Early Saturday morning, Reed nestled under a blanket from the couch, sound asleep on Buster's bed. Half in the hall and half in the guest room.
Unexpected details make me the most happiest. The vintage dutch bulb crates that line the walls of my narrow and long hall were a great find. I needed something to dress the blank white walls but the big problem ....the sides of whatver hung was the focal point not their centers.
This past Monday I scored another find. Yipee for me!! They have a soft faded wood patina and are the perfect size. It was a bit of trick getting them 100 degree heat, chiggers, poison sumac, chin high weeds and a search in a dilipadated Texas barn.
Before I met the doors, my master bath design was complete or so I thought. I trudged home with two sets of dusty, dirty spider covered bifold doors.A quick switch from bifold to french doors and my master linen closet builder grade door is gone.The second set I bought for the hardware. Total expense for both sets $35. Doesn't a bargain make you smile.
I searched for info on how to change my bifold doors to french and happened upon the most beautiful blog
by Maria, another unexpected sweet suprise. Take a moment and enjoy her blog Simple Life http://vintagesimplehome.blogspot.com/2009/09/weekend-house-love.html.
This is a bit early but I am too excited not to share. The decor on the shelves needs to be reworked, and items purchased to store my bathroom neccessities but you get the idea.
The master shower still needs the seamless glass installed and there is my linen closet with the new doors on front.