Don't hate, but I recently acquired a full set of Kittinger Mandarin bedroom furniture. The estate was immaculate and the pieces look like they just rolled out of the factory. They have the original, sort of Tiffany blue/green lacquer, and baby these pieces are MASSIVE!
Look for them in the shop within the next week or two!
I love Greek Key motifs when used with restraint. Which probably doesn't surprise you since I have a Thomas Jefferson dining set and rugs from civilizations that don't even exist anymore.
I want to have my way with this amazing goldenrod number:
If you like this look but don't own an oil well or small Middle Eastern country, here are a pair of excellent hacks to try:
Bri used a really blah little dresser and some simple trim:
And made this:
I totally love the colors, but for you minimalists a tone-on-tone paint job would still be really beautiful.
It might go something like this:
That hack inspired Jaimee (whose blog seems to be defunct) to turn this:
This qualifies as super-brilliant because the white IKEA Malm dresser already has a nice, glossy white lacquer finish, and that's just not easy to achieve using a can of spray paint!
Any great projects this weekend?