"Back when I was in high school my parents bought me a vanity," says Shonee at Hawthrone and Main. "I really loved using it. I would sit in front of it every day when I would get ready in the mornings." While Shonee no longer uses the vanity, she decided that she still wanted it in her home. Recently, she gave it a makeover.
Over at The Salvaged Boutique, Kathy tells us, "Last year I was dressed in a suit, heels on, make up done, good hair day. And then I drove by a neighbor’s house and saw farm tools, antiques AND furniture…curbside for garbage day!"
At Mommy Is Coocoo, Amanda and her husband have been finishing up a bath renovation. As part of the process, the large, unframed mirror over the vanity needed to come down. The contractor was going to charge them money to remove and dispose of it, but Amanda had other plans.
Maria blogs at Greenhill Lane Designs. She's had this beautiful vintage bedroom set that belonged to her grandmother for almost as long as she can remember. "I grew up with it in my bedroom, so it has a special place in my heart," she explains.
Jessica blogs at Mom 4 Real, and she's been busy working on her daugther's "big girl room". She caught a lucky break when it came to furnishing the room by finding this dresser and vanity set along the side of the road.
Leah at Dickey's Decor is lucky that her co-workers know what makes her tick: one of them texted her the address where this old vanity was sitting at the curb. It was a while before Leah could make her way across town to find it, but it must have been meant to be, because this gorgeous, solid wood piece was still there waiting!
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