Fashion Becomes Furniture

hello all!
It is snowing. 
Again.
It took me awhile to get home.
But I am here safe and sound.
As much as I complain about the winter, the snow is quite pretty.
As long as this girl doesn't drive in it, then it is okay.
But it had better be clear tomorrow for momma to get her haircut!!

I think in my last post I lead you to believe that Mr. Hughes is against the lovely mirror staying.
Oh, the contrary!  I am a lucky lady when it comes to husbands and the decorating.  
He likes it as much as I do.  He even suggested a few places for it to work.
I am just sure that if I decided to rearrange the whole downstairs to make this mirror work better then he would not be so happy.
Some of you came up with some great suggestions for the mirror and it seems the consensus is for me to keep it, or to send it to a few of you.

So, I got sidetracked... the real purpose of my post is showing you the inspiration for one of my newest pieces, the Meghan.
I didn't really even realize I was inspired or I had filed the photo away in my head to be pulled out later, half way through a project.


So how fabulous are these spectator pumps?


And, if you have tiny feet, then they could be yours.
found~ endura

In the spirit of fabulous, two-tonedness, here is Meghan!


I kept the hardware original.  I just love the lines of this piece.  She was a bit hohum before the cream on warm grey treatment.


And, her drawers are lined with vintage sheet music.
As always, I would love to keep her.
But, she is at one of the booths waiting on someone (who may just be wearing a great pair of vintage pumps) to take her home.

Well, duty calls... or more specifically, chubby baby toes needing to be tickled!

bye for now!

10 comments:

  1. beautiful, michelle! love the colors and the sheet music- just fabulous!!!

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  2. Wow! She turned out great! :) I really like the two tone colors, it brings out the beautiful lines of the piece.
    ~Rachel
    www.silverliningdecor.blogspot.com

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  3. What a pretty chest of drawers! We ended up with about 3 1/2 to 4 ins. and that was enough.

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  4. Oh My!

    What an amazing piece! I love everything about it. The colors, the lines, the drawer lining. Just spectacular.

    You've inspired me to try a two-tone look like this. Thanks!

    Cori

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  5. love those shoes and 'meghan'! the gray and white looks lovely on her.

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  6. Wow, love the detais and the color combination! And the lined drawers just make her all the more special!

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  7. hi michelle,

    beuatiful shoes and beautiful dresser. i'd love them both.

    xo
    janet

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  8. B-E-A..utiful! she is one classy lady, love it and those pumps, alas I don't have tiny feet!! I bet she finds a home asap in those digs! stay safe, happy hair cutting!

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  9. Michelle, you did a beautiful job with the colors. So soft and pretty. The drawers lined with the music is a nice touch!

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  10. She turned out beautiful! I don't blame you for wanting to keep her!
    Have a pretty day
    Kristin

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