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Sarah Suponski
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Working with a Live Edge Slab
Live edge wood slabs are a unique and interesting way to bring wood elements into your home. Reflecting the organic shapes of the trees themselves, live edge slabs pair particularly well with metal components such as welded frames, hairpin legs, or in this ...
Working with a Live Edge Slab
Working with a Live Edge Slab
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Ironing Board Beauty
Ahhh, the wooden ironing board.  A staple of rustic decor everywhere.  I was thrilled to find this one in a local thrift store still covered with its fabric padding, and I snatched it up hoping that the padding had protected its wooden top all these years. ...
Ironing Board Beauty
Ironing Board Beauty
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Salvaged Wood Signs
Today I'm sharing the salvaged wood signs I've been working on, now that I've exhausted my stash of materials.  Off to find some more old planks and driftwood! I feel like I should hum "My Favorite Things" when I work on these pieces!  They really are an ex...
Salvaged Wood Signs
Salvaged Wood Signs
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Abstract nightstands...and a whole lotta repairs...
I picked up these two nightstands/end tables while I was going through an indiscriminate collection phase.  Indiscriminate because potential pieces at basement prices don't seem to come up too often in my area so I tried to get a hold of anything I could an...
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A Child's Chair
I found this sweet little chair at a local thrift store/salvage yard.  It was outside with more weather-proof industrial salvage, so I decided to rescue it from our rainy Pacific Northwest weather and bring it home! It's a sturdy little chair, but the wood ...
A Child's Chair
A Child's Chair
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My Nod to Boho Chic
I've always been drawn to the bohemian chic look, both in decor and fashion.  In fact, the wedding dress that I just can't get over is boho chic...but, at the end of the day, it just isn't me (and I do want to resemble myself on our wedding day!) or my desi...
My Nod to Boho Chic
My Nod to Boho Chic
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The Chippy Chair
I've been wanting to try my hand at creating a chipped, distressed paint treatment and decided that this sweet and sturdy wood chair would be the perfect candidate. Structurally, the chair was in great condition but any finish had long since worn away and t...
The Chippy Chair
The Chippy Chair
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Cleaning Thrift Store Art
I found this painting buried in a second hand shop.  The painting is in great shape for being 41 years old but was very dirty.  Dust, cobwebs, and mud splatters were on the frame and canvas. I'm not sure if the paint is oil or acrylic but it is on a stretch...
Cleaning Thrift Store Art
Cleaning Thrift Store Art
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Sign Redux
Continuing with another project with materials on hand...we've had this mass produced Beaujolais sign for a while that came over from my boyfriend's house when we moved.  Not so great looking, it provided a great base for something more personal to our fami...
Sign Redux
Sign Redux
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Scrap Pile Stool
Itching to just make something this Mothers' Day, I pulled out some scraps and leftover materials that I always seem to hoard from projects.  I call this the Scrap Pile Stool as it is literally made entirely from scraps.  Even the paint is from the discount...
Scrap Pile Stool
Scrap Pile Stool
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