This has to be the best project yet, I love it!
From the knot holes.....
To the olde rusty hinges...
The paint turned out the best olde blue gray!
and lets just say the backboard, Well I think it speaks for itself!
I left the wood inside natural as well as the dividing shelf and the top of the cupboard.
Sorry about the lighting,
It was really late at night and I could not get a clear shot for nothing!
Hubby brought in a new full spectrum tube light for me to get this one!
Yes he reads my blog!
It was a little tricky getting a full view shot because of where it sits.
It shows a little darker in this shot.
I also went with a different sack for the curtain.
and I decorated it!
I'm using the bottom for storage!
Now I just need to find some brooms for the door.
I also managed to get a second project completed.
I needed to replace a bench that I was using for a crock bench.
The legs are leftover banisters that I cut down and the rest is rough cut lumber,
finished with buttermilk paint and aged to primitive perfection!
Now, I think I'll go dig around out in the lumber pile and see if I can't find me a dry sink!
Maybe a nice big one to set behind my sofa,
Maybe something to match the stepback.
Guess I'll pull up the olde rocker and talk it through with Tucker,
She does share my love for all things Olde and Worn!
She sure does like her new cradle!
She kind of looks like a ghost kitty laying in there!