. . . finding beauty & purpose in the objects of everyday life. Oddities and imperfections in these simple implements of daily life often a hold visually pleasing aspect while not compromising their ability to still be useful.
Imagining this little pie crust top table adorned with a pinwheel painted in the rich reds, mustard and greens often associated with the colours of Upper Canada.
This old wooden bucket was once commonly referred to as a 'firkin'. Can't wait to bring it to life with Red and Green milk paints! Great little bucket for keeping your favourite magazines close by.
This sweet little sewing cabinet will soon be getting a fresh new look. It will be a welcome new addition to someone's sewing room or studio.
These wooden salad bowls are going to look fantastic once they receive a fresh coat of milk paint and a hand rubbed and waxed finish to give them that weathered look we all love.