Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Another 2012 Project and the Booth Reveal

Another project for 2012 here at The Comforts of Home is this clock in the picture below.

I want to make it look more like an old Swedish Mora clock, so I plan on painting it similar to the one in the picture below
I love the old chippy grey look of it.

On To The Booth Reveal...

So, I spent the last week setting the booth up at Needful Things Antique Mall in Hendersonville, NC.  Mr. Comforts of Home built some  corner walls and hung some rods, so that I  could hang drop cloth curtains to define my space.

Some of you are familiar with my other blog, Flea Market Makeovers, that I started last May.  The reason I started that blog was to show tutorials and makeovers of flea market finds.  I planned on opening up a booth to sell my repurposed "finds".

If you want to see how the booth looks, head on over to Flea Market Makeovers, just click HERE.
Welcome Home,
Penny

15 comments:

  1. you'll make your clock look even better than the sample pic, I have not a doubt about that..

    wishing your the greatest luck with your booth.

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  2. The clock will look wonderful made over like your inspiration picture! Can't wait to see it!

    Your booth looks terrific! Best of luck!

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  3. Hi Penny,
    Oh how I love a white washed clock. My sister and I have been looking at Swedish Mora Clocks, funny you would post about it. I can't wait to see how your clock comes out. Perfect I bet. I went over to see your booth and it looks wonderful. I wish I lived new NC I would be over to shop. Best of luck! and Happy New Year to you and your family.
    Big hugs, Elizabeth

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  4. Can't wait to see what you do with the clock! I love the inspiration piece!

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  5. The clock is going to be beautiful in that shade! I can't wait to see it! I just saw your booth and I love it!! I know you will do well!

    XO,
    Jane

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  6. I need to know your secret for getting Mr. C to let you paint all the furniture. I mentioned painting the wood bookcase in the living room yesterday and I thought I would have to get the smelling salts out for Earl. It isn't that I don't love wood...I just love painted wood more;>)
    And yes,I think the the clock would look fabulous painted like that!

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  7. Oh my gosh Penny that is one makeover I cannot wait to see!!

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  8. Your home is so beautiful. Love the windows and all that light. Can't imagine your bravery at tackling the clock. I know it will turn out beautifully.

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  9. Someday Penny that is what I want to get. A mora clock...I saw a bunch of them at Brimfield and most were grey or creme. I think your clock would look beautiful like that.

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  10. I can only imagine what you will do with that clock. I hope that you enjoyed your booth at the antique mall. Now I will click to see your flea market makeover.

    Karen

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  11. Hello... I'm your latest follower and I'd like to invite you over to visit and follow me. Gotta say, I love the redo of the clock..omg, isn't it the best? Grey and so interesting. Love your idea. xoso Sandy

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  12. What a fun project this will be Penny, looking forward to seeing how it turns out.

    The booth..................perfect, and I must get there!
    Mary X

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  13. Can't wait to see the clock completed and the armoire. Looks like two fun projects. I am going to your other blog to checkout your booth, I recently opened a booth and I love seeing other pictures of bloggers booths!
    Eileen@ cottage beach house

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  14. Your clock looks like the perfect candidate for this makeover, Penny! Very similar in style, too.

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  15. Looking forward to the finished product!

    Hugs!

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