I first got into restyling furniture in an effort to make "nice furniture" out of junk because we couldn't afford "nice furniture," (and because I'm a cheapskate). But after a while when we could finally afford a little more I still preferred the furniture I was creating because it was uniquely me. No where in a store could someone exactly replicate a room in my home and I love that. Sometimes, however, my house gets a little tight and I have to down size. Either that, or I just find a cool piece of furniture and want to restyle it even if I don't have a place for it. I just can't seem to pass up anything unique and unusual.
Such was the case when I found this bed. It didn't look like this of coarse, when I bought it. But, what was unique about this piece was that there was 2 of them!!! Since I had 2 boys who shared a room- I thought, "Bingo!" Sometimes though, things change and not long after my "ah-ha" moment we split up the boys into their own rooms and the need for 2 matching twin beds went amiss.
|One is great...|
|I can't seem to get enough turquoise these days! I also LOVE how the glaze brings out the detail.|
|But, TWO are even better!!!|
|I also like how they are low to the ground. Great for little kiddos.|
|Will they be for sale? YES, and I suppose they wouldn't have to be sold as a set, but I certainly would love it if they were. Drop me a comment if your interested. Or, find my ad on the OKC Craigslist under furniture. |
Here is the low-down:
80"L X 40"W X 41"H (top of headboard)
|Did I mention I also have these matching shutters?|
|They would fit perfectly in a 36" window.|
|Great antique porcelain knobs.|
|Dimensions: As a pair they are 36" W X 28"H|