Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Moving Furniture Around!

CHANGES ... this buffet use to be in my craft room for a few years. 
This weekend it made it's new home in our family room!
The TV use to sit on a wicker coffee table, that was suppose to be temporary until I decided what I wanted to do.
Build some cabinets or use a piece of furniture. It took me a long time to decide!
I am pleased with the final results! Before we had thousands of wires showing underneath the coffee table.
Today, NONE! All within the cabinet.
Dusting will be a breeze now!
Little changes can make a big difference!
This is where the buffet table was in my craft room.
**This will now have have a cute sewing area I will show when complete.**
This is what the buffet looked like before I painted it.
It was free!
I love it in the family room!
Thanks for visiting and have a great day!

21 comments:

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Maryjane, wow, that looks wonderful, what a difference.....great job, Francine.

Bernideen said...

You did a great job on the buffet! It looks lovely under the TV and hides the cords so well!

Lorrie said...

What a great transformation. Love the buffet colour.

Cozy Little House said...

I love that piece of furniture it's on. You did a good job painting it.
Brenda

Nanette Merrill said...

I completely approve. What are you going to put in its place in the craft room? Anything?

Ruth Anne said...

It looks great there...fits the tv and the space perfectly!

Karen Frost said...

Such a perfect fit! I love how you took an old piece that was scratched and worn and turned it into a thing of beauty! I love how it looks and I love, love, love your craft room! I could live there! Hugs, xoxo

Createology said...

Excellent transformation and use of a sad ugly orphan piece of furniture. Your sewing area will be divine! Happy Hearts are Creative Hearts...

Patty@Lemon Lane Cottage said...

I love it MaryJane. It is so hard to incorporate that big black box into a pretty room like yours but you did it. Can wait for a good look at your craft space!

Ali said...

Amazing what something as simple as a change of colour does to furniture. I prefer that buffet in white.

Ali

craftyles said...

It is perfect and what a great makeover. We have the same situation for our TV-a niche. I am still deciding about built ins or not-but for now I'm using an antique buffet. I will probably leave it. Yours looks just great!

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

It looks wonderful, Mary Jane! And how nice to have all the wires out of sight! My guys have a black plastic and chrome TV table that I just hate but they refuse to part with it!

Have fun creating your sewing area! ♥

Mimi Sue said...

Love all my free furniture best! Love what you've done with it. Perfect spot for it. Mimi

Mimi Sue said...

PS What color is your family room walls? I'm redoing my living room and searching for the perfect color.

June said...

Hi Maryjane! I can see you have been doing some nesting too. It seems like when spring arrives all I want to do is move stuff around. I love how that buffet looks in your living room. You transformed it so beautifully from what it used to look like! Love it!
I am so excited about your new Etsy-Sew Maryjane...I love that name!
Hope you and your family are doing awesome sweet friend.
many hugs from me...

wendy said...

Awesome job on the refinished job . Fun to "move things around" and find new places to put them.

janice15 said...

It looks lovely...Happy weekend with love Janice

*Shelli* said...

Love it!! Its looks so cute :)

Babs said...

It looks great in it's new place.

Your table in your sewing room is exactly what I'm looking for to use as my desk. lol How funny. I'll have to keep looking.

I think I need to rearrange too.

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

What an awesome job you did on that buffet table!! Looks great with the TV on it!

Debbie

~Sweetpea~ said...

Moving around furniture always gives me a new feeling! A feeling like anything is possible! Love everything thank you for the inspiration :)

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