Brass knob was switched out for oil rubbed bronze that I got on sale (almost 1/2 off, thanks to being discontinued) and of course I installed them myself. Here it looks green thanks to some Frog Tape. In case you're wondering our den is on the other side of this door.
The lovely old W&D. They worked great still which is surprising since they were both hand me downs from two different family members and both were at least 10 years old. Don't you love the buckets of dog toys?
My beloved laundry cart. Oh I love you. Marry me. We'll run away and fold towels the right way.
Found this sweet little lamp at Goodwill for $3.99, including the shade. The shade is a bit, well, dirty so I'm toying with covering it in sheet music or ribbon.
I love these pictures. I got them a couple weeks ago at the Granville Antiques Fair. (Janet it was SO great to see you!) What I'm not loving is the arrangement. I just keep rearranging, just using one, using two, etc. I think I'll put a gallery wall here just using whimsical, silly old prints and photos.
The dresser is the first piece of furniture I bought. I got it at Salvation Army my senior year, I only paid $20.00 and haven't touched it since. NO paint, NO new hardware, in my eyes, it's perfect as it is.
Well there she is. I'm thrilled with how it all turned out so far!
I wanted to add, I just emailed the gentleman I bought the chandy from to show him the pictures of it's new home. To me, that's perfectly normal. I mean, I'd want to know she got a good home and is being taken care of, wouldn't you?
Yes, I'm just that odd.