Instead of the usual desk or computer armoire in the 3rd studio makeover, I pulled in this great vintage table from the living room where it had been used as a sofa table. This table was found on the 3rd floor (yes, 3rd floor!) of a mansion in Duluth, MN. Besides it's mahogany finish and its aged-to-perfection patina, this table is especially unique. It folds up! The legs on each end fold into the table top, then the whole thing folds in half. Then you clip it and carry it like a suitcase. An awkwardly sized and heavy suitcase, but you get the picture!
Teamed up with my pair of discounted PB chairs (found at Tuesday Mornings) and pair of coral lamps (found at TJ Maxx), the new workspace features the vintage train station chalkboard from Fessenden, ND. The chalkboard had a previous home in the dining room above the beach cottage cabinet.
What I love about the pieces in this room is that they came from all over the house and garage to create a whole new look in this space...using things I already had! (Well, except for The Sexy Beast that inspired it all!) When you keep only things that you love, you really can mix them together in any room to make a space that reflects your authentic style.
More photos to come!