Saturday, March 19, 2016

Finds of the Week #51


More Junkin' Finds!  
I forgot to take pictures of my furniture finds-Arghhh! 


Cutie pig cutting board! 

I love the honeycomb design! 


Tall banister poles-I think?! 

Great old table that had a broken leg that I will fix-freebie! 

I love old wooden spools! 

Wooden bowl and rusty metal cookie tin


I love this handmade artist easel! 

Crusty cement pieces

Large wooden piece-I have plans that might involve paint for this!

Vintage Plaid blanket-cozy in the winter! 

Love the green of this rusty piece! 

Large heavy wood piece-chippy crackle paint plans! 

33 comments:

  1. More great finds...that table is gorgeous. Can't wait to see how you will make it more awesome!!
    Have a great weekend, Darrielle.

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    1. Thank you Marigene-the table has great details!

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  2. Wonderful finds and I love anything honeycombed. The pig cutting board is adorable I have a vintage mouse cutting board ;-D
    Enjoy your weekend
    xoxo,
    Vera

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    1. Thank you Vera-My daughter snagged the honeycomb pot!

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  3. Oh my goodness...the cocktail table....the detail on it! It will look gorgeous once you work your magic on it!

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    1. Thank you Robin-the details are gorgeous and I am not sure what color to go with yet!

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  4. Great finds..love the spools and cement finials.

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    1. Thank you Lisa-My husband loves the wooden spools!

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  5. I am looking forward to seeing what you do with all these! such a mix of stuff, it makes me want to hit the thrifts.

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    1. Thank you Sugar-I am working on a chippy finish for the wooden pieces!

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  6. You have such a good eye for the best junk! That table is gorgeous and I just love all the chippy rusty treasures.

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    1. Thank you Betsy-I do love a good junkin day!

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  7. Oh, gosh, I am so envious! I went to Good Will today and was very disappointed. There was next to nothing I was interested in. They have become so pricey, too, that some things I might have bought were too high-priced. Oh, well, I'll go again and check out some different spots.

    You know, when I looked at that long green wooden bowl I immediately thought, "Oh, no! Someone painted a dough bowl??" I have one shaped just like that one--without the paint. It just boggles the mind to think someone would PAINT a dough bowl! Good luck removing the green, if that is what you plan to do with it

    I enjoyed the post--looking at all the eye candy. I'll be interested to see what you do with it all.

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    1. Thank you Naomi-I don't find things that often at the GW either, but I still go look! The bowl is a great shape and I will see what I can do with it!

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  8. What awesome finds!! Let us know what you are going to do with the easel, I have a couple and have know idea what to do with them. They are to big to use as its intended purpose for our place. Have a wonderful day!!

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    1. Thank you Cheryl-I love the easel- I think I will paint it and then a local store owner wants to use it in her shop!

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  9. That table has such intricate details! Waiting to see what you do! The wooden pieces could make some cute angels!

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    1. Thank you Rose-the details are pretty amazing! Good idea about the angels!

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  10. Love that table and everything else, new follower... Happy Sunday with love Janice

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    1. Thank you Janice-thanks for following and i do love my finds!

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  11. Great finds, Darrielle. The spools and honeycomb vase are my favorite -- I've never seen a vase like that. Love them all. Happy Spring! Cynthia

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    1. Thank you Cynthia-the vase is a cutie that my daughter snagged!

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  12. I need to shop with you Darrielle, you always find the best salvage, the best make over pieces always finished with such flea market charm.
    Love the finials.

    Xx
    Dore

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    1. Thank you Dore-I would love to go junkin with you and spend some time in your creative workshop!

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  13. You always find the greatest stuff!

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    1. Thank you Linda-just thinks of all the great stuff we could find and transform is we lived near each other!!!!!

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  14. Really nice table even with the leg that needs repair. xoxo Su

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    1. Thank you Sue-I used some wood glue and its as good as new!

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  15. This table is amazing and I will look forward to you sharing it's wonderful makeover.
    xx
    Jemma

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    1. Thank you Jemma-Not sure what to do with it yet, but I will figure it out!

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  16. If only I could go shopping or picking with you! Some people just become extremely good at finding great old things. You obviously are able to see what has potential. Your photos are beautiful too.

    So glad you shared your posts with Thoughts of Home on Thursday again. :)

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  17. The table is a true score! Thank you for linking up this wonderful post on Thoughts of Home on Thursday. May you have a glorious Easter!

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  18. Great finds! That pig cutting board is my favorite for sure! Thanks for linking up with Inspiration Thursday last week. See you tonight for another party!

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