Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Country Bumpkin....

Yep, this little Lady was such a country bumpkin
but I knew I could make her "LoveLeigh Again".
Now she is.....

Cottage Chic....

Creamy, distressed and glazed...
with oil rubbed bronze hardware.

Just look at the storage....


Now she makes be smile!


linking up:
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Blessings~
Leigh Ann

21 comments:

  1. I see things with heart cut-outs all the time. I pass them by because they just look too country. Now I'll definitely give them a second look!

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  2. Wow! She makes me smile, too! What an amazing job. The finish is gorgeous. I'd love for you to add this to my Sweets This Week link party.

    ~Sarah

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  3. Wow! I never would have had the vision for that one! Great job!

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  4. Very clever! Thanks for sharing!!!

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  5. Hi Leigh Ann. This looks so great. You are the second person I have seen today who has re done a piece and covered up the heart. Trust me, I love hearts. My daughter is a Valentine's baby...But, when it comes to this 80's furniture with the hearts, it just has to go!

    Take care,
    Lisa

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  6. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! I have a little side table that my grandpa made with hearts like that cut into the ends... now I know how to revive it!

    Tania

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  7. Ohmygosh! I think I have me one of these "dated" chests too. What a great way to give it an updated look. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. im new to your blog and just want you to know how beautiful i think all of your pieces are! so creative! i have a few pieces i have been getting ready to paint grey but have been looking for the perfect color to do so. i love the grey you used on your sons entertainment center piece. if you dont mind i would love to know the brand and color you used! THANK YOU!
    comeandgeddes.blogspot.com

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  9. Ok, I have to admit, I've passed up many a piece at Goodwill or a thrift store due to the 'heart syndrome'. But, wow, what a great idea!! You made it gorgeous ~ amazing job!

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  10. What a transformation! It sure is love leigh again!

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  11. That is a great transformation! So much better now :-)

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  12. Oh my gosh, what a transformation -- this is stunning!

    Jenny
    www.simcoestreet.blogspot.com

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  13. The way you covered that heart was genius!

    -Rene

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  14. I will see those ugly heart pieces of furniture in a different light from now on! What a beautiful job!!
    Shelley

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  15. I would have never in a million years been able to envision this. It's absolutely wonderful.

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  16. Hi Leigh Ann. Why couldn't I see that? Amazing. I used to think I was creative but you ladies in blogland put me to shame. This turned out beautiful and timeless. I'm new to your blog and am looking forward to being a new follower and hopefully a new friend.

    Have a wonder day. Hugs...Tracy :)

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  17. Thanks for linking up with Sweets This Week :)

    ~Sarah

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  18. Oh my! Great minds think alike.That looks great! I JUST did over a heart cutout coffee table...with beadboard! You have to come see!
    Shannon
    www.akadesign.ca

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