This little desk was a junky mess when I found it at a thrift store several years ago. It has lived life in many rooms, including the screened porch. Last fall I used the leftover paint from our pantry door (Sherwin Williams Watery). I think she's beautiful now.
I gave her a little bling with these cute knobs from Hobby Lobby. They did not meet approval from my children, but I like the touch of sparkle.
This little space cost one dollar to throw together. The lamp came from my son's room with a shade from the living room. The tray is a Goodwill find from six years ago. I shopped the house for the lantern, bird, and clock pillow. The enamel pot came from my father-in-law. He informed me that it was, ahem, well used during his childhood. I love that it has a LIFE magazine sticker on it.
The red/white check towel was a gift from my mom. When I was in high school, our kitchen was wallpapered in this exact check. I love her sense of style!
I found this skeleton key in the dollar section at Michaels. There were several colors to choose from and I wanted them all, but I showed restraint... for now.
My current centerpiece. Striped straws make me smile.
This print was $0.22 for an 8x10. I found the free printable on Pinterest and uploaded it to Kinkos. Since it is only black and white, the price is incredible! Blue burlap frame: TJ Maxx.
Red and aqua? Happy colors
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