The past few weeks I've been working on various things. A custom chair, still working on my nightstands and I updated my showroom. All are WHITE and all seem to be taking a bit longer than I'd hope but I'm trying to ease back into things as mentioned previously, and "embrace" being a little less crazy.
This is the custom chair I completed for a friend of mine this past week.
Painted with ASCP Pure White, distressed and the seat was reupholstered with some burlap to match a burlap lamp she previously got from me:)
And..... the forever painting nightstands are still a work in progress. I'm hoping after several coats of primer, and 2 coats of ACSP, that I will be putting the last coat on tomorrow and posting those this week for the reveal! Apparently when the project is for myself it takes twice as long as usual. lol.
I was inspired last week to update my showroom / shop, so I was busy working on that as well. This is what it looked like previously.
I use the sun room attached to our home for my showroom and often work on my projects in it as well. We are currently updating the exterior of our home so perhaps that's what inspired me to jump the gun on this project, as the rest of the house will be painted shortly as well.
I decided to paint it all out white. Shocker. For anyone who knows me well, white seems to be my color of preference these days.
I'm just hoping that that isn't any kind of a forecast into my future as I find great comfort and peace with white walls. lol
I also updated the window treatments. There was bamboo roll up type blinds on all 3 walls of windows but due to the sun, all the strings were broken and they also did not allow for much light.
So, I made a trip out to IKEA this week to pick up some sheers. I needed 18 panels, and I wanted to keep the cost down. Where else can you find a pair of curtain panels for $5.99? Probably only a thrift store or IKEA! And the chances of finding 18 panels of matching curtains at any thrift store where slim to none.
That worked out to approximately $53.91 + taxes and a whopping .75 cents to feed my toddler a hotdog for lunch. Now, that's a deal!
The final result is so much better than before. Fresh and airy. I would like to add a few personal touches but as there really isn't much wall space, my options are limited. And new lighting is on my wish list as well. Looks like I need to get back to work and make some money!
I'll post a picture of the room this week once it's all fancied up:)