Sunday, October 30, 2011

Red Poinsettia Dresser

How soon is now?
Here is one more excellent furniture,
Today my choice of color was for a red passion Red Poinsettia, that my mother in law found it in her basement and gave to me.
The company who created this furniture was Macey-Morris Co.
They were making household & office Furnishing here in Boston, Massachusetts.
This company closed in 1970.
The dresser is made of Oak and I added some polished chrome knobs.
Well hope you enjoy this creation, I really like it and I'm thinking on selling it.
The project begins!!

The Finale!!

See you soon and Happy Halloween!!!

Lina's Market. 

Friday, October 28, 2011

Antique Night Table

I was working for a week in this Antique night table and come up just perfect!!!
Here is the description!!!
Antique Stylish Oak Night Table, painted in Cream color Glazed and Distressed to keep antique look, with original hardware and exposed oak drawer.
Enjoy the Before and After in this wonderful piece.


During the creation process in my art room!!


Until next time
Thank you!!.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

*Home Sweet Home*

Finally,  I can say we are now in our nest!!!! It is wonderful to live in a place that lets you smile when you wake up. SOOOO long, TOOOO long in a hotel (the front desk asked me very polity to stop refinishing their furniture).
After all this time I can go back to writing in my little blog and post all these pictures of all the crafts I been doing and trying to do all this time. Well now, no more excuses about not writing in my blog, I have a home, and I have my work space.
It feels good to say, that we love Massachusetts and we are very happy with the place we have for living, we have a beautiful river running in the back of our home and all these beautiful trees changing the leaves and the wonderful colors we just love it.

Well let's talk about paint and craft and all what I been doing all this time,
I find in a Yard Sale no too long ago, 2 Old tins very, very rustic and rusty and in very bad shape. My husband always laugh at the old beaten up things that I fall for.
After I sand it and start to do the first coat, I can say they start to look much happier. And, despite the rust the metal was still in very good shape. more thing, if anyone is interested they are for sale $25 each one, and I use the Mail Post Office, just E-mail me,
Thank you and See you next time.......

Until next time!!!!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Boston, Part 2

Here is the second part of our adventure to Boston city, some more great pictures of great Boston old town.
I was more interested in the old architectural buildings, like the State House, Custom House Tower, The Kings Church, The John's Adams Court House, The Old State House in the middle of the tall buildings, Boston Public Garden with the Swans Boats, The Boston Common with Tall and old old trees, and of course the beautiful Boston Harbor with the New England Aquarium and the Ferry's with out stop and the very old Boats.
We had a very great time, It was a wonderful day, we really enjoy our second adventure walking for hours from the Boston Commons to The Boston Harbor,  it was amazing to see all those buildings all that history that I will learn in the time I will be here. See you soon.