Thank you to our customer, Julie, for sharing her DoOverz find and how she used it!!! We think this is very creative!!! Julie created a coffee, tea, and breakfast station without a big piece of furniture!
Here's what Julie wrote -"Here's a picture of my DoOverz coffee, tea, and breakfast station. This is my little 1920's kitchen. All these are from DoOverz -- Vintage wood drawers from a sewing machine (with my grandma's tea cups on top), the little Longaberger basket holding tea, the metal shelf, the cream colored Fiesta coffee cups & saucers, and the crock with dish scrubbers!"
Julie...we applaud your creativity and use of your DoOverz treasures! Thank you for sharing your sweet kitchen!
Thank you to our customer, Jennifer, for sharing her DoOverz find and how she used it!!! Jennifer recently bought this vintage hutch with fabulous silhouette's. She sent us a fascinating story about the piece and what she placed on top. Here's what she wrote - "A little lemon oil and scratch cover, some DIY to fix the latch (curtain rod brackets work great!) and the hutch in its new spot, all spiffed up and ready for mom and Grandmother’s china (once we find it!). A little story on the two Victorian souvenir glass cups sitting on the top of the hutch. They are family pieces dated 1903 and inscribed with the names of two sisters: Eva and Ina. The story goes the same man was in love with both girls. He married one and then when she died, he married her sister. In the cemetery he is buried between them. True story - I’ve seen it. I’m calling the silhouettes on the front of the chest Eva and Ina to honor the story"
Jennifer...we think the piece looks AMAZING, and we LOVE the story. Perfect! thank you for sharing the piece and the story!
Thank you to our customer, Traci, for sharing her DoOverz find and how she used it!!! These Photos are from Traci. She bought the orange magnet board from one of our Facebook LIVE vintage and primitive on Tuesday night. She chalk painted it with a light gray and painted the magnets red to match her decor! She also purchased the rust colored iron chair and painted it black for her porch! Traci...TWO THUMBS UP, girl! We love both of your transformations!!!
Here’s a photo and note from our sweet customer, April! She writes, ‘Hey guys! I wanted to show you how great the pedestal worked out for my garden! I love it!’
Thank you for sharing, April, we think it looks great too!!!