I happened upon my first garage sale of the season last week and found this neat little chair for $5.00! I couldn't pass it up, as I saw too much potential. Better yet, no painting or sanding was required to get the rustic, shabby chic look I like!
Just the day before, I had been cleaning out a cabinet and found the rusty, vintage scale. For the life of me, I don't know why I've been storing the scale. I mean what was I thinking? I decided to use a couple of old encyclopedia books to elevate the scale. After all, my husband insist we keep the books, so I should use them to decorate with! Right?
I love the shabby chic style chair and am glad I stopped by that garage sale.
Any guesses what room I'm redoing?
I'm linking to the following:
Oh girl, you are so clever. I know I keep telling you, but I'm always so excited to see what you've come up with. I love the chair, and those scales, what a treasure.ReplyDelete
Oh how Pretty Janice! I wish my bathroom was Bigger...ReplyDelete
That chair has great patina! Looks adorable with the scale. Thank you so much for linking this up to the "Cowgirl Up!" Linky party. I really appreciate your participation.ReplyDelete
This is so pretty! You've really captured the essence of your style and in such a compact way. LOVE it!ReplyDelete
I've shared you on FJI Facebook and pinned for SNS 123. :)
love love love it!!ReplyDelete
PS came over from Donna's funky junk FB page.
I never would have thought to use a kitchen scale for a candle, but that is a GREAT look! I love the burlap around the mason jar as well. Very rustic chic! : )ReplyDelete
Cute chair! I hoard them. Yours is extra rustic!ReplyDelete
Beautiful and love the scaleReplyDelete
Love it! I'm guessing bathroom?ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining my Would You Buy It party! And yes, I would have bought that chair!