{SOLD} Stenciled Dining Table

“Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable.” William Pollard A couple of weeks ago I sold this beauty and I could not be any happier. Let me share you the journey of The Breakfast Table.…

{Revamp} Dining Table

One of the things I need to finish this year is probably to empty my storage unit. Yes, I actually have a storage unit! That’s how much of a hoarder I am. There are gazillion things I need to get rid of and by get rid of I mean, upcycle and sell. Here’s one: I…

Project: Spindle Table

Year 2013, I got obsessed with buying a lot of furniture to possibly upcycle. The problem was not that I do not want to do it anymore. The problem was, I have a full-time job (flexible hours) and I barely have time to do it. I got stuck with a lot of furniture yet to be…

A New Beginning

Hello Hello 2015! This is my first-ever blog entry for the year 2015 and I am using my teenie-weenie TOSHIBA laptop from The Hubster. I actually like a MacBook but I guess he is right, I am not an Engineer or an Architect or a Math wiz who needs it. All I do is blog,…

{Paint-spiration} Cane Dining Chair

Every Friday is Paint-Spiration Day at Beaucoup de Soleil. I love sharing anything (and everything) that inspires me. After all, sharing is caring! Right?  Here are some Friday Paint-spiration: (Miss Mustard Seed) (Material Girls Blog)  (Miss Mustard Seed: Moving Mountains) I have a strong fascination with Caned furniture. I grew up from a household where we…

Cottage Style Dining Table

Last April I sold my Dining Table to a cute young couple and I was faced with this dilemma: My really small space was lonely without a dining table. In all honesty, I did not miss that Dining Table. True, The Hubster and I put a lot of work on that table but it also occupied…

(S+L) Project 1: Cane Dining Chairs

For months I have been obsessing of Miss Mustard Seed’s Cane Chairs. It always reminds me of my childhood. Growing up in the Philippines we used to have this caned chairs which was actually so durable. At one point when it actually broke my Mother placed a plywood on top just so we can still…