Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Lattice Desk

Thank You Sunnie!
This sweet desk is such a fun, one of a kind find! When I saw it, I knew the lattice panels on the drawer fronts were destined for stardom.And how, you ask, can this little desk become even more fabulous and fun? With a secret shot of turquoise inside every newly painted drawer. Because who doesn't love a good secret?The Lattice Desk is finished in cream with an umber glaze and has just a little bit of distressing sealed in with poly. It has six perfectly working drawers (the bottom two handles on each side are one large drawer). It measures 50"wide x 24"deep x 30" tall.

(It also just happens to perfectly match the finish of the ever-fabulous Numbered Chairs! Love them? They were posted at $100/pair, but for you, I'd be willing to make a deal-call me and lets talk:)

Friday, April 24, 2009

Frugal Friday

Ok, so for the past few months I've become addicted to the cutest blog-The Shabby Nest. It has been one of my favorite sources of eye candy and inspiration-including inspiring my own version of numbered thanks Wendy! Today The Shabby Nest is hosting Frugal Friday and showcasing lots of cute-and most importantly-frugal decorating ideas. Check it out! But remember to come back to the Fine House soon- I'll be posting some new stuff that will make you drool :)

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

If I Had a Little Girl...

Thanks Jill :)
This twin headboard is adorable! It's finished bright white with my favorite moss green peeking through the distressing. Just enough color yet still neutral enough to go with anything. It has to be said again: adorable! It measures 50" tall x 45.5" at its widest point.

How cute would this headboard be with that 6 red table as a nightstand? I'm just saying...

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Numbered Chairs and End Table

Thanks to Mitsy, who got a steal of a deal on all three pieces!
The tomato-red table is adorable. It's solid wood with turned legs and two levels. It has an umber glaze and measures 24" h x 23" in diameter. Provides the perfect pop of color in any room. You've got to see this one in person!

These lovely ladies are fabulous with a capital F! They're finished in a creamy white called High Country Milk (don't you love that name?) with an umber glaze and moderate distressing. The seats are covered in simple tan cotton and feature numerals 1 and 2-my favorite part.

In her previous life, Lovely Lady #2 sustained some trauma and was fixed. While she is very stable, she still bears the scars. I think they just add to her loveliness and charm. However, because of said trauma and scarring, I am asking just $100 for the pair! rather than $120:)

Love all three pieces together? Me too! They create the prefect conversation area in your living room, office, bedroom, or family room. $145 for the whole group

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Entry Station

I heart this door! It is seriously makes the cutest entry station ever! It has six iron coat hooks and is distressed perfectly shabby chic.
It is solid wood and measures 6'8" x 3' and is $80

Two rows of hooks accommodate everyone in the fam-
kids down low

And important grown-up stuff up high

Because its so slim, it would be a great piece to help carve out an entry station in a spot with little floor area.

Add a cute basket for shoes and something to sit on, and you've got yourself the perfect pit stop on the way in and out the door.
coming soon: Right now I'm working on a dining set that will knock your socks off, as well as few others things including a couple chairs and an adorable end table. Remember to always stay tuned for great finds!