Distressed Stool & Spindles

These paint updates were simple and only took a few hours to complete. The spindles sold the day after I posted pictures of them on our Facebook page. The sweet lady that bought the four spindles plans to repurpose them into part of a swinging bed her husband is building. I think it's a wonderful idea to make your own version of a swinging porch bed because I've seen them sell for as much as $1,200 at market. Maybe I'll add that project to my ever growing list of things to make. I can't wait to see how the swing bed turns out. 
We are heading to the beach for a long weekend get-away. I'm looking forward to relaxing and soaking up some sun. I hope you have a great weekend! Do you have anything fun planned?

I'm sharing with Free for all Friday at Sassy Sites, Flaunt it Friday at Chic on a Shoestring, Freckled Laundry, Frugal Friday at The Shabby Nest, Shine on Friday at One Artsy Mama, Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home, 504 Main, My Repurposed Life, Simple Home Life, Miss Mustard Seed, Redoux, Transformation Thursday at The Shabby Creek Cottage, Time to Shine at A Diamond in the Stuff, It's Overflowing, The Grant Life, and Feathered Nest Friday.


  1. The stool looks great!
    Greetings from Australia♥

  2. Kind of weird.... I bought the same stool at a garage sale yesterday in chippy white, but left the spindles they had for sale. Now you will make something amazing with yours and I will kick myself for not getting the spindles too.


  3. Happy to have found you...
    Love the antique store I've linked up to on your site...
    Your newest follower...
    I invite you to visit my blog to...
    Blessings Lori

  4. Hi! Visiting from Its Overflowing. Ohhhh.. I love the paint you used! They both came out great! And how exciting that they sold so quick!

    Im your newest follower! Would love a follow back if you like my site too! And if you want please share this at my Friday link party going on now. Off to check out your site some more :)

  5. Wonderful finds and a great makeover! I hit my first yard sale of the year today and love giving something a makeover to make it useful again.

  6. great job distressing your projects!




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