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Furniture Makeover

Furniture Makeover

I joke about having a problem.  When I look at it like this, I know it’s true.  The following furniture pieces are at different stages of completion.  No words are necessary…I took these photos this morning 🙂

Furniture Makeover

Furniture Makeover

Furniture Makeover

Furniture Makeover

Furniture Makeover

Furniture Makeover

Furniture Makeover

Furniture Makeover

I’m confident, that this is only half of them.

Now you know, I used to worry that I’d run out

of projects to blog about…

Not AnyMore!

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  1. What have you done to the back wall of the white bookcase? It’s very attractive.

  2. So glad to see that I am not the only one with this issue….I had 18 projects…now it is down to 10 and then 3 for my son and his family….then….oops o yea need to get those garlands started for a November show…and then….the dresser pickup from a craig find…..and the idea for my own dresser…..O)*^%&%&&)* I have so many…..will we ever be caught up…..I hope not, this is fun….I think as I work in my sunroom on a 102 day….finishing up the waxing of one of my Finished….Finished …..Yeah,just don’t look in the garage

  3. What would we do if we didn’t have an unfinished To Do list. Love all your finds you have had some great luck!

  4. Welcome to my world. I don’t think we’ll run out of projects either, but we might run out of time.

  5. Oh, Debbie, thanks for this post! It’s so encouraging to know that I’m not the only one with decorating schizophrenia. Your photos of the unfinished projects are wonderful – I can’t wait to see how great they are when they are done!

  6. Debbie,
    They say the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem! It seems the problem was not having enough projects to do — hehehe. You can count on us to cheer you on more treasure hunts. Please know you are not alone. At any one time I have at least a dozen projects in process and yet I still don’t blog about any of them. : /
    Your Friend,

  7. That’s exactly what I was thinking. You’ll have lots to show us and there will be no shortage of blog posts once you finish working on these pieces. Can’t wait to see them!

  8. Ooo, you’re in some good company with this crowd, Debbie! You should see the projects on my ping pong table. 🙂
    Happy weekend!
    xo Heidi

  9. I am the same way…and since the roof caved in on my booth and took out a boatload of stuff…oh, lawd.

  10. Misery loves company … so I’m so glad to see that I’m in with some great company when it comes to the never-ending unfinished to do list of project …



  11. If I revealed the hoarding going on in my shed and basement, you’d realize pretty quickly you’re not alone! 🙂

  12. Debbie,

    You are the best! This is EXACTLY my house! I had to share on facebook! Thanks for the inspiration!


  13. I giggled….. yup completely understand the “past” fear of running out of projects to blog about. But that opened up a whole new set of fears, like will I ever be able to park in the garage again?


  14. Good to know I am not alone. Sounds like a lot of us have the same dilemma!
    I can’t believe I went junkin yesterday and didn’t bring anything home!
    Have a great day,

  15. OMG, you make me laugh. You also make me feel good about myself. I believe we are kindred spirits. Probably why I love your blog so much. Can’t wait to see them all finished, one at a time on your own time. Have a great weekend!

  16. Yes, I have a house full of unfinished projects (just not furniture!); I, too, worry about running out of things to blog about – I realize that if I spent half the time I spend worry about one thing or another, I’d be finished with those unfinished projects.

    Have a wonderful weekend, Debbie!

  17. LOL! I am soooooo glad I am not the only person that does this! Except my unfinished projects aren’t furniture… Those, I don’t have any problem getting done. Mine, are the rooms of my house. Currently, my kitchen, dining room, living room, back porch, the stairwell, and my daughter’s bedroom are all in some phase of remodeling. Now you know why I never stage in my house! LOL!!!!! So, don’t feel bad. At least your house looks good! HA!

  18. GIRLFRIEND!!!! Those are PhD’s ! Only really brilliant people who are “subject matter experts” have them. The more you have, the more respected you should be. (At least that’s what I tell my family when we can’t park in the garage or walk through the house without tripping over stuff). xo

  19. What about projects not even started! I could win the prize on that one any day 🙂 Remember the CHAIRS? Your projects look wonderful, and they’ll be done in no time. Superwoman!

  20. oooh i love that chair!!!

  21. You have some wonderful projects going on…

  22. I can not thank you enough for sharing and keeping it real! I feel so much better knowing I am not the only one!! I don’t feel so overwhelmed now! Maybe I’ll get some loose ends tied and finished now!!

  23. Debbie, you are busy and it all will be wonderful when completed. That’s what I keep reminding myself about the 2 lamps waiting to be re-wired, etc.


  24. Holy moly, Debbie! My head is spinning just looking at all of the work! Everything is looking amazing already…can’t wait to see them all finished up!

  25. But all your projects look stunning! WOW! You got a lot going on… can’t wait to see them all finished but in all honesty they look pretty darn good how they are! lol 🙂


  26. It is nice to know that other people do this as well. You have some great looking projects going though and I know they will look awesome when completed!!

  27. OOohhhhh….. all I can concentrate on is the white shelf. Did that have a tile back??? Looked so pretty, I wanted to see MORE :))))

  28. I feel your pain, sista! I have a very similar assortment of projects in limbo. Does it stop me from rescuing new junk? Never. 🙂 Really like that white shelf with teal bamboo!

  29. Good to know I’m not the only one with half finished projects. I need to make a list of things needed from the store to finish items before leaving home, but then I’d just forget to bring the list.

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