Once the back drop got painted (which raised a few eye brows), I was able to move around the furniture and then proceeded to unpack all the tubs of things that I decided not to keep of Mom and Dad's. There are even pieces that are from my grandma (mom's mom) and granny (dad's mom) that need to find a new loving home instead of being squirrelled away in a storage unit. But it really is bittersweet.
Aren't these wonderful?
Some old books, still life painting, and an old salty dog carved out of wood.
Pretty brass lamps with embossed flower detail, all I did is clean them up and wipe down the shade.
The mirror use to be attached but no longer. It looks much better on it's own (and hanging higher) and I gave it a different finish.
This is a nice sized curio cabinet, filled with perfect condition glassware and collectibles, most of it all over 50 years old (if not more).
My granny's Singer sewing machine
I want to extend a huge thank you to every member of my family that has supported me in this new venture! I couldn't have done it without them.
Rangeline Antique Mall