Thursday, October 30, 2014
This year I seem to have done quite a few pieces featuring triangle treatment and I still can't seem to get enough as every time I decide to repeat the process the outcome is completely different. The finished look and feel of the piece largely depends on the colour combos I use but also on the characteristics of the piece. If you scroll down the blog posts you will see what I am talking about. In the meantime, this piece has it own Etsy listing and is up for grabs. If I had the room in my house I would so be tempted to keep it for myself.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
This desk was love at first sight for me. I first spotted the ornate base and once discovered that it was built of solid wood it was mine to take home. I paired it with this vibrant yet not "in your face" blue and turned it into a piece that will withstand the test of time. It now has its own Etsy listing where you can go for more info.
Saturday, October 18, 2014
This vanity/desk has attracted a lot of attention on Instagram and Facebook and before I ever got the chance to share it on the blog it got scooped up and by no other than a former co-worker of mine which makes me super happy. The new owner is a stylish and awesome young woman and I am hoping this piece will bring more fun into her space.
Friday, October 17, 2014
This dresser makes me happy just thinking about it. Bright colour will make it look like summer is in the room all year round. I could not decide what knobs to pair it with and went for the hand painted option. I bought the plain wooden knobs and Lowe's, takes off random triangles and painted them each in a different colour. This guarantees that there won't be another dresser of the same kind out there.
For more info check out it's Etsy page while it lasts.
Friday, October 3, 2014
Here is the latest project from my studio. A few have come and gone since my last post without me getting the chance to snap decent photos.
This one is painted with milk paint and the colour is called "slate". It is a perfect blue with a hint of grey. Instead of using polyurethane I protected the finish with two coats of Danish oil with results in a deeper hue of the colour. I think I am a fan.
For more details on the piece you can cheek its Etsy listing.