oh yes, I'm such a sucker for drawers... love them!
All are beautiful but the second one is amazing: how the vase brings it all together.
Absolutely nothing better than one 'fabulous chest of drawers' well, maybe two, say the first and the third. They are lovely and I'm glad you shared them with me.Here's to a brilliant week.Warm regards,Simone
My favorite is the second one as well. You have to wonder where it's been to end up with that patina. Just beautiful.Lynea
How cute with the ribbons. Hope you had a wonderful New Year Leigh. Look forward to seeing more of your blog in 2010.
yes!! I can't get enough.I just loved the ones with the chalk writing....loved these pictures!Happy Monday~
What's so intriguing about drawers is: what's inside of them! I've been on the hunt for one to decoupage.Brenda
you are so right! Lori
I love this type of furniture, I believe that it is my favorite. I am charmed with in dark wood and classic style.Very good selection of images.Thank you,DMV
You can never have too many!! Well perhaps you can - i have several going unused and unloved in my workshop, but one day i'll change things about no doubt.The green chest is my favourite.Have a great week Leigh!jules
Love drawers ... unseen storage.Love the second one ...battered and loved.
Oh how I love chest of drawers, Leigh.I really love that first one and the green distressed one. I'm still thinking of your agapanthus !! XXXX
Yes of course #2, who wouldn't want that? but #1 with the chalkboard paint, that one os too, too clever. Please don't let me paint anything else...
Leigh..I love all of these...especially the third image..also love the second image with the sun burnt orange against the blue...just lovely. x
I love chest of drawers. They are so practical and pretty/cute/elegant at the same time. These photos are really pretty. I especially like the second and third ones.
Love the chalkboard drawers for something a little different.
I am actually looking for some to paint and make fabulous!
I pick first and second one. Just gorgeous.XV
I love old sets of drawers and think that the shabbier the better they are. Hence I have recently acquired an antique french commode with a lack of handles which means that the only way to open some drawers is to open another first and then access from underneath :-)On my list of things to do is find some that match the existing handles :-)Leeann x
Ah indeed!! and boy are these pictures gorgeous!! Love them all, but the first one with the writing on ... wonderful!!!Gena Vintage Rose Studiohttp://vintagerosestudio.blogspot.com
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