Shopping & Painting


Hope you all had a good weekend!

The Husband and I spent Saturday shopping for our Etsy shop and priming the bookcase, followed by a little babysitting with our cute nieces.


We love shopping for our shop, it’s one of the many reasons we started it. We loved finding treasures and making them available to other peeps.

Unfortunately since our store is online only, we are very limited to the size of the item. So for fun I took pictures of all the big items I wished I could buy.

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Loved this blue door, wouldn’t it look lovely leaning in a garden setting.

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Amazing X coffee tables!

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These red beauties would make perfect bedside tables.

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We were so close to buying this table for our backyard…why can’t it be spring already! It was so lovely and rustic but with a beautiful modern design.

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And here was my all time favorite! Isn’t this table to die for!

I think it’s time I open up my own store…one day…one day.

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Before we went shopping we stopped off at the husbands shop to prime the bookcase I scored off craigslist. Ryan recommended priming it in oil base because it had kind of a funky finish on it. Loving his outfit! haha

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With just primer it already looked a whole lot better!

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So that’s how our little weekend went.

Did anyone else tackle any home projects this weekend?

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3 Responses to “Shopping & Painting”

  1. Laura November 22, 2011 at 11:00 AM #

    Ooh…I LOVE that blue side table too! I live in the Bay Area…where are you shopping for all these wonderful pieces?!?


  2. Laura November 30, 2011 at 7:38 AM #

    Hi Lizzie
    I sent you a note last week about the blue side table you found out shopping. Just noticed a typo in my e-mail address 😦
    Still wondering where you found all those fabulous pieces?? Not that I should be shopping for myself/home this time of year! 🙂


    • Lizzie Stewart November 30, 2011 at 12:46 PM #

      We get most of our pieces from an antique dealer. Unfortunately its not open to the public 😦

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