Ive got these two old school desks picked them up super super cheap at a yard sale. They are in perfect shape, the seats fold up nicely. Ive dated them to around 1890.I had them for sale on Craigslist, but the only hits I received were from a couple of "clowns" who wanted to send me a "cheque" and have cousin Vinny swing on by and pick them up. Anyway, Im not sure what to do with them. I do not want to paint them. Any ideas would be wonderful!
Commented on Apr 22, 2013
I bought mine for the kids to use. now it is a table like catch all in a bed room. how do U
I'm in the process of turning our loft into a lounge/upstairs living room but I'm a little stumped on what to do with the large blank wall.
It's 12' wide by 9' high and my original plan was to paint it navy and turn it into a gallery wall but I'm curious to see what you would do with it if it was in your home! All suggestions are welcome :)
Purple tulips, when planted with white and yellow tulips, create a beautiful landscape
design during their blooming season. However, since tulips are perennial, you need to combine them with some beautiful biennial plants, so that they can fill in the space that tulips left once their bloom fades away.
I have clients who bring me their pots to be planted for their Mother's day gift. This one is for a fun sun area. I fill the pots full, so that there is immediate beauty and know that
some of the plants will be crowded out underneath as the plants grow larger. For example you can see and enjoy the purple gomphrena now, but as the pot grows it will disappear underneath the foliage of the other plants. Placing different textures and color contrasts will give something new piquing the interest each time and at every angle someone takes a glance. Paying attention to the pot color and playing off that as the base really adds depth to the pot. With this light gray I used a lot of purple, blue and silver highlights