I finished a piece of furniture this summer, July to be specific.  I thought maybe October would be a good time to share it?  Why not?  All the other blogs are conjuring up all things autumn leaves and pumpkins please, and here’s my late summer project.  So if you feel like a fun bit of …

Perhaps you remember, a couple posts back that was a couple of months back where I started telling a story of a settee.  You can read the beginning of the story here. This is in all fairness, Part 2.  It’s the part of the story we all like where the hero overcomes adversity and the …

There are things I have a hard time passing by.  I go to thrift stores frequently.  Usually I walk in and out empty handed, but always ready for something to jump out and beg to be rescued.  Needlepoint is one of them.  I know, hanging cross stich or embroidery on a wall is completely outdated.  …

About five years ago, I found it. I was scrolling through the antique section on Craigslist and landed on a reasonably priced settee.  Accompanied by a racing heart, I showed my husband the photo of the settee that was begging to become mine. One I could remake and restore and become a little more French-country …

Normally, I try not to schedule posts that are so similar back to back.  I know, you just saw The Round Farmhouse Table last week.  But as I hinted, I found a pedestal table a couple of weeks ago at a thrift store.  It was originally what I was looking for and therefore decided to …

In the first year of blogging, I shared my adventure in remaking our dining room table.  It was quite the journey, and as most learning journeys go, this one took longer than I had anticipated.  Honestly, I have been on the look out since then for an even larger table.  Though it accommodates our family …

In review, 2018 was the most unconventional year of my life.  The first third was spent planning a four month long sabbatical, the next third consisted of a mobile lifestyle and embarking on the journey of a lifetime, and the last third was recognizing the paradigm shift that emerged as a result of the sabbatical …

As you might imagine, there were a lot of things that surprised me on our four months away on sabbatical.  The first one, was that I didn’t miss home almost at all.  One thing I did miss however, were opportunities to be creative.  I didn’t pine away about it, but when we got home in …