Argyle Matey

I once knew a couple who’s last name was Argyle, and so whenever I see argyle, I always think of them. Then I think to myself, “Man. I wish I had a cool last name.” I really do. Allen. BO-ring! I knew a guy in school who’s last name was Champion! That’s a pretty good one. But I could have it worse, I know of a girl who married a guy who’s last name was Phillipenas, yes pronounced like THAT.

Anyway, so back to the point! Argyle! Argyle is what happened when Megan took on the task of painting this dresser/changing table for her nephew. Looks great, don’t you think?! See it on Megan’s blog Never a Dull Day.






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  1. Pretty. And not boring.

  2. That is ding-dong gorgeous! What a great pattern for a little boy’s room :)

  3. In college we steered clear of the Butt brothers, lest we fall in love and have to deal with that name the rest of my life.

    At least my roommates could have hyphenated their name. It would have been particularly wrong for me. My maiden name was Brown. No amount of love could get me past having the last name of Brown-Butt for the rest of my life!

  4. Oh. And the dresser is great. :D

  5. Wow! what a transformation. Does not even look like the same piece. Must have taken forever with all of the detail and perfection that it has.

  6. Great detail! Must of taken ages?!

  7. Bwah ha ha! That’s so beautiful, and your title, post and peoples’ comments are cracking me up!

    How about the 2 sisters: Lemongelo & Orongelo

    Spelled Lemonjello and Orangejello

  8. Great attention to detail! What a transformation.

  9. My maiden name is Flake so I am casting no stones.

  10. I love the argyle! I never thought of using argyle on anything but clothing. Great idea!

  11. Great transformation.

    Love your humor! We really have friends with the last names: Asswad, Buttdorf, and Hiney. What’s with the rear end last names??

  12. THANKS for the feature!!

    For the record, it really only took about 16 hours out of the month of February and about 4 hours in the month of March to do. The cold weather forced a lot of stop and starts because paint doesn’t dry well when you can see your breath in your garage. ;)

    http://megschmitt-neveradullday.blogspot.com/

  13. This is SO cuuuuuute!!

  14. Very cool and creative!
    Sandra
    http://madeiraemforma.blogspot.com/

  15. What a snazzy before and after!! The argyle is looking good.

    By the way, I’m about to marry into the last name Duckworth! The man is much more attractive then the name lol.

  16. That is what I call IMPRESSIVE. Seriously, how does one do such detail as that?
    I lovity love that dresser!

  17. That is what I call IMPRESSIVE. Seriously, how does one do such detail as that?
    I lovity love that dresser!

  18. That is what I call IMPRESSIVE. Seriously, how does one do such detail as that?
    I lovity love that dresser!

  19. I went to school with a girl whose last name was Belcher. But she was gorgeous, so no one ever made fun of her…

  20. How original! My uncle even texted me while I was traveling to check if I saw this because he was so impressed. Great job.

  21. LOVE it!!!!! Can I have it?

  22. I know a girl whose maiden name is Phillapenas. I bet she’s the sister-in-law of the girl you know.

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