Sunday, July 12, 2009

lotsa...



beds.




This has been our week's project.




I gathered all of the beds that were being stored


to get to *someday*.





This is what the work zone really looked like.




May your summer days be filled
with peace and rest,



Rene'

12 comments:

vintage at heart said...

Oh what a pretty "work" site!!!!I want one so my dear Hubby can make me a bench!!! I will be on the lookout!!
Have a Blessed Day!!!
xo

Sandi said...

I love it all Rene'! Sure wish I lived close to you!! We would have a grand time together!
Blessings~

Becky said...

I have a funny story regarding beds and painting. My son use to help me. One weekend while I was out shopping he primed a bed on our driveway which is brick pavers.
Do I need to go on...lol...he didn't put anything down and I had the perfect outline of a headboard for months. He was so in the doghouse for that one.lol
Hope those beds fly out the door of your shop.
Hugs
Becky

~~Deby said...

So is this a SLEEP-over...or a slumber party..
A new way to camp..looks like a big beautiful project to me...
so pretty...
deby

Ruby Grace's said...

Wow...Everything is so wonderful. Fantastic stuff...you are very talented.

Sandra~Romantique Inspirations~ said...

I know one thing I would be broke being close to your area. You always have lovely things for sell. Have you ever come across anything for a king size headboard? I was at a yard sale and I miss out on a beautiful headboard made out of metal. I was so disappointed because it only cost fifteen dollar.

Just a little something from Judy said...

What a great work area...the beautiful outdoors. Are any of them king size? Sure wish my home was close to your shop. I think it is so much fun to see your projects.

Lori said...

Rene
Thanks for stopping by. Today was the first time I ever seen your site and it is one of the most beautiful ones around! Your photos and your home is awe inspiring! I fell in love with your staircase! All the gentle colors were lovely. I really enjoyed all the grandchild pictures, I only have two grandsons! I think my three sons want to torture me by staying single. I will most certainly be back for more of the wonderful harmony I found here today! Lori

fairmaiden said...

Oh my goodness this is a lovely post. White beds on a farm lawn...so dreamy...really, this could be in a magazine. I want all of them!!!! How do you part with them...with all the lovely pieces you paint and primp?

The Rustic Victorian said...

a great photo!

Auntie Joy said...

Now why didn't I ever think of putting the beds on 5 gallon buckets before?? Thanks so the tip!
JOY!
P.S. Are you going to Clayson Farm Sow on the 8th?

Cindy@Cutepinkstuff said...

You're my hero (and your husband!) You must have been so relieved to get all those bed frames painted! They look great.