Rustic Charm

Better After reader Karen wasn’t deterred by the eight missing drawers on this curbside freebie. I, on the other hand, would have shaken my head in sadness and kept on driving. Oh, Lindsey, when will you LEARN?!

Nope, Karen just rigged up a couple of new doors and added some cute buns (I’m talking about the feet) and gave it a whole new look. I think it would be perfect for you, if you happen to live in Albuquerque, own a Mexican restaurant, or just love bright colors and southwestern flair! Total cost of this project came to about $55. Thanks Karen!












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  1. Beautiful!

  2. Ok, this should probably just be in the “if you can’t say something nice….” category. But, I’m thinking this one belonged in the “better before.” I just don’t get multi colored painting and in those colors. But props to her for her ingenuity.

  3. Ok, this should probably just be in the “if you can’t say something nice….” category. But, I’m thinking this one belonged in the “better before.” I just don’t get multi colored painting and in those colors. But props to her for her ingenuity.

  4. Ok, this should probably just be in the “if you can’t say something nice….” category. But, I’m thinking this one belonged in the “better before.” I just don’t get multi colored painting and in those colors. But props to her for her ingenuity.

  5. There are villas in Mexico with gorgeous furniture exactly like this credenza, which took Karen a lot of time to create from virtually nothing. The tiles will age to a lovely patina, and would be spectacular with a pair of large silver candle sticks gracing the top. I dig it, and admire her bold choice in colors as opposed to ‘greige’ land, which seems to prevail.

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