Lou Lou’s Redos

Lou Lynn had a character of a grandmother who was addicted to her Harlequin romance novels. She had stacks and stacks of them, as the story goes, thus the need for many bookshelves. This particular one was passed around, going from room to room and from color to color before Lou Lynn and her husband decided to turn it into a more substantial piece of furniture. 
 They repainted, added beadboard to the back. What made the biggest difference to me was the new moulding pieces around the cabinets and the crown moulding across the top edge. What a change! Mammy would be proud. Check out the process on her blog Lou Lou.

And here is another of her redo projects. She unearthed this vintage Broyhill chair that had been hanging out in storage, once belonging to a great aunt and uncle. And believe it or not, this was her VERY FIRST re-upholstery job! Nice! Check out more HERE.


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  2. These two pieces are my new faves. I was getting kinda tired of all the white cause with my son, all I was seeing was dirty handprints :-) But I LOVE LOVE LOVE these!!

  3. Yep – the crown molding on the top is a great idea. It makes all the diference. I like the color on the interior as well.

  4. Amazing! The bookshelf and the chair are wonderful! She did a great job. I love your blog, I mentioned it and put a link in on my blog yesterday, so my friends could check it out. Hugs, Cindy S.

  5. Uh-Mazing! This is my favorite blog. I can’t wait every day to see what you post. I am so inspired!!! Yay!

  6. Just found your blog – I’m lovin’ it! Count me in as a new follower!

  7. Awesome job! mishelle

  8. Anonymous says:

    nice post. thanks.

  9. I love the beadboard on the bookcase!

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