Saturday, June 25, 2011


Before pressure washing.
After pressure washing, while scraping & repairing.

After scraping, just starting primer coat.
TA DA! The Victorian Lady shines!
All done 6/24/2011

Sunday, June 19, 2011


The painting has begun ... here's the progress so far ... she's looking like that Victorian Lady someone created her to be again!

Tuesday, June 14, 2011


Here's just some more terrific items we have for sale at the Loft! We ship smalls. Large pieces of furniture are available for pick up only. 
As you can see, we offer a wide range of styles in our shop. We especially like primitive & cottage decorating, and it shows! :) I am away from the store today (paint is being scraped off the front so we are closed) and I cannot remember the prices at this moment. I will be happy to let you know after I return to the store on Thursday.

Nice old buffet painted black. Pretty depression era glassware on top.
The pottery crock on the left is actually a butter churn, missing the lid & churn, but it's still a great 3 gallon crock! Tim painted the small wooden butter churn to look primtastic, even though it's not very old. The green wooden basket is actually dovetailed and has a tree branch for a handle.
I particularly love this old, beat up doll baby carriage. Just needs an antique doll or two to make it perfect!
This is pretty Depression era glassware.
Lovely hobnail milk glass sugar bowl.
This "epergne" makes a perfect centerpiece! Fill the lower part with fruit & place flowers in the top. It comes apart into three pieces.
This is a wonderful cane bottom rocker! Superb condition!