Hi there! It's Wednesday and that means I want to share what you have been working on!
Using our van Gogh limited edition colour 'Zepplin', Kaitlin has restyled these chairs to go perfectly in her dining room. Kaitlin mentioned that finding chairs that looked good with her traditional table but also worked with her more contemporary taste was a challenge, so when she found the dining room chairs that she had grown up with in her parents basement she decided to redo them. . . as it turns out her grandmother had bought them second hand in Winnipeg almost 60 years ago! These chairs look great again and instead of sitting in the basement they get front row seating (and everyday use) in Kaitlin's dining room - nice work!
Sweet Melissa dropped in the studio recently for some advice and inspiration. Before the end of the day she had gone home, painted and waxed both of these tables, brought them back in her home, staged them up, photographed them and sent the pictures to me. . . how's that for motivation?? I love your enthusiasm Melissa - and the tables look great too!
Laura did a beautiful job restyling this vanity and chair! It has gone from dark and dated to cheerful and inviting. The yellow is a beautiful colour choice and forgoing distressing has left this piece looking fresh and clean. Small crystal knobs finish the pair perfectly. Nice work Laura!
How adorable is this?? Emma took a van Gogh workshop at Mango Reclaimed a few weeks ago - then she went home and created this! What an inspiring way to makeover an old dresser. Using van Gogh paint, her imagination and some TLC, Emma restyled this dresser into a super cute wardrobe for her daughter! I love it Emma!
As always, thank YOU for sharing your projects with me - I love showing off all your hard work and creativity!
If you have restyled something in your home using products from Mango Reclaimed and want to be featured on What'cha workin' on Wednesday?!?, please e-mail your before and after pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to hearing from you!