…a few little lovelies

Up for adoption!

Shabby Mud Room Bench w/ storage…$200

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Katrina Nightstands in French Linen…$235 each

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Sarah Side table…$195

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Sarah Angled Side Table…$195

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Nesting Tables (set of 3)…$250

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Marble top side table…$215

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Wood Tray…$ 55

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Antique Nursery Framed Postcards…$75 eachIMG_9545

Vintage Mirror in Paris Grey…$100

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Long, white dresser…$350 (in process)

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Vintage Wingbacks…$250 each

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4 French Chairs w/ burlap seating (in process) $135 each (rectangular matching table also in process)

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Large Caged Santos Doll 30″ H x 8″ D…$170

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Small Santos Doll…27″H x 8″…$130

If interested email: cbensten@blueeggbrownnest.com

Getting ready for Luckett’s over here….May 19th-20th 10-5.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments

  1. LOVING your website and style. I’m cracking up at all of the little things that we have alike in our houses. I have just started refinishing with Annie Sloan and making my own chalk paint. I have a quick question: EVERYWHERE I look, people are saying how far the AS paint goes. WHAT am I doing wrong? Are people adding water and leaving that step out? I did one small china cabinet yesterday and today and it used more than half of my can. I only put two coats on part of it. I’m wanting to use it as a display item in my shop, so I’m trying not to use my whole can of paint on this one item. I’m a little discouraged at this point…

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