I’m so excited to reveal this piece to you. Lately, I feel like God is putting the most kind and incredible people in front of me. The owners of this bench are no exception. They are two beautiful souls and it was an honor that they trusted me with a piece of furniture they truly love and have had around 30 years! Continue reading “A Bench Restoration”
Happy Hump Day!
Boy am I glad to have the windows open, a cool breeze drifting through the house, and ample sunshine all around. Spring seems to have finally embraced Maryland and my pasty white legs are shyly wearing shorts again (my poor neighbors!).
I wanted to share this fun curb-side find with you for a little inspiration on the “trash” you may find in your neighborhood before trash day, online, or even something you’re considering tossing to the side. Continue reading “Faux Pottery-Barn-Black-Finish Dresser”
This month has been full of excitement. A door opened to me at the beginning of the month as I was offered to lease my very own studio space in the design district of Annapolis, MD. I’ve been given the opportunity to work beside multiple creative small businesses and I’m overwhelmed with gratitude. As young and new to all of this as I am, I’m so excited to learn from new, talented friends.
My only question: what do people do with an empty garage? I just can’t seem to remember.
With this new business opportunity, I’m beginning the process of deciding on an official business name and working on my image. Yes, friends, things may be changing here at the Restored Living blog; but I promise it’s for the better and it will still be me and my creations!
I actually wanted to share this Art Deco dresser with you today, because this transformation has been the engine that got my brain turning onto new ideas for my business. I’ve had this dresser for many months and it’s been the last on my priority list for several reasons, but it’s finished now and safely in my studio.
Let me tell you a little about it, and the story I’ve imagined it to have. Continue reading “The Tale of an Art Deco Dresser”