Come check out the Plaid Rabbit for fun furniture!
You’ll find a whimsical blue secretary, wrought iron candelabras, scalloped table, chair, chalkboard, hutch, dresser, desk/vanity plus stool.
This red chalkboard could serve many different purposes. An acquaintance had a chalkboard for each of her children with a list of their chores and activities that she changed every day. I totally copied her idea and it has been a huge help in keeping my family on track. You wouldn’t need separate chalkboards for each family member, thanks to the generous size of this red chalkboard.
This desk or vanity (it can be either) has a matching stool and cheerful yellow fabric on the drawers and the stool. It would look great in a kitchen as a place to stash bills or the laptop in addition to its more traditional role as a fixture in the bedroom.
After a year or more of being left in my garage, covered by other furniture, this french provincial hutch now resides at the Plaid Rabbit and can either be purchased as is or for a custom makeover.
I love these hefty wrought iron candelabras and think they would be fun hung on either side of a fireplace, front door, on a covered porch or even a bathroom.
Looking forward to seeing you at the Plaid Rabbit!
I’ve had this wonderful side table for years but it has been languishing in my garage for the past six months, so I decided to paint and sell it. It sold in one day at The Plaid Rabbit.
I used silver metallic for the table and stenciled the top in off white paint. I love how it turned out.
A good friend kindly gave me this adorable round table. I love the color that I painted the table ~ Smoke Infusion by Valspar.
I thought the table needed something more, so I glazed a portion in black and didn’t like it. I tried a brown glaze and didn’t like that either nor did I like the opal glaze. It occurred to me that it was fine just as it is.
I love the charming details on the legs, the bottom shelf and the table top.
I picked up this 3 tier hanging shelf at an estate sale, and like my table, it has been collecting dust in my garage for any number of months.
I used the uber expensive Annie Sloan paint for this project, and while it is a lovely creamy paint, I’m not over the moon about it, especially since a quart of it will set you back at least $35. I finished it with a dark coffee metallic glaze.
Visit The Plaid Rabbit to see Cynfully Fun Furniture and be sure to check out all of the wonderful gift items for weddings, graduations, new babies, birthdays, anniversaries ~ you’re sure to find the perfect gift for all of life’s important events.
Here are some Cynfully Fun Furniture pieces at The Plaid Rabbit.