My husband came home with a gorgeous chair a couple of months ago that sparked a desire in me to build a writing desk to accessorize it. Knowing I was going to put that desk in our living room, rather than our den, I decided to give the whole space a redo.
Pottery Barn for $600!! I don't know about you but that's a little out of our budget. :)
To build the desk, I followed the same plan as my rustic kitchen table. However, since I wasn't going for a rustic style with the desk and instead, a more polished look, I attached the apron (sides) to the inside of the legs at the joint (instead of the outside) using L brackets, as shown in the photo below, very similar to how I built my dining room table.
Hammers and High Heels mentioned a great place to buy them in this post. Thanks Carla!
wall art I made for hubby for Father's Day. What do ya think?
retro surfboard console table so much that I didn't want to put anything on it, other than this fan cause I didn't want to cover it up. It's so fun!
P.S. If anyone is wondering......the paint on the walls is Manchester Tan by Benjamin Moore. Also, linking up with The Lettered Cottage today! Come join the fun!