What Would You Do With These?

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I bought the mirror ($15). I passed on the chandelier ($35) and the dresser had a broken drawer that I probably could have fixed ($75). I don't have room for the dresser (that I can think of) but I could see the white paint and distressed corners potential :)

What would you do? Should I go back for the chandelier and/or dresser? I think the mirror is going to become a chalk board. I am open to all your ideas!!!

XOXO-

6 comments:

Katie@Yoga Gal said...

I would definitely go back for the lamp, paint it white and hang it in your bathroom that you are redoing!

Geezees Geezees Custom Canvas Art said...

I like the idea of the distressed dresser!

Life in the Enchanted Forest said...

Christy! I've been looking for just the right old frame for a chalkboard, so I say definitely go for that project! (I want an oversized one, so I think I'm going for the frame from a big, square dresser mirror - I've got the perfect one from an antique dresser that's been in our family for a long time, but the piece is much too good for that project. I'll keep looking!) For the Chandelier, I'm about to try dying silk chandelier shades (currently white - want them medium gray) and painting the chandelier white (somewhat distressed) to hang in the bay window in my master bath. And the chest is an obvious 'shabby' project. 'Cant' wait to see yoru finished projects!

Mayhem and Moxie said...

You are simply amazing! I found your link through A Soft Place to Land last week and have been addicted to your site ever since. Hard to believe that so many different and absolutely wonderful blogs link up in one place every week.

I have so much to learn. :)

-Francesca

Bloggers Abode said...

Go get it all!! That chandelier would look amazing in a silver leaf with crystals hanging! The mirror as well.

Katie@Yoga Gal said...

Hiya Christy!

I have a fun surprise! I am passing on the Kreativ Award to you and your lovely blog. To learn more, go here:

http://yoga-gal.blogspot.com/2009/10/kreativ-award.html

You deserve it!
Katie