meet ” jubilee”

happy monday friends!! I hope everybody’s week is off to a great start.

I need a little group participation for the first before and after of the week. Teresa and I got together and thought it would be fun to shoot this piece with all different styles of accessories so that you could see how easily you can change things up with just a switcharoo of a piece of art! So , here goes ….. three different looks and three different styles, and I want to hear from you on which one is your favorite look! If you are interested in seeing the artwork up close or perhaps purchasing a piece you can visit here to check it out!

P.S. the fabulous chair IS for sale … the price is 325 and you can find out more by visiting here and clicking on the inventory page! xoxo

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  1. The Eclectic Curio...

    love the grouping together and love that chair!!!

  2. lily pottery

    everything looks amazing!!! my fav is the middle picture.

  3. Judy

    Love the chair! and the sideboard, of course. I like number 2 because the accessories don’t detract from the sideboard.

  4. Kelley Smith Style

    i like the 2nd one. i’m simple like that.

  5. Anonymous

    Is that chair for sale? I love it.

  6. Nicole

    Ooh, I love them all! I think the best setup for highlighting the furniture piece is definitely #2. However, #3 overall is my favorite setup. I love the contrast between the vibrant painting and subtle (but beautiful!) color of the sideboard/dresser.

  7. Laura

    Love your newest “after.” And that armchair is so cool. Is it for sale?

  8. j.US.t chatter

    very lovely! the 2nd setup is my favorite. πŸ™‚

  9. glam.spoon

    I like number one. or is that the one on the top. the first one. you know what i mean.

  10. Holly

    I love the peice!!!! It looks great! I also LOVE that chair! It is a happy thing for me to look at your blog and see all of the fun things you find and make. By the way, there is a mobile/garland of different colored yarn balls or something fun hanging from what looks like your store window several posts back….what exactly is that? It looks like it would be really cute in my daughter’s room.

    Hol Ü

  11. Holly

    Oh, and I like the first one’s table decorations, but the second one’s art best. I think the second one would look cool with a rectangular and ornate old fashioned gold mirror.

  12. Heidi Jo

    Your blog looks great!! I love these groupings and that chair is to die for! I think I like the 2nd best.

    Yeah, I got your e-mail. Thanks for the info! I was actually just thinking about trying to play with my layout today. We’ll see. I’ve tried a few times and given up fast. : )

    Happy Monday!

  13. skB

    love them all. And, someone told me today that she met someone who’s daughter is dating C-bear. Yea. Sit down and call me.

  14. grace

    i am loving this arrangement miss barb!! i actually have a vintage mirror that reminds me of the 2nd piece so i vote for #2!! xoxo
    happy monday.

  15. knack

    Thank you all so much for the feedback! …… I myself am partial to #2 because of the sweetness of it, but also love the contrast of #3 ………. overall though #2 is my favorite and the one that I was the most heavy handed in:)


    hey girl …… good to hear from you:) That was actually a store front in the massachusetts area and they were yarn balls all strung together……. I love them as well, and they would be great in your daughters room! I also think the mirror idea is fantastic … now to find just the perfect one! xoxo


    can’t wait to see what you come up with … I know it will be smashing!:) xo


    so glad we figured out all that confusion:) ……. xoxo

    miss grace,

    how are ya friend? thanks for the input ….. this is the piece I knew you would like!! I wish I had your mirror πŸ™‚ xoxo

    And the chair is for sale ladies!! Click on the art and light links in the post for more info!

    Thanks again for the sweetness!!

  16. Ashton M.

    Where is the art from, or I guess who are the artist?

  17. knack


    You can view the art at …. and click on the inventory page. The artist is here in South Carolina and her name is Cassia ….. this is her self portrait……

  18. grace

    you know me well already πŸ™‚ i absolutely LOVE this piece!! the color, the shape, the distressing…
    everything! πŸ™‚

  19. Geisslein

    I love these “afters”!!!! Great work!

  20. knack

    thank you so much Geisslein , I’m glad you like them πŸ™‚

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