Spring Fling

I have an “affair” with SPRING. It’s my favorite season and then Fall and then Summer and I just hate Winter. I  was born and raised in a tropical country, the Island of Philippines (Well, technically it is 7,100 Islands with pristine beaches and accommodating people) so to say that I am used to warm weather is an understatement.

Anyway, a few days ago I had a conversation with The Hubster. These conversations transpired usually in his car whenever he picks me up from work and drive 45 minutes home. He is bothered that I am overwhelmed with the furniture in our crib waiting to be “revived” and that our living space is crampy.

And just to let you all know, I am still in the look out for old furniture to restore and revive to its former glory. However, I sometime feel overwhelmed of the amount of work I have to put into especially because I have a crampy apartment and I need storage. The Hubster decided that this Spring, he will sell some of the furniture I painted but no longer serve its purpose for my crib and my style.

Here are some of the furniture waiting to be vibrant once again:
Thomas O’Brien Vintage Modern Accent Table
West Branch Cedar Chest
Antique 1920’s Tea Cart
Mahogany Spindle Table
This is my “Bargain Hunting” get-up

I still have a few other things to upcycle (apart from the above photos) but I just want to concentrate on making sure the Hubster has things to sell for SPRING. And just to be clear, I will not let go of the Spindle table.

Wish me Luck!


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