of the week--Dry sink and serving tray

Sorry it's been so long since I've posted. Bill and I went to St. Martin to celebrate our 25th anniversary and had a great time! We have had a lot to catch up on since we've been back and haven't had much time to work on new pieces so this week I am reposting our brown dry sink that we listed last month.  Also along with the dry sink we have a really nice and functional serving tray that we just added to our collection. 

The dry sink measures 42" wide, 20 1/2" deep and 47" tall.
It's painted Brown over black and nicely distressed.

The serving tray measures 22"x14"x4" and is black over brown and very heavy distressed.  

It has cutout handles and distressed metal hardware. 

The inside of this dry sink has plenty of storage space.

Here are a few close ups of the tray.

This is my tray.  I brought it up to camp for my picnic table.  I painted it a very heavy distressed white.  I love it! 

The drysink is listed for $465.  The tray is $45.  Just like all of our pieces these can be custom built to whatever size or color that you need.  Send me an email or message me on Facebook if you are interested in coming to see them in person or if you have any question!  

Thanks for looking!  


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