Tuesday

TYPOGRAPHY FURNITURE - tables and stools


It started with a simple stool and grew from there.


When I finished this typography stool I knew I wanted to do more.


This great little side table and the matching coffee table
came from MRS. Perkins, one of George's many beloved customers.
The were both falling apart and she was tired of dealing with them any more.


Now you need to know that Mrs. Perkins is a Scottish fire ball whom I've met on many occasions.
She even had me do some repairs in her apartment.
She is such a kind and fun lady so I needed to fix up these pieces just right. 


They both look amazing.
 

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16 comments:

  1. You really rescued these pieces. I love the whole vignette with the chairs and trees. Just beautiful.

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  2. Did you do these the same way you did the "French Chocolate" table? They are just gorgeous, great job!!!!

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  3. Fabulous! I have been wanting to do this myself but after attempting a few small scale projects with a lead pencil transfer and hand painting it was a lot of work. How do you go about transfering these images to the tables? I really want to do my craft desk like this!

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  4. Great job...you are amazing
    I may have to take some time away from crafting on fri & pop out!

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  5. Beautiful furniture. That would look great in my house!!! :) I'm going to use your idea for a little bench I found at a yard sale that is sitting on my front porch to greet folks. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  6. such fabulous pieces!! that table looks totally different, love it!

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  7. OMG!!! GORgeous!!!! Where did you find the pattern with Paris France? I'd love to try my hand at that, although it looks like a ton of work. Did you hand paint them using the same method as the french chocolate table? These look fabulous! i hope you give us a "How To" on these! I can hardly wait to read about the beautiful jacket tomorrow! Love your stuff and your blog you are amazing!

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  8. These tables are AMAZING...love how the writing covers the entire table top! I too, am curious about how you achieved this look! If you used the same method as your other transfers, I cannot imagine how many hours this must have taken!

    Beautiful!!

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  10. I love the typography, thank you for sharing.
    I have featured your fab blog over at
    http://coachhousecraftingonabudget.blogspot.com/2011/11/wotcha-wednesday_30.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+blogspot%2FdLAKr+%28Coach+House+Crafting+on+a+budget%29

    Thanks for a great blog.
    Linda

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  11. Are you bionic or something? Man you crank out a ton of stuff; I am not worthy;) You have made so many cool things lately, I hope everything sells right away and all you have to haul home is a big bag full of money.

    You had me w/ the tree skirt, I thought it was part of one of your costumes - lol! Good luck!!

    Shelly

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  12. Just gorgeous! Love those Scottish Fireballs, I should know, I'm one of them! I am sure these will sell fast, love the words!

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  13. I LOVE that coffee table! amazing job!! love love it.
    Mindy~
    new follower!

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  14. I love it!! The stools are gorgeous and the table, too. So dreamy.

    Ruth

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  15. that is so fun! you are SO good at what you do, friend.

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