I painted a desk and chair and then I got busy, and it got cold and snowy. The poor desk and chair were never, ever photographed. Sad story, huh? Many times they even sell and there is not one photo to show that I toiled, fretted, and sweated over a piece of furniture. I have forsaken before photos a lot, but I almost always try to take a picture of my 'babies' before they leave home. Well, the sun came out for a brief bit, warmed the earth and I moved one of those pieces into my booth and it caught it's 15 minutes of fame.
Here is the sweet little Dixie desk and chair that I painted last Fall. The color is Amber Waves of Grain, which is reading a bit brighter than it is in person. It is a rich yellow, but not as neon as I am seeing it on my monitor. Beautiful lines, plenty of storage and finished on all 4 sides so it could float in a space. So pretty with it's original hardware. I especially love it with the globe shaded lamp on it. The lamp is painted in Surfboard, a gorgeous light aqua.
It is one of the pieces I moved into the new space (#43, Utah Ave.) at the Brass Armadillo.
Here's how it looked when I left. I'm rather hoping there are a few things that have found new homes tonight. Have a super week, go create!
Joining the party!