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Don’t Leave Me Hanging / Chippy Vintage Chairs

Monday, August 11th, 2014
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Happy Monday Everyone!

I got to bring hubby home from the hospital yesterday.

He’s doing great…. just will take a while to get all healed up.

Thank you for your prayers…could you keep them coming for awhile….I think we’re on each others nerves already.

I edited these photos from the Nashville Flea Market July shopping trip last night.

I admit to being a little tired… just photos without commentary.

The photos are the best part anyway!

Don’t Leave Me Hanging  Chippy Vintage Chairs Petticoat Junktion Junking Trip Nashville Flea Market

 chippy vintage chairs


Red and White Adirondack Chairs Petticoat Junktion Junking Trip Nashville Flea Market (3)



painted furniture Petticoat Junktion Junking Trip Nashville Flea Market (13)



colorful painted furniture Petticoat Junktion Junking Trip Nashville Flea Market (15)



gray dresser Petticoat Junktion Junking Trip Nashville Flea Market (16)

I also spotted a lot of good junky, rusty stuff…just thought I would share painted furniture today.

I went into my workshop last night and painted a cute little, very bright piece…hope to have it photographed today so I can share it tomorrow.

Which one of these pieces did you like best?

I promise to read every comment and reply to as many as I can.

Have a great day, Kathy

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23 Responses

  1. Love that sideboard (third pic down) – or whatever you call them in the US! Looking forward to seeing your pics tomorrow, too – I’m new to your blog, only started looking about 2 weeks ago, and I really like it!

  2. Laura Strack says:

    So glad the hubby is home. Yay! I too love that sideboard, but the one in the very last pic caught my eye. I can only imagine the before pictures; dark and gloomy!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Inspiring photos and choices! Last pic a WOW…knowing the cast away volumes of outdated “mediterranean” pieces out there for renewal. Also a Nashville “junker and antique boother”…. though limping along after an extensive hospital stay :), I send arm loads of good wishes and blessings for you and your hubby. Your site’s super!

  4. Patty says:

    So glad hubby is home and doing well. My favorite piece is the painted buffet, I wouldn’t do a thing to it.

  5. Mary Nell says:

    So glad your husband is home and doing well. Will keep up the prayers.
    I’m torn between the dresser with the shell and the last picture.
    However, I’m more intrigued with the red buggy wheel that is partially showing in the first picture. I was watching Flea Market Flip this weekend and one couple used a similar one and made a gigantic wall clock. What fun for a loft or large great room!!

  6. Paula Pugh says:

    Kathy, love the sideboard. I’m so thankful to have found you. I’m 60 and I follow many blogs, but they are mostly written by young talented women. You are so young at heart, and talented, but a little closer to my age. I just started following you a week ago. Prayers going out for you and your husband.

    • Kathy Owen says:

      Oh Paula, so glad you are here….hugs! I’m old and I don’t know about talented but I like what I do and I love reading what you guys have to say. Thanks for the prayers.

  7. chris aka monkey says:

    kathy so glad the blog response sends you loveys today… best thing i know for getting on each others nerves is to invest in a baby monitor or walkie talkies and stay away from each other lol if he needs you he can talk over the device and like i said before don’t worry about this blog we all love you and will be right here waiting for you when you have time or energy to do it xx

    • Kathy Owen says:

      Thanks Chris. After last night we both decided to sleep in separate beds! But seriously. he was having a lot of pain, talking in his sleep, and moving around a lot. He went to our comfy couch in the living room about 5 this morning. It is lower than our bed and easier to get in and out of without needing assistance or hurting himself. Also called the doc and she added something to his list for pain control. We’re both hanging in there 😉

  8. Janet says:

    Loved the distressed chest with the shell! Also loved the distressed headboard shown with the quilt. Having problems with my computer link… glad I was able to find you again. Need to get this thing fixed. Missing your posts!

  9. Ruth says:

    Glad Hubby is home, love the chippy chairs!!!

  10. Emma says:

    Found you via the Hopping on the Blogland Tour and I am glad I did – your blog is lovely! Following you via Bloglovin! :)

  11. Rose L. says:

    You can deliver it all to my house! LOL
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  12. Beth says:

    Those vintage chairs on the wall….SWOON!!!!!! Fabulous!
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  13. Suzan says:

    Oh those chairs are just fabulous – WOW !!!
    Wish I had a wall big enough to do that – maybe outside?
    Gorgeous !
    ( getting caught up, can you tell :)
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  14. Suzan says:

    I’ve subscribed again by feedburner – let’s hope it works this time
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