Monday, November 23, 2009

Saturday Plans

Last Saturday we drove to a friend's beautiful, newly purchased, cabin in nearby state.
They hired us to build a mantle for the fireplace. (photographed with previous owners items)
I designed a mantle that would make the fireplace more of a focal point, something that would have a "wow" factor.
Hubby and I had a lot of fun! This was our first commissioned build and we couldn't have asked for better clients. We worked from early morning until late evening to get it done. It looks a bit odd right now, but imagine how stunning it will be with a huge black chunky framed mirror hanging in the middle surrounded by over-sized chunky candle holders or urns filled with beautiful red branches.


Lynn said...

It looks good already and larger than life without the mirror. I can't wait to see what it looks like WITH the mirror.

My best, Lynn

Crazy Livin' said...

Hey my sister has been blog stalking you and NOW I have too. You are an inspiration. Thanks for sharing your talent. :O)


Amanda@Imperfectly Beautiful said...

Joy...that is beautiful! You and your husband have such talent!

Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with your family.


Arlene said...

It looks great! You guys did an awesome job!

Shell in your Pocket said...

How pretty!
sandy toe

Unknown said...

Love it! Great job.

Long Family said...

You have the most wonderful ideas on this site! That mantle will be beautiful all decorated! I LOVE the brown bedspread. I've been looking for one similar to that one. If you read this comment and you find the time to share the secret I would love a hint on where to find one like that. My blog is private, but my email is Thank you so much

Julie @ followyourheartwoodworking said...

I just discovered your site and I am now lucky follower number 1001! Great stuff here, I am going to need some time to check it all out.

Anonymous said...

I love it! That mantle really makes all the difference & shows off the fireplace.

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