It’s my favorite time of the year. Fall has come in with the cool northern breeze and the Maryland trees are slowing giving into the season with pops of orange and vibrant reds. The nights and mornings are cooler and I have bright yellow mums and pumpkins on my porch. As a native Texan, there isn’t a fall day that sneaks by without me being fully caught up in the magic of the change of seasons. I’m seriously loving ever colorful leaf that falls from the trees around me.
I felt inspired by the season while photographing this sweet secretary desk that I just finished for a new client. It must be the mix of the old claw feet, smooth black milk paint, and the deep grain of the wood that has me swooning over mystery that this piece holds. I LOVE it and it’s just fitting for the month since the claw feet give it a creepy-factor that’s very Halloween.
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Can I be honest? I’m on my second cup of coffee because I’m dreading going out to the garage to work in the heat! I ran 5 miles with a friend this morning, and my energy level is dropping when I think of sweating more than I already have. Summer is definitely not my favorite time of year, but for all you people who love living life like it’s a sauna -enjoy. Continue reading “A Vintage Dresser for a Soirée”
There is simply something classic and stately about a high-back armchair. However; it loses a little of its stately demeanor after the family cat has used it as a scratching post or the print is a couple of decades out of style. Most of us can relate to furniture in our home being well-loved by a pet or so used that the fabric is wearing thin. With no exception, these chairs had encountered such a fate. But it wasn’t the end of their story!
If you liked my post about the classical bench restoration, you may find it interesting to know that these chairs are sitting in that same room in the same gorgeous house surrounded by water somewhere in Maryland. Continue reading “Classical Upholstered Armchairs”