This past weekend I spent some time revamping my enclosed front porch. You see, I kind of spent the entire winter shoving stuff out there to get it out of the way. It was a mess. With spring officially here, I felt the need to get it cleaned out. I also took advantage of the situation and decided to swap out some furniture. Remember the black cabinet from my former craft room? Well, I wasn’t quite ready to get rid of it after all. So, I moved it into the spot that was formerly occupied by a little pale green painted washstand.
So now, the washstand
is for sale (SOLD!).
And then, it obviously would be silly to have two display hutches out on the porch …
so I decided the white one had to go. So now, it is
for sale also (SOLD).
And since I was getting rid of the white hutch, I also decided to move on from my chintzware collection that was formerly housed in this hutch.
So I posted an ad for it on craigslist. I have no idea if things like this sell on craigslist, or really even at all. Floral china is no longer terribly popular. Hopefully I can find another collector out there who wants to add to their collection.
For the moment, I’m not sure what I’m going to put in the space where the white cabinet sat. I am quite sure that I will come across the perfect piece at some point though. I’ll know it when I see it.
But meanwhile, the black cabinet turned out to be the perfect spot to display my vintage cameras.
And some of my other black and white stuff.
I added some new H & M Home throw pillows into the mix.
I don’t think I’ve ever pointed out the reading light over my chaise lounge. I cobbled it together using an old clamp on shop light with half of an old minnow cage for a shade.
And now the front porch is spruced up and ready for spring.
If you are interested in the washstand, the chintzware or the hutch, please feel free to leave a comment or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.