Friday, January 11, 2013

2 for Tuesday

Mr. Dior and I thought it would

be fun to post a monthly

new spin on our curbside finds...

2 for Tuesday

First up is my all time favorite the

One man's trash dresser that stole my heart

back in July...

to this open shelf display

This old flea market chair

to this succulent planter

Curbside directors chair 

and yard sale glass turned coffee table

Taller directors chair with the same glass

made into a console table

Old rescued shutter used for a headboard

Then used for wall art

Then flipped over for an interesting tablescape

Aha { Hat trick }


Old wood ammo boxes give that rustic feel

add a wood top and rope

from hardware store for a rustic 

and coastal style end table...

Linking up with my favorite gals in blogland

Debra's Be Inspired #122

Have a beautiful and blessed Tuesday



Natalie @ Blossoming Visions said...

Those are some beautiful pieces that are used to their full potential. Thanks for sharing :-)

Unknown said...

Most of those pieces are things people would walk right by - you have such a talent in seeing potential, it's amazing :)

Anne said...

I love looking back on these amazing transformations! Simply gorgeous!

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

All beautiful! I love the idea of putting a shutter on the table for a tablescape!! I may have to try that sometime. :)

Unknown said...

always so pretty and beautifully styled!

It's me said...

So nice !!

Unknown said...

Oh I love them all, but especially the suculent chair!

God bless....Brooke

Thanks for sharing!
God bless....Brooke
My home and garden site...
My Vintage Art and Printables site...

Dreaming of Vintage said...

Kate, your style is just gorgeous! I love the succulent planter!

Unknown said...

Love, love, love the glass topped tables

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

You sure have the vision, girlfriend.

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

Great ideas ~ I always try to look at things differently while treasure hunting!

Unknown said...

What a fun idea for a blog post! I so love looking at all your treasures. I have an old rusty white ammo box and I haven't a clue what to do with it, but I do love the look of it. What would you suggest?

White Lace and Promises said...

Did you cover the silver platters with wallpaper? I love it! What a great idea!

CURIOUS said...

Inspiration . . . ACCOMPLISHED !!
We LOVE Your Creative Spirit . . . (and the Mister's)!!
Big 'ol Hugs fom TEXAS !

Amy Kinser said...

I love looking around your home at the beautiful things you create. You and Mr. Dior certainly find great things.

Blessings to you for good health, peace and joy.

Michele said...

Hi Kate, Your chair with the plants is amazing, everything you have created is amazing. It is so much fun seeing what you have created Kate. Enjoy your week.

Pearl 13.1

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

I so love the way your mind works. Love the tablescape with the shutter.

whimages said...

Kate, I totally had to pin your directors chair idea! FABULOUS! GENIUS! I'm going to have to do this, thanks for the inspiration!

Debra@CommonGround said...

wow, that glass top table is amazing!!

michele said...

so happy to find your sweet blog via tuesday's treasures!

when you have a moment, we'd love to have you stop by to say hi!

smiles to you.

hello lovely inc.

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Wonderful finds, Kate...and I love all of the beautiful ways you have re-used them!

Rust: Vintage Inspired Design said...

Your photos, projects and styling are always magical Kate!!! And, oh soooo inspiring!

Art and Sand said...

You are amazing. I love it each way. I just learned the word 'ostranenie" today from the blog Sarah Jane Down the Lane and wrote my post today about the word - the gist is to look at things in a different way. You sure used ostranenie in your decorating.

Love it all!

Heirloom treasures said...

ahhhh,how lovely all of this is,you have such a talent, I'll be back.
I am visiting from Have a Daily cuppa :)

Sherry Hicks said...

Love all your finds and how well you display and photo them to share! Hope you are having a wonderful 2013!!!

Burlap Luxe said...

Kate you add joy to my day when I see a visit from you.
It doesn't get any better then the beautiful words written and left behind when you head back home.

Thank you my sweet friend for adding joy to my day.

Pamela Gordon said...

I love all your great furniture finds and how you've used them different ways in your home. Beautiful!

Anonymous said...

I am always inspired by your talent and the fantastic projects that you do to beautify your home Kate!
My favorite by far are the barn doors in your living room!
It was so wonderful to talk with you today!!
Take care and I look forward to seeing you soon.

Unknown said...

Love the white and textile mixed with the painted and more rustic. Your photos are so pretty and inspiring. Thanks!

chateau chic said...

So many great ideas and inspirations. You're always so creative with your finds.
Mary Alice

Liz @ Quirky Vistas said...

Nothing like a rescue and have remade and reused them all in such great ways!

Sweet Woodruff said...

Everything is beautiful and classy. Love all the natural woods with creams and whites. Excellent taste you have. Thanks for sharing. I found you via Jann's at Share your Cup.

Vintage Market Place said...

It is all so gorgeous Kate.
I envy your eye for catching something most would consider trash and turn it into something so elegant and usable.
My fav is that succulent chair!!!! How stinkin' adorable is that.
Hope all is well

Denise Marie said...

Wowza! great decor

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Kate, I love how you mix things up. You never know where one of your vintage treasures will be next. lol! I missed the chair post. Love, love the succulants! Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.

must love junk said...

What great finds! I love how you've repurposed all these things in such fun ways! :)

Faded Charm said...

I love all your resuced items Kate! I remember when I was in LA with my sister-in-law a while back I saw so mnay things sitting out by garbages that I would have snagged in a heartbeat...if only I wasn't flying home:-(

Enjoy your weekend!


At The Picket Fence said...

What a fun post Kate! I love seeing the creative, multi-purpose ways you have used your incredible finds! :-)

Noble Vintage said...

just beautiful. I think I will have to keep my eyes peeled for old chair frames now! ;) Love how you've used them all. I was thinking of you today as I was graywashing a wood urn! Hoping to photograph it tomorrow! thanks again for sharing your beautiful home.

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