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Friday, November 21, 2014

Friday Five: Fabulous Furniture Features No. 9





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This is where I share my five favorites that I scouted out during the week. 

Super amazing stuff. 


  Seriously. 




In no particular order because they are each,  just too splendid,  please enjoy these fabulous works. 




Colonial Style Frenchified

by Amanda at 
Girl in Pink




I would be proud to "Crown Thee". 

The mirror, the desk and the chair. Stately done. Admiring the desk top wood grain, I can't help turning back to stare at the chair. Perfectly angled appliques changed its personality. You can read Amanda's post at Girl in Pink while gazing into more of her projects. 








French Server in Old White

by Kelli at 

Little Cottage of Mine




Classic beauty. 

Having a French Server with long detailed legs is one thing but to include a beautifully decorated shelf front too, is just uncommon.  The original hardware is breathtaking.  Kelli's story of how this table came to be is posted at Little Cottage of Mine








Pottery Barn Printer's Keyhole Desk Knock-off Tutorial

by Elisha at 

                 Pneumatic Addict Furniture



This Knockoff knocks your socks off! 

Elisha was intent on this project. It's not a redo. It's not a repurpose. She BUILT it. 

Love the faux front drawers that open for space... enough space for a printer! You will see how, with her fabulous tutorial, at Pneumatic Addict Furniture. And of course, you'll see many more of her built creations. 







For the Love of Old-  Antique French Cane 
by Loretta at 
Full Bloom Cottage



Amour de Paris.

Shape, texture, delicate details describes this antique beauty. It's like a romantic dream. You must see Loretta's post that includes more items to go with this at Full Bloom Cottage.



Sophisticated Artissimo Buffet

by Stacey at 

Artissimo Milk Paint Buffet - Embracing Change

Artissimo Milk Paint Buffet - Embracing Change

Artissimo Milk Paint Buffet - Embracing Change
Extremely handsome. 

Defined lines. Slight distressing exposes a warm wood. The gorgeous hardware stands out. I want this.  I can find room for it by moving out other things; I bet I could.  I wonder if I can convince Stacy at Embracing Change to let me adopt it. 








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Well, I'm inspired by these fabulous pieces of furniture.





I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.



Friday Five won't be posted next week, but will return the following week, on December 5th.  


Happy Thanksgiving! 










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6 comments:

  1. Elisha PneumaticAddictNovember 25, 2014 at 6:44 PM

    Thanks for the feature. I'm so glad you loved my desk!

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  2. You are so welcome! You did a fabulous job building the entire project, Elisha! It's beautiful!

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  3. These are so wonderfully unique and interesting finds. You certainly couldn't find pieces with that much character and beauty in the store today. Such talent all around.

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  4. I agree; very unique pieces and beautifully created. Thank you so much for supporting these talented people! :)

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  5. Love the colonial desk with the distressed look and the Keyhole Desk is just perfect for a guest room we have. I also love Loretta's antique french cane.

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  6. They are so beautiful. I think I could easily find a spot for all of them in my home :)

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