Do you think that's enough paving the way with what I don't do that I can now explain my addiction to furniture? It really is serious. I call it rescuing furniture and that's partially true, but the truth is, if I didn't adopt a piece someone else would.
Yesterday I had my usual Sunday morning coffee with a couple friends at a place that just happened to be a few blocks from a resale shop that is open on Sundays. Now, to me that was a direct invitation to drop by.
So without further ado, this is what I bought.
Back view, and yes the handle swayed me a little.
The great part is, there was a pair. So now I can fall asleep at night thinking of ways to dress these beauties. When I settle on one I deem perfect I will post the results.
BUT, that is not all.
This little table is in great shape which seemed like reason enough to buy it. It was also a great price so I have reason #2. I thought about ways I could refinish it and that's when I knew if was mine. Once you go there, you have made it yours.
Did I stop there? Of course not!
Give away clue.
Multipy by four.
The only problem with these purchases will be, ok the obvious..storage. What I started to say was, settling on one way to doll them up. The possibilities are endless. Too bad furniture is not as easy to redress as paper dolls. Then I would have endless outfits for my collection.
I would love to hear what you would do to these "love-e-lies."