1. That’s a great piece of furniture. And, yes, I’ve been seeing cane all over, everywhere. We found an old vintage oak desk on the side of the road that simply needed some “fixing up”… just a bit of glue and clamping and it was back together. I opted to leave the wood plain… just added some tongue oil. I like the raw wood finish also. Thank you for sharing your tips!

  2. Lovely piece and complements your space perfectly. I love the whole scene with art, plants, books and accessories. It exactly says “cozy little house”!

  3. You certainly know your style and how to use it well.
    Thanks for sharing.

  4. The lament of women the world over – NEVER enough storage! I am beginning wonder what would happen if I cleaned out one of my closets that is currently holding excess bedding, pillows, and clothes I haven’t worn since I retired 6 years ago. Would the items suddenly decide to disappear? Maybe with a little help – especially the never to be used again still wearable functional work suits and clothing. And why am I still holding on to too small comforters in colors that have not been popular since the 1980s? And lace valances and various single pairs of curtains that fit – NOWHERE – in this house? And a pink satin bedspread stashed in a hope chest purchased in 1968 when teenaged girls still bought such things. In the basement. Geez Louise!

    1. This is what I have been working on for along time. Now I wonder what ever was the reason that I bought most of these things. I keep an extra trash can in my garage and throw away things when I leave and come back, for some reason that has made it easier to do. If the things are not useful to me then I do not want to pass them on to anyone. Having a garage sale is too much work for too little gain.

  5. I love the credenza! It looks very nice in your apartment! I really wish you didn’t have to pay the maintenance man for everything you need him to do!

  6. I LOVE beautiful furniture that doubles as storage and gives you an other surface to decorate! Great find!

  7. Hi Brenda, I don’t comment often but I want you to know how much I appreciate your sense of style. I guess more importantly your life style. I follow a few bloggers but seldom do I learn anything of real importance. So far from you I have: a Japanese maple in a pot on my patio, a subscription to BritBox and Acorn TV, rooms filled with beautiful indoor plants, piano music playing in the background, food in my freezer from Trader Joe’s, etc, etc. I love your decorating style although it’s different than mine. I love this new piece from Tuesday Morning.
    I just wanted to let you know how much you’ve added to my life. I sincerely appreciate you.

  8. That is a great find and very practical. We too use pieces for storage as our house doesn’t have many closets. Your snake plant is so pretty.

  9. I love it Brenda, that type of furniture always reminds me of the beach.
    We are already planning a trip over the border from Canada to Buffalo when the border reopens. We used to go twice a year to stock up on vegan food from Wegmans because we particularly like the Quorn products which I have never seen in Canada, and I do believe that there is a Tuesday Morning in Buffalo so I will most certainly be looking that up.

  10. Love it! It blends perfectly and I really like the size.

  11. It looks perfect with the other things in the room. I really like it.

  12. Love it, Brenda. Wish we had a Tuesday Morning in our city.

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