What have I been up to this week? A farmhouse table, painted wicker and transforming concrete planters with paint…
What have you been up to?
Welcome to The Painted Drawer Link Party!
We all love the true “before and after” on this blog and last week’s features won’t let you down! They epitomize what talent, creativity and vision can do. Let’s party!
What a creative week!
Anderson & Grant made a rustic DIY footstool out of a little vintage piece. It is so creative and she shares how she did it on her blog.This gorgeous pine cabinet by The Paint Factory is such a beautiful piece. I love everything about it.
RPK Interiors found a Drexel Triune Dresser and used chalk paint to transform it. If you remember, I finished the exact dresser a month ago! So neat to see different visions on the same piece. Beautiful!D.D.’s Cottage and Design found this sweet pair of french provincial nightstands at Goodwill. I have never seen any with such detail and her finish is perfection. It must have been fun to paint these beauties!I seriously need to give this bread and butter pudding a try! What a yummy dessert shared by Pretty Shabby UK.
Time for The Painted Drawer Link Party!
You are welcome to share from your website, Facebook page or other social media sites. Please don’t forget to leave a link back to The Painted Drawer – cheers!
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Hey Suzanne! Thank you for the party and congratulations on that Feature! I’m so proud of you girl!
Ah, thank you Paige! You are so sweet!
Thanks for the party!!
Jamie | anderson + grant
Thanks for including my footstool in your features this week. Hope you have a great weekend, Suzanne!
You are welcome, Jamie! I really love it!
Cynthia - Clockwork Interiors
Thanks for hosting a great party, Suzanne! Can’t wait to read about all the features. Enjoy your weekend!
Hope you have a great weekend too, Cynthia! Thanks so much!
Doreen @ Altered-Artworks
Love your blog–so much inspiration! Thought I would join your party with my latest furniture transformation.
Thanks so much and thanks for linking up!
Diane of the Paint Factory – this piece is incredible. Your work is absolutely inimitable and always superb.
Hi Suzanne – Some amazing features this week. Thanks for the party.
Really confused with that one from the paint factory….is THAT completed??? It looks like it is in the beginning stages…in other words, a hot mess.
Yes, it is completed. I happen to love everything about it. It is creative, unique and beautiful. I happen to love the “perfectly imperfect” pieces. Cheers!
Looking forward to another great party, Suzanne, hope you have an awesome weekend. Can’t wait to catch up on your posts and see all of the fun things you’ve been up to. Hugs, Coco
chris aka monkey
i have the attention span of a snail so i had to scroll back and see the paint factorys’ piece and it was one of my favorites, looks like a piece that came from an extremely old church its’ gorgeous xx
I agree exactly!
chris aka monkey
a whole lotta good stuff ,thanks for sharing, you know i love what you do xx
Robin @ Redo It Yourself Inspirations
Another gorgeous eye candy week!
Thank you for sharing it all! 🙂
How poetic to see the Drexel Triune dresser here on your page! Thank you so much for the feature! Every week you have so many amazing and lovely entries. I feel honored to be included with the other talented folks! ~ Robin
thank you for the party, Im sorry I was late to it – it was my first time