You might remember that while we were living in Padova we updated a brass chandelier with a bright coat of blue spray paint. Well, that was actually our second attempt of painting that sort of material.
Matteo’s father had a brass floor lamp: it needed an update. We thought that the finish was actually fine and the lamp was actually in really good conditions, it probably needed a light polish. Continue reading →
My husband’s parents had a really nice and sturdy dresser/buffet in their living room. It was huge. Approximately 2 meters long, 50 cm deep and more than 1 meter height but its six drawers and a door on the left side of the full height of the dresser gave a great storage space (sorry I don’t have a picture of the piece has it used to be, but I think you might get an idea looking at the pictures). Continue reading →
We have a really simple bedroom: white wardrobe, wooden bed and sidetables in a light shade, a white kneeling stool we found in Spain and refreshed with some DIY [check out this post], long white curtains. So we needed color! Continue reading →
Since my dad is a sommelier (for a hobby) Matteo and I have learnt in the last years to appreciate good wine. We have really different tastes, although we do coincide in loving Franciacorta, a white sparkling wine produced in the homonym Italian area. This was actually the main wine we served at our wedding. Continue reading →
Matteo’s parents had an old doorstop: a very 90’s and heavy metal owl. We needed a doorstop for the terrace door that wouldn’t stay open and finding a cute doorstop is quite hard. So I thought of making a good use of it since my parents-in-law didn’t want it anymore. Continue reading →