Some skeins of colorful yarn, that have sadly been ignored recently.
A touch of spring indoors, in the form of a pink primrose.
Enjoying the sunlight through a new window in our bedroom. Our neighbor needed some repairs on his truck, so he bartered with my hubby and installed a new window for us in exchange for the mechanic work.
A few simple Valentine decorations on the shelf above the woodstove. I know Valentine’s Day is over, but I just have not gotten around to updating it yet.
A pile of fabric, including a vintage sheet, that I am sewing into new curtains for our bedroom.
I seem to consume multiple cups of tea on these gray winter days.
I had to share photos of this cabinet that my hubby refinished for me. This cabinet was built by my Dad sometime in the 60’s. He made it to hold their slide projector and slide cases, the top held a 10 gallon fish tank. Years ago the cabinet was passed on to me.
In the above picture you can see a corner of the cabinet. It had a faux wood top and I had painted the inserts a bright blue many years ago.
My hubby has quite a few vintage and new yardsticks that he has collected over the years at garage sales and antique shops. I spotted this idea on Pinterest and he liked the idea too and decided to refinish the cabinet with some of his collected yardsticks.
He repainted all the white trim and then finished off by putting a coat of polyurethane over the yardsticks to seal it. I absolutely love how it turned out! We use this cabinet to hold our TV on top and the bottom holds candles and some seasonal decor.
He still has some yardsticks leftover, so next he plans on refinishing the top of our small coffee table. I will share photos of that when it is done!
After a month our business is still closed due to the accident, but we should be getting the tow truck back early next week…that would be a blessing indeed!