My blanket storage basket found a home at the end of the family room sofa......
My $3 yard sale basket was a plain Jane when I bought her........but with the addition of paint, trims, and landscaping . she is eye candy now!
Just flip the lid and and there are plenty of lap blankets to take the evening chill off.
I covered the roof with one of the sheer drapery panels that I took down when the hallway got a makeover.
Glittery trims, a crocheted front porch, flower wreath for the door, rose shrubbery under the windows, and a bench were added to the front of my blanket basket.......
Now that's a wonderful makeover!! I love how you dressed up your blanket house! Just beautiful!!ReplyDelete
I've never seen one like that...what a find!!! Such a pretty makeover!!ReplyDelete
LOVE it!! What a great transformation!! And a perfect accent to your Pink Lady from the previous post!!
I love your entire home! Because of you, I found a Victorian hose wall plaque at a thrift store. I mentioned yours in my blog post.ReplyDelete
That should be house not hose! :-)ReplyDelete
I adore this, especially the "rug" at the front door. Functionality always catches my attention, as in your use for throw storage.ReplyDelete
How wonderful. Beautiful to look at and an unusual use for it. Very creative, of course.ReplyDelete
This looks so fun and I love how it looks like a doll house but it's really made for storage! Awesome!ReplyDelete
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Oh, Penny, it's adorable! What a sweet job you made of it and it does look like a doll house. So glad you've shared it with us.ReplyDelete
Hi Penny. Gorgeous as always. I wish I had your knack for finding treasures. It looks just like a doll house. My little ones would love love love this.ReplyDelete
This is such a neat idea! :)ReplyDelete
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I love decorative things like this that double as storage! Thanks for joining us at #FridayFrivolity this week!ReplyDelete
Too cute Penny!ReplyDelete
Penny you find the most charming treasures. You gave it the perfect makeover and it is perfect to store blankets fashionably. Thank you so much for sharing at Snickerdoodle.ReplyDelete
This is such a great idea to use this for basket storage. I really love how you updated it as well with the white paint and all the special details.ReplyDelete
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What an adorable basket for blankets! I love your makeover, it is so pretty! I'd like to feature this tomorrow at Tuesdays with a Twist! -Marci @ Stone Cottage AdventuresReplyDelete
So cute! I would not have thought to make it into a blanket basket, just lovely! HugsReplyDelete