I shared with you that my mom came by for a visit on Sunday. She reads my blog (it's part of her job description) and she was as anxious as you are to see the progress in my studio. Let me just say she was speechless and not in a good way. Even though I warned her ahead of time, I don't think she was prepared for the piles of stuff she peeked in on.
My dear hubby worked extra hard moving all the large furniture up the stairs and placing it where I wanted it but the organization part is all up to me. Right now most everything is at least piled where it will eventually go but it still needs to be sorted through. In true optimistic fashion I found one small area worthy of a photo or two...my TV station/coffee bar.
This drop leaf table was a purchase from a few years ago that has been on my list of "needs painting" for the longest time. I knew I wanted the base white but was not sure what color the top should be. I am trying to repurpose and work within a very small budget so I headed to the Home Depot's rejected paint shelf. I fell in love with this pink the moment I discovered the hidden quart. For a mere $2.00 dollars for a good quality quart of paint I was able to transform this table, a little side table and a box storage unit plus I still have enough left in the can should the desire strike to paint anything else bubblegum pink.
The coffee lamp and canisters were a Christmas gift from my sister in law as were the little vintage coffee mugs and sign. I know it's not much, but it's a start. I tend to work better finishing one little project at a time, that seems to help keep me motivated to move on to the next area. Otherwise I can become so overwhelmed with what needs to be done that I become discouraged. Are you the same way?
My vintage sheet collection is folded and placed on a shelf so I will be back tomorrow to show you a little bit more.
Thanks for stopping by,