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Door Repurposed (Bookshelf) - My Repurposed Life

I so enjoy seeing your projects! I am not handy with tools, but I can paing and seeing your projects helps me broaden my vision and see things differently and potential where there was none before.
I have to say I love your blog and I love the name of it. I am sure there is a backstory behind it!
Bernice
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Consign Design Diva Episode 1 - Bookshelves at the Old

The Consign Design Diva, Mitzi Richards, interior design and fashion blog, goes into consignment stores and give decorating and fashion tips to help you find...

gotalife gotalife says:
If you need furniture, do you buy new, shop for antiques, go to yard sales...?
...or do you choose something nice from the landfill?
Marianne not Gingerâ„¢ says:
You are sooooo talking to Antique Momma here! Ok some of you know that I am the one woman that was born without a shopping gene nor a decorating gene. So why in the world do I love antiques????...

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