Cane Chair In Need Of Love

We found THESE (cane chair) at an estate sale. I won’t lie. I saw them and ignored them. They weren’t salvageable. Then my husband saw them and if he could see potential then obviously I needed to step up to the challenge.


I did A LOT of research and then we tackled them.  After building a seat where the cane use to be I happened to have (seriously) this polka dot fabric and the exact color paint of the polka dot. So the design was obvious….

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Buffet: Don’t Break A Leg!

One of the reasons we started our business was because a very sweet friend of mine is always so encouraging. Sean and Susie are seriously the best! They have a buffet that used to be her Mom’s (this is me hoping her mom LOVES it and isn’t too sad that we changed it).  This buffet had suffered a broken leg…so obviously Brandt had to come along to save the day. Plus, he and Sean had man things to do like use chain saws and help the ladies with a few tough screws.  This buffet had a shocking…

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Wardrobe Turned Bar

On one of our regular antique mall adventures we found this beauty! What is it, you ask? Its a 1930’s antique wardrobe for children. DUH! It has 2 areas for hanging and only enough room for about 10 hangers on each side. This beautiful wardrobe had awful veneer accents. So I turned to google, the experts and learned how to take veneer off. We have sanded, cleaned up the hardware, removed the veneer and decided…wait a second, this would make a fantastic bar! So stay tuned for the after pictures once we are done with some reconstruction,…

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St. Louis Vintage Market Days – Highland, Illinois September 19-21

**Warning- I get mushy in the end**

So we are back home and getting all settled in. If you didn’t get a chance to make it to St. Louis Vintage Market Days, I am sorry to tell you that you missed out! Some people didn’t want to make the drive…Highland is about as far into Illinois as Wentzville is into Missouri….So it isn’t that bad. BUT- everyone that came L.O.V.E.D it. And boy did they come in big numbers!


The venue is big and spread out. Aisle ways were fabulous. Wheelchairs and strollers could navigate….

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