My advice to anyone thinking about moving after living in one place for 48 years - REALLY THINK HARD ABOUT IT!!
I had no idea I had this much "stuff". Well, I really did but when you are having to pack it all up, it kinda seems to multiply.
I did purchase enough of these pvc shelves from Home Depot to line both sides of the garage. They were on sale for $29.00/each and have really worked out well.
My workroom is a mess but it sure is nice to have the space to work on things in there.
Remember all of the curly q's in the bookshelves in the den? They are on both sides of the fireplace.
Well, I finally got new moulding on them and like them much better!
Last summer, I refinished this old hutch to use in my kitchen when I had it redone. Now, it is in my yellow den. Looks great.
A perfect place to display all of my red transfer ware dishes I have been collecting.
Got the curtains up in the guest room.
Remember, I told you I was one finial short on the bed? Well, a friend's father-in-law made me this one and it is a perfect match. The problem?? The bed had one on the headboard that I took off and took to him and guess what? The ones on the posts are different, so back to the woodshop to make a matching one. He did such an awesome job!
This precious piece was in the guest room but when I put the curtains up, it was too busy. So, I moved it to the other side of the room and it worked out great.
This is a piece I inherited from my folks and am using for a night stand in the guest room. Amazingly, it matches the tall cabinet very well.
Found this vintage desk in my storage room and don't know where I'll be using it. It's small, so it can go about anywhere.
New chairs delivered for the living room.
More pieces for living room.
This is the piece I will use for a vanity in my small master bath.
This is the one I'll use for the hall bath.
I am very pleased with everything that has transpired so far (with the exception of the finial). But, I am just itching to start sewing curtains, pillows, and all of the fun stuff. I'm also very anxious to get my Etsy back up and running. But, everything will come in time.