Sunday, September 2, 2012

Weathered Beadboard Frames

The last few days I have been working on a couple projects that are no where near finished.  One is a small job for a client that is not really blog worthy and the other is a fun re-purpose project that I will share once I finish the darn thing.  

So naturally I got distracted and decided to make some beadboard frames.  


Let me back up.  In case you missed it I have been making beadboard picture frames for awhile now.  I added a tab to my blog to sell them online and I have put them in my shop spaces.   I really enjoy making them.  My stash of beadboard is all pretty newish looking so when I found this weathered beadboard with it's chippy white paint I just had to make some frames with it. 



They look great together



Or mixed with other wood frames.  The white one is not beadboard although it looks like it in the picture. 

I will be taking these down to Abundance Vintage in Centralia in the next week or so to put in my new booth.  Yep, that's right I finally committed to a space instead of just consigning a few pieces here and there. I am very excited about it! I think it is just the right place for me.  If you want to see photos of my booth check out my facebook page.  



 

If you want to see more styles check out the Beadboard Frames tab at the top of my page.  If nothing else you can see how complicated I can make ordering a frame.
Hope you are having a fabulous Labor Day Weekend!


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9 comments:

  1. Your frames are to die for!!!

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  2. Oooo, love them! Chippy white and bead board are an awesome pair!

    How is the shop going over there?
    --Katie

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  3. Love the frames... I do get side-tracked with other easier, simpler things. It's the instant gratification we need!
    great job Mimi!
    gail

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  4. I'm so impressed. To miter one corner would put me in the nut house! These look great. laurie

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