I don’t know about you, but I am thankful the weekend is almost here!  This is the point in the school year when everybody (Mommy included) is a little tired from the crazy school week schedule and ready for a break. I think the zoo is calling our family’s name tomorrow . . . We could use a little fun!

I’m off track though.  You’re here today to visit the Friday’s Furniture Fix Party!  Welcome 🙂

 

FFF FINAL SQUARE

 

This is a furniture-themed party (kinda obvious by the name!) and it starts every Friday at 9AM CST.  Closing time is Sunday at 11PM CST, so be sure to get your links in before the party closes each week 🙂

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In case you’re new to the link party scene, here is how this show works.  Each of the 4 co-hosts will pick their favorite link each week and those will be featured along with the coveted “Most-Clicked” Link at the next week’s party.

Let’s take a look at this week’s features

This week Nancy picked a lovely Bombe chest painted in shades of gray and white by Just the Woods. Look at those curves!!

 

 

Lucy’s pick for the week is another stunner from Edith & Evelyn Vintage.  The layering of colors on this french provincial dresser is a real work of art.

 

 

Susie chose this painted china cabinet from The Wood Spa. I love the story behind this piece and that it is being offered as an item for a silent auction. Maybe you should go bid on it!!

 

 

And my pick for the week is a beautiful dresser lovingly restored by Vintage Refined.  Ashley resisted the urge to paint this dresser and instead went through the painstaking work of stripping the finish and applying new stain. I think you will agree it was worth it though!

 

 

The most clicked link of the week was the Dresser-turned Kitchen Island from Vanessa’s Modern Vintage Home. I absolutely love this repurpose, I can understand why it was the most clicked project.  Way to go Vanessa!

 

 

If you like our features, make sure to follow Friday’s Furniture Fix on Pinterest!

And if  you were featured today, please help yourself to our feature button below!

 

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Thanks again to all of you who participated in this week’s Friday’s Furniture Fix!
We can’t wait to see what you will have for us this time around
Party Guidelines:
1. This is a furniture link party. Please only link up if your post has something to do with making a piece of furniture look great.
2. Please share up to 3 furniture makeovers
3. All links must be your original work (no round-ups please)
4. No links to Etsy stores or advertisements
5. Please link up to your original post so other participants can pin your work from your blog.
6. Share the love! Please pin or comment on at least two other links. Pinky swear? We promise, it will make the blog world a better place 🙂
7. By sharing your work with us, you are giving us permission to feature your work on our blogs and social media.
8. By linking up with us, you are giving permission for us to send you a weekly link-up reminder. You can unsubscribe from this reminder at any time – no hard feelings!
9. Please link back to the party by grabbing a button or placing a text link in your blog post so others can find us too! A link back is required in order to be featured.
10. Please follow your hosts in some way. You can find our social media links above. You never know – we may just tweet or instagram your piece!

 


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