But here's a wee bit I did over the weekend. I'm preparing to gut my bedroom closet and re-do it. Part of the equation is moving the door mirror to the closet door from the small hallway between the living room and bedroom. I really like having a mirror in that hallway, though, so I picked up a new one over the weekend to stick there, since I didn't have one large enough for the space.
That's also the Victorian plant stand that I'm in the middle of refinishing. It's not done yet, but it won't be a big deal to put Garden Buddha on the floor for a day when I'm ready to finish refinishing it (it's been scrubbed, partially stripped, and sanded smooth. It just needs a stain touch-up and to be re-sealed). Garden Buddha still has a broken arm, but, for the time being I'm just imagining him as the Bodisattva of amputation. ;)
I like that. I do not like, however, the way these two small tables with things hanging over them are so similar, and so close to each other. It feels like doing a double-take every time I look towards this doorway.
I also miss this:
Not the colors, but I loved having that hallway full of artwork and photographs. And I liked this whole-hallway collection far better than the more linear and cleaned-up version I did when I first painted the living room gray: