Tuesday, February 8, 2011

pink pouf

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The girls room just got a little bit more pink. I never knew such a pouf would be so popular around this place. We are undergoing a few updates that I can't wait to share. I finally got around to sending off for an estimate to have that dressing table between the girls bed lacquered. I hope it is not too expensive.

Anybody have experience with lacquering furniture?

27 comments:

Beau Papier said...

Where did you get that fantastic pouf?!

Natalie Cox said...

I'm in the area and do furniture refinishing. I can either spray it with my hvlp sprayer and a high gloss latex or brush on an oil. Neither of those are lacquer...but close...and I'm reasonable :)

The Glam Lamb said...

i saw that exact same pouf (its big) at home goods! it was 59.00 or 79.....

Full House said...

The Glam Lamb got it right..Home Goods for 59.99

Robyn said...

OH MY GAWWWWD! I love the pouf! LOVE it! I have a POUF pillow that gets a LOT of love her from everyone but especially the kids. (I have twins 1 more) Their friends act as though it's the best thing ever made!

Kera said...

you just stop it right now. just stop it.

this blessed nest said...

i big puffy pouf heart you!

xox

Amanda said...

holy love! maybe one day i'll add a little more "pink" to my life. ;)

how could your girls NOT love it?!

Sara Mueller said...

Love the pouf! it is beautiful! And I love Home Goods

quintessence said...

Love your fabulous pouf. Have never had anything lacquered but most definitely love the look!!

The Wizzle said...

Home Goods. Yessssss. I have asked to be taken shopping there (and other places, too, probably) for my birthday. I want a pouf for my son's room, his little "reading nook".

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

Okay, no experience lacquering furny here, but I'm long overdue for a comment as you've been doling out some serious delishness this week.
Gorgeous-glam-bam pouf (go HG! right?) and absolutely divine childrens' rooms below.
Plus, Sophia and that headboard -- huzzah.
Cheers, Alcira

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Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

Amazing!

lemondropdreams said...

Rustoleum makes spray lacquer, but it only comes in a black, white or red. And clear if you want to apply it over a color. It's pretty easy to use, but DO NOT use inside. I learned that the hard way. And, that is the best pouf I've ever seen!!

Erica said...

Adorable! I got my boys a knitted dark grey pouf and have told them they can't sit on it until I take pictures. I'm a meanie huh? Thank goodness I can enjoy a little pink vicariously through you. xo

Heather said...

You can have furniture painted at an auto body shop for the glossy lacquer look. Fun!

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kelleyp said...

Why is there no Home Goods store in Phoenix? why all on the outskirts! ugh. must make trip out of the neighborhood.
get a good refinisher is all i can say. hubby and i tried refinishing ourselves at it is a true nightmare if you want it done right.
good luck can't wait to see the results. great post!

Erin {HuddyP} said...

That pouf is to die. Exactly what I am looking for to sub in for an ottoman in my nursery! Hopefully Home Goods will pull through for me!

Jen@Organized-Design said...

What a fantastic pouf! It's the perfect seating solution!

Sarah said...

This pink pouf is perfection! Cannot wait to see the completed room for your girls. They are lucky little ladies.

Lynda @ Happenstance Home said...

That pouf is adorable and fun!

Bromeliad said...

LOVE the pouf. Wailing over the lack of a Home Goods store.

Mimi said...

I totally saw those at Home Goods and wanted to buy one so bad! Looks darling!

Laura said...
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Laura said...

I deleted my post because I didn't spell "their" correctly. I was too quick with the send button!

I meant to write: Their room looks awesome!! :-)

European Paint Finishes said...

I've been admiring your girls room for a while now. Almost makes me wish we were having twin girls...ALMOST :) -My husband not only refinishes furniture and does quality work but he also uses lacquer. You can check out his work at: europaintfinishes.blogspot.com

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