Wednesday, July 15, 2009

The Vintage Dentist Table and Cinderella

So I am having some challenges decorating the new Pagoda.
I must keep it clean and chic,but I must also insert my witty winks(why yes that is a memory stick dangling from my groovy turntable!).

How about a vintage dentist table on wheels as a lamp stand?


At under 30 bux I felt it was a pretty decent deal.Unfortunately the rust was a bit of a buzz kill.


I am sure there are those of you who adore a weathered patina,but its just not my bag.

Who knew all that was needed was a few strips of sand paper and a whole LOT of elbow grease? Bet I burned through a few calories on that project.Ofcourse now I need a manicure.

....and here is lovely Crooked Halo learning to be a proper Disney Princess.


....and Mommy 15 yrs prior doing the NOT so Disney version.This weekend is Les Mis!

Here is a sneak peek on whats up next on the decorating To do list. It has been fun finding new pieces to eclecticize the new pad!

5 comments:

Jennifer Perkins - Naughty Secretary Club said...

the new pad is looking rad. Love the detist table. My mom (who lives up in McKinney) just got a vintage dentist spit bowl thing that she is making into a water feature for her yard. That is so funny you thrifted the same flower children. Hope they find a place in your new casa. You asked me about big art once. My sister uses an overhead projector to make murals and large paintings. you might give that a whirl.

Gina said...

I love what it looks like, so cool, it's retro and modern, very sleek looking. Nice to see the family talent in your photos, very touching.

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LadrĂ³n de Basura (a.k.a. Junk Thief) said...

Thumbs up on that dentist's table. I agree with not being fond of rust. Patina or not, it's still rust.

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