What a week!!
This week our winner is receiving a beautiful necklace from YesterYears Jewels!
YesterYears Jewels has a beautiful Etsy shop FILLED to the brim with gorgeous handmade jewelry! Hop on over and check it out!
Thank you YesterYears Jewels for sponsoring this beautiful prize!
So who will win the above mentioned necklace?
The winner is...... (drumroll please....)
once again! With their lovely Mismatched dining room!
They received 432 votes (18%)
and the RUNNER UP is........
with her awesome BINGO BOARD!
She received 250 Votes with 12% of the votes.
Now comes the time to say goodbye to yet another contestant. :(
I am in complete shock over this one....
Amy at WhisperWood Cottage will be leaving the compeition :(
She is hands down one of my favorite blogs in all of blogland and one of the first people I asked on board. I'm soooooo sad that she has to leave!
Here she is introducing to us next week's theme: "OLD"
(after seeing the following post, you will no doubt feel as despressed as I do)
AMY- take it away
A salvaged school door paired with a set of salvaged barn flat track equals the new doorway to my walk-in closet! I have never been more excited about decorating as I was when we started the makeover of our master bedroom. This door is one of the reasons! And it's mine, all mine! [cue maniacal laughter here]
The Door. I found the door last summer at the garage sale of my friend, Sue@JunkMarket Style. It was a project in Sue's house that inspired me to do this in my own house (she is a never-ending source of inspiration for me!). It turns out that Sue had gotten the door from my other friend, Cammie@Daffadowndilly's, a few years back. Cammie had rescued it from a building remodel on the Wayne State College campus in Wayne, NE. How cool is that?!
The Barn Flat Track. When Ron mentioned to his dad that we were looking for some flat track to hang some doors we had found, he said, "What about the tracks from Amy's parents?" I didn't know what he was talking about. My parents had torn down a dilapidated barn (circa late 1800s) several years ago. During that process, Ron's dad came to take the wood so that he can make mirrors and frames, etc. Turns out that he had also grabbed the flat track and rollers. They ended up in Ron's parents' shed...awaiting someone like me to put them to use! It was meant to be! THE PROCESS
We had to give the door a bit of TLC using a scraper followed by a treatment with tung oil. Then we measured out where the rollers would go. We pre-drilled the holes and mounted the rollers to the door. After mounting the track to the wall, we simply lifted the door into place. THE FINAL RESULT
For me, this door is a perfect piece of jewelry for the room. It is beautiful, functional, and full of character. For more photos, information about the process, or to see the matching door on the entry to the master bath, please visit us at WhisperWood Cottage!
Amy, we love you and thank you so very much for being apart of So You Think You Can Decorate!!!
See you all tomorrow night for Week 3!
We'll also be having a giveaway for all you lovely viewers from The Rusted Chain so you won't want to miss it!