Friday Finds

November 30th, 2012

Greetings all, the Friday Finds are back and these are some good ones!  Enjoy these links and your weekend too! 

Make these paper poinsettias (plus several other holiday paper projects) with templates available at House and Home (right click on the site to open PDFs).

paper poinsettias houseandhome

 

If you can’t make it to New York City for Christmas, you can still see the famous annual Bergdorf Goodman window display courtesy of Heather at Habitually Chic.

bergdorf goodman windows

 

The Million Dollar Decorators are accustomed to shopping high end but here they are roaming the aisles of Kmart and Marshalls for stylish finds. 

million dollar decorators bargain shopping

 

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French Linen Console

November 28th, 2012

I was feeling sentimental about an old piece of furniture I’ve had for many years and couldn’t get rid of it.  I remember purchasing it when we were first married at Bombay Company and back then I was really into traditional dark wood furniture.  (Actually, I still am!)  Anyway, this old console table sat in our entryway for years and then I got tired of it and stored it in our garage but I couldn’t bring myself to part with it since I still kinda liked it, if only for old time’s sake.

I was looking around our living room last week and I was thinking “that one wall sure could use a skinny console table” and then I remembered, oh yeah, I have one.  But I wasn’t fond of the dark wood anymore, I wanted a medium shade of gray (predictable, right?) so that’s what it got.  A new coat of paint in ‘French Linen’.

console before and after

 

It was nice in dark wood, but I didn’t love it in dark wood and that’s the key really if you don’t love it, paint it.  So I did.  And now it totally works and it’s looking fab in sophisticated gray with gold detail.  This month it’s looking all cute holding some seasonal decor where it sits on the wall catty corner to the fireplace.

french linen gray console centsational girl

 

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