altered flea market finds
mirror frame made from old salvaged reclaimed wood
bi-fold louvered doors to made a utility cabinet that is pretty to look at and hides all my necessary uglies. I took one of the doors and flipped it upside down. Using a jigsaw, I cut the decorative top edge and the little "peek-a-boo" hole. The cabinet body was made from 1x10's and the shelves were arranged to accommodate all my cleaning supplies.
A cloche - as easy as 1-2-3! Awesome!
Love this yellow tea cart and the mosaic work on it. Beautiful!
pin cushions made on vintage glass vase
Now we're talking.. maybe not just kitsch, but severe assaults on good taste .. Hell, too sweet home decorating! This may be a case of a very difficult crime against all humanity. I have reported this terrible interior attack to European Court of Justice. - Is this the so-talked-called Shabby Chic porn?
Damaged furniture doesn't have to be thrown away...
The original pinner says, "I used the basic elements, a flatware knife and skeleton key, and wired them together. Then I filled an old jar with old chandelier crystals. Then I wired an old photo of my grandparents to the key. For a last little detail I wired a JHB Steampunk clock face button to the jar as a kind of time in a bottle reference."
photo display with knife, key, chandelier crystals and glass jar.