I cannot believe how fast this year is going. And how slack I have been in sharing some of my more recent transformations. So today I thought I would share with you […]
With the last few days here in Ballarat it seems pretty undisputed that winter is well on its way. I know a lot of people really dread the […]
Sometimes I find myself taking on some projects that in hind sight may have been slightly very ambitious. Most of the time these are the projects that test my resolve and vision but generally […]
I didn’t realize till it came time to set up shop how hard it can be to find a shop counter that will suit both your space and budget. I had a […]
I have a major soft spot for whimsical hand painted furniture. I just love it when someone takes the time to sketch out a design and then has the talent to paint […]
I love primitive, depression era and old farmhouse furniture. It shows its age and has so much character and history about it. Lately I have been obsessing over depression era pieces such […]
When painting furniture I would like to say that it is all smooth sailing but that would be wishful thinking. Some pieces are challenging while others are down right frustrating!! Enter … […]
Transforming old unloved pieces of furniture into fresh new pieces that can be given life and new homes and bring people joy is so very rewarding. I have to say that most […]
For a long time I have been dying to get the chance to paint and makeover a potting bench. I can safely say that Pinterest is to blame for my latest obsession and after spending too many a few hours searching all things potting benches I knew that it would have to be top of my list of furniture finds.
On my travels I was able to collect some fresh vintage goodies for the shop. Some of these treasures have come all the way from Briagolong near Sale Victoria. Last night Adrian and myself set about putting together a new display shelf made from vintage ladders and reclaimed timber to show off all our new bits and bobs.