July 30, 2010 at 8:17 pm 2 comments

I came across Holly Baker’s blog and am amazed with her furniture transformations. Great work Holly!

I’m feeling inspired to get started on a new project (sorry for putting you on hold narrow lead based paint cabinet).

Is it possible to be in love with a cabinet? Holly featured a cabinet from a local Edmonton photographer by the name of Nathan Walker on today’s Fresh Coat Friday’s post. I love what he did with the cabinet top.

Could this be the answer to our joint table project.
♡ Beth

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  • 1. gadgetronica  |  July 30, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    I’ll have to show you the top of the table–I hate to cover up the parquet wood pattern completely. I also think, although this piece is really beautiful, I’m beginning to be saturated by the distressed white shabby-chic look. But, I’m sure we can find a place for this concept! Does he say how he did the top? Stencil or is it a paper decoupage? Hmmm.

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  • 2. coco  |  August 16, 2010 at 1:56 am

    it looks like a stencil. It’s such a great detail!

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