Just when I'd almost given up on furniture finding, along comes all this. The council clean ups don't happen as often these days.
I stumbled on most of these vintage treasures discarded outside a lovely old building nearby. They look like they had lived there for many years.
With almost summer like weather this week it's been perfect to be outside with a paintbrush. It's always fun to see the amazing transformation paint can make isn't it?
Here are some things I've completed so far. My partner undercoated everything for me with Zinsser primer which made it a lot easier. I used some sample pots I already had to mix the colour with satin enamel paint, brighter aqua on the bedside table and lighter for the drawers, then sanded lightly over everything for a worn look. I'll have to get myself some chalk paint one of these days.
I painted the mirror, once varnished timber, a while ago. It was left behind when my son moved out.
Fun for me playing around with vintage finds but a bit disturbing for Miss Bella who likes everything to be left in it's place.
I was imagining my own cluttered shop, market stall or the inside of a beach hut.