What to do with an old Armoire!

I recently found an armoire on FB Marketplace for free.  Yep FREE!!!
I have no business getting a big ole' armoire even if the price is right at FREE!

I could not resist and I had all kinds of thoughts swirling through my mind of what I might re love this armoire into for this tiny house.
Another reason why I should not have gotten a large armoire I live in a tiny house!!!

When I showed Terry the armoire I "purchased" for free he gave me the look and said where is that going to go?
Exactly I said to him that was my question to myself as well!   
Then I began to tell him I have a plan for this old beautiful hunk of wood cabinet.  Again I got the look.  

I think he words were " You really mean you have a plan for me with this hunk of wood?"  Don't you love when they are getting your drift lol!!  

Then I reminded him about all his lovely tools he holds so dear and near to his heart and smiles when he gets to use them.
Ha!!! I had him there!!!

This is a picture of the lovely beast of an armoire.
I loved the beautiful base and crown molding on this armoire.
I am using her pics from her selling ad.   You really cannot see the pattern of the detail but it was grapes and leaves.  While it looks pretty from a distance in this picture up close not so much.
That will be amended during the re love.


This is the armoire open.  The lady that gave this away used it for a computer station.  I have a bigger dream for this piece.
Stay tuned.  We are working on this big ole' hunk of furniture as I write this post.  Hoping soon to show you how it is re loved with new purpose and beauty.
Have a great week ahead.

PS:  I want to thank all of you for your continued prayers for my mom.  We see her doctor and the pulmonologist on Tuesday and we hope the tests will be back with answers.  I believe in the power of prayer and I appreciate each of you for sharing your caring hearts in prayer for my mom.


10 comments

  1. Looking forward to seeing what you do with that armoire!

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  2. I'm anxious to see what you and Terry create with the armoire. I know it will be fabulous.

    Prayers continue for your mom.

    Hugs,

    Cindy

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  3. Can't wait to see how you and Terry transform the old armoire! Will continue to pray for your mom and all your family. A serious illness affects everyone. xoxo

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  4. Kris, I want to see the magic that you and Terry will cast on this piece. It is a nice sturdy armoire . I am praying for your mom. Blessings to you and yours, xoxo, Susie

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  5. YAHOOOOOOO I love your mind. Our husbands, if they all got together, would probably have many stories to tell about their wives!!!!!!!

    Kris....this piece is perfect on so many levels. First, it was FREE. Secondly, it has components that I know the genius Mr. Terry will transform!

    OK now you have me waiting on pins and needles here!

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  6. Prayers for your Mom, I'm so glad she has a wonderful daughter. I just love that armoire; I can't wait to see the finished pictures. Stay safe.

    Constance

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  7. I am so curious as to see what you make with the armoire Kris. I'm praying that your mom is ok and that she will have a full recovery from her health issues.

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  8. I cannot wait to see what you guys do with this huge armoire! I am trying to imagine where you put this in your house! :-)

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  9. Special wishes for your mom's health to improve. Such scary times we live in...and worrying about loved ones makes it even harder.
    The armoire IS HUGE! It will be fun to see where it lands and in how many pieces, lol. I can see you dissecting this into some wonderful Bits, Sandi

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  10. I cannot wait to see what you do! It will be FAB!

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