We all have those rooms in our homes that we just don’t use, right? Well I have lived in my house for over 7 years. I had a “living room” that none ever set foot in. I just couldn’t take it. I decided that all my lovely collections of “junk” were being wasted hidden away. I came up with a plan to change the unused space into a studio for my crafting and junk “shrine”.
The first step was picking a new neutral color. I knew I wanted something grey. I loved all of my shabby and beat up furniture, but I also love a little bling in every room.
This week I will tell you a little about one of the areas I created.
I make wreaths and I love anything crafty that I can make from paper. Lately, I have really enjoyed making paper wreaths out of old dictionary paper. I run out of places to display these wreaths. I found this great old gate at my favorite spot and I knew it would be a great way to display some of my wreaths before they were sold and shipped off to a new home.
The galvanized bucket table under the gate was another great yard sale find. I love the way it looks and it now has function with the addition of a .50 cent piece of glass on top.
Thanks for looking!