Hi everybody!

How has your week been? We had an interesting week here, very different than our normal routine!  I had painters here for 2 full days painting my living room, entry, stairway, and upstairs hallway–which if you’ve been following me for a while, know that is a project I’ve been dying to get done for years now!

I am excited to show you the “after” photos of my space, with it’s clean white ceiling and gray walls–instead of the dingy yellow that was everywhere, ugh.  BUT, that will have to wait, because it’s time right now for another week of Friday’s Furniture Fix!.

 

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I so enjoy looking through the projects you link up each week! Thank you so much to everyone who participates. I hope it’s a source of inspiration for you as well.

Just a friendly reminder of who your hosts are for the party . . . And if you’re not already, please follow us on the Social Media of your choice… you never know when we may have you in the spotlight!

 

 

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Time for this week’s features!

Have you seen this gorgeous piece yet from Mary at Orphans with Makeup? She painted a French Provincial chest in Little Piggy, one of the colors in the brand new Tones for Tots Collection from Fusion Mineral Paint. Can’t you imagine this beauty in a little girl’s nursery?  I think this color though is really versatile enough to work as a glam piece in living room.  I just love it!

 

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We also loved the post from Ashley at Vintage Refined.  Using the same two colors of paint, Ashley shows how you can create two completely different looks by using the colors in different ways.  Both pieces turned out gorgeous, with that vintage-frenchy look.

 

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Joan at Scavenger Chic shared an amazing upcycle of an antique clothes wringer.  Can you believe she was able to turn one of these old pieces into a coffee table?  It is one of the most unique repurposes I’ve seen–you have to check out her post to see the full walk-through of her project!

 

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Congratulations to all the featured picks this week!  Please be sure to grab our “I was Featured” button below!

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

 

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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!

Let’s get the Party Started! 

 

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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