Sunday, August 19, 2012

Antique Wicker Sitting Area

I finally refurbished my antique wicker.
 Here it is in the after of my
bedroom sitting area.
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I played around in Photobucket
using special effects.
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Here is the area before.
(More in my next post)
I sold the old sectional on craigslist.
I love it. It looks so much better.
I've also added a few rattan pieces. 
I'm still using the antique maple trunk.
I brought in a Chinese blue and white garden
 seat to use for a small end table. 
It's just the right size
 to hold a cup of tea and a book.
Everything was gathered from around 
the house. 
The rattan pieces were part of my
in-laws set.
 I covered the seat cushions on the couch 
 with a quilted throw and the pillows are 
covered with standard size shams.
The wicker bedside table. 
Wait until you see the before 
in my next post. I'll show you
all the pieces in their before state.
The view from the bed. I'm so glad I found
 a place for everything I had. 
It makes me happy every time I look at it.

Cheers!
click HERE to see the wicker makeover


19 comments:

  1. I LOVE your change! It's PERFECT!!! I bet you can't stop looking at it... I love wicker, like I love lace. I find they enhance without blocking a beautiful view or place. I find the sectionals are too overpowering and take on a "LOOK AT ME" attitude. Your sitting area is so warm and inviting now. (((LOVE IT)))!
    Thank you for sharing.
    Big Hugs,
    Donna

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  2. Just gorgeous Rita May, your changes are lovely. Your bedroom looks wonderful, to not come out of it for a while. Wiecker it's so warm and inviting, it also evokes the past. I love your sitting area, it's so inviting and ready for a good book read and a cup of tea. Thanks for sharing. Enjoy your week.
    FABBY

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  3. Rita,

    This is absolutely gorgeous! I love the blue and white.

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  4. It's beautiful! Love your changes and I'm sure you're going to enjoy this. I know I would.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  5. Your master suite is beautiful. Great color choices. :-)

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  6. Oh My, what a lovely place to sit and relax! It looks wonderful :o)
    Rose H
    x

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  7. This looks like it belongs in a magazine! Seriously! And I love the pencil sketch that you did in Photobucket! You should sell that as a print :)

    Thanks for inspiring me today!
    blessings,
    karianne

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  8. Your bedroom is exquisite. At first look I thought it was a sunroom. Then I saw your bed. What a beautiful room. My favourite colour is blue and your room suits me to a tea. You did a wonderful job and thank you for the inspiration to complete my own bedroom. Have a wonderful day.

    Kim
    Letters from the Shore

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  9. Love it! You have given me a few great ideas.

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  10. Love what you did to your sunroom -- I love old wicker -- there's something about it that the new stuff doesn't have!

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  11. And that's what its all about.....to smile every time you look at it!!! What a beautiful change!!!

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  12. This is a real WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! It looks fabulous!!!! Where did you get the garden seat? I love it. Can't wait to see the before. BTW, I just went to picmonkey to try to "edit" a picture. Can't get it to work, I am SO clueless:( XO, Pinky

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  13. The blue and white and wicker make for a fabulous room!
    I simply adore everything you did in here~
    What a gorgeous retreat....well done!
    Cindy

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  14. Wonderful! I do like it better than the sectional. That's great that you could sell it and use your wicker. I love all your accent pieces! Your photoshop images look pretty cool...
    Great job!

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  15. Oh Rita, it's just beautiful! You are so talented, I love the seat cushions that you made - love the photo shop experiments too!

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  16. Oh it looks gorgeous and such a wonderful seating area. Beautiful. Hugs, Marty

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