omgoodness that is GORGEOUS!!! i wish i lived closer... i would drive right over and pick it up. :O) i can't believe what you picked it up for... what a steal! you really outdid yourself on this one.
Wow, now THAT is amazing and inspirational. Great work!
what are your tips for removing old veneer? i've tried a heat gun with not much success? what do you do?
oh ps! LOVE This! so creative
your work is amazing! the next time I come to noho to visit friends I hope to stop by :)
It is rather interesting for me to read the blog. Thanks for it. I like such topics and everything that is connected to them. I definitely want to read more on that blog soon.
very....VERY nice...love the color!smiles.
Awesome piece and fantastic colors!
thanks guys! it is an awesome piece and justin chose a great fabric and color.sara- if a veneer is coming off on it's own i use a putty knife, a hammer and some gentle elbow grease. sometime i have to do quite a bit of sanding where the glue hasn't released. i've never had any luck removing a veneer that wasn't already separating.
i think this is one of the best ones i have seen liz!!!! such a great idea...it's perfect!
Cool blog you got here. It would be great to read a bit more concerning this theme.By the way look at the design I've made myself Overnight escorts
I love thisssss. It's amazing all around and I have a soft spot for turquoise. I'd repaint everything turquoise if I could.
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