It is so funny to me, that I get a wee bit attached to certain pieces and then am sort of sad to see them go. Crazy, because the whole idea is to bless others with treasures that I have painted!
These adorable antique nightstands went to someone in Indiana. Oh and that cute pink door in the background sold too.
The super cool ‘rope dresser’! I loved this thing. It turned out exactly how I wanted it to.
The Versailles China Cabinet also found a home from someone from Indiana.
This cute little ‘smoking cabinet’, we affectionately referred to as “Pinky Tuscadero” found its forever home next to a bed in a guest bedroom.
The end table/nightstand was sold too.
And the Florence antique washstand went to the most fun mother/daughters combination of the day. They were so fun to chat with.
We also sold lots and lots of smalls and signs. Oh, and a really cool chippy antique chair from the 1800’s sold too.
While we are so thankful for the ‘sales’, we do have to say that the people we meet are what is so special about what we do. Sure, they don’t pay the bills, but when all is said and done, what really matters in life is people. The words of encouragement and joyful conversation made the day just over the top special.
Coming up, the treasures we picked up in Allegan. Yes, I had to pick up a few things now that we had room in the trailer.