Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Skirted Table And Rose Lampshade

I’ve got some completed projects to show you today.  You may recall I showed you this

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and this

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from this post.

The lampshade of roses started out with these supplies.  {Here is a link to the post}.

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A few other things were picked up and done along the way.  Finally, here is the finished table and lamp, as well as the rest of my granddaughter’s little nursery area.  

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My daughter had said she might like to paint the wicker dresser {to the right in the picture above} Heirloom White, so we may tackle that when it warms up a bit more.

Don’t forget my fabric.com giveaway!  Ends Friday night!

Kathy

18 comments:

sissie said...

Hi Kathy,
How beautiful and so fitting for your little princess! Love the table skirt.

hugs
Sissie

Sassy Marsha said...

So pretty!!!!

Red Door Home said...

Love how the table skirt turned out. This was such a clever and creative ides!

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

Kathy, what a sweet nursery! I love the lamp you made and that's just genius how you created the tableskirt. So perfect for a nusery. :)

LouLou@thelifeofloulou.blogspot.com said...

As usual: LOVE LOVE LOVE! I wish you could come over here and help me rearrange my mommy den. I'm repainting and doing a board and batten wall... I'm just not happy with the terra cotta...it's just not me. I found an antique settee yesterday for a steal! I can't wait to get started on it. SO, of course now I have to rearrange the WHOLE room.

ALso, will you go look at my porch redo post and check out the front porch with all the windows? They need SOMETHING... Do you think I should do a valance in something like gingham for some color? What could I do to make it look more "done". It's just so boring now and does nothing for the front of the house.

InMyOwnStyle said...

Hi Kathy-

Looks so sweet. I love to see a things re-purposed into great looking new pieces. The lamp and the table look so pretty paired with the slipcovered chair.
My best- Diane

Sarah Howe said...

Beautiful lampshade! I love it! I found your blog via a comment you left behind, you have such a pretty pic as your profile. I am a happy follower now. I hope you may come visit me soon at "The Artist's Life".

TTFN!

Sarah

One Cheap B*tch said...

So very pretty and fitting for a princess!

J

Gail said...

Oh Kathy, the skirted table is absolutely gorgeous! It's so beautiful paired with lamp. Your precious little granddaughter has the sweetest little nursery. Thanks for sharing.

Enjoy your day,
Gail

Paula ~ castleandcottagesigns said...

o wow that lampshade is gorgeous~ love how it looks when it is lit up! Beautiful room Kathy for one lucky little girl!

House Revivals said...

What a sweet little corner of the nursery! Perfect for a baby girl. Love that it is so feminine and pretty!
~Amanda

Nan said...

That is absolutely dreamy! And I can't wait to see the painted wicker - I think that will pull the whole room together nicely! Look forward to seeing the finished room.

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

Kathy!! That table!!! I WANT IT!! LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!!! Love the lampshade and ON the table? PERECTION!! The nursery is just adorable! I ADORE that table!

Lou Cinda :)

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh how adorable!! The whole room is just awesome!!

Krista@TheGatheringPlaceDesign said...

Such great ideas and both turned out soo cute! The nursery looks adorable.:) Thanks too for your visits, Kathy...always appreciated!

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

The table skirt is so beautiful and the table vignette in your granddaughter's room is just lovely Kathy! Your daughter must feel so happy when she enters this room and your granddaughter too! You are so very creative! Angie xo

Sonya@Beyond the Screen Door said...

These projects turned out beautifully! I love that sweet lampshade. And your table skirt is just gorgeous! I remembered you mentioning this project just the other day when I came across a bridal gown in the thrift store. You are so clever!

Pamela said...

Kathy this turned out just darling!!

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