Once upon a time there was a poor widow who lived in a cottage with her only son Jack. . .
. . . Jack climbed up and up until his mother’s cottage looked a mere speck below. . .
. . . Jack snatched up the little brown hen and made a dash for the door.
Each drawer front of the Storybook Bureau is decoupaged with the antique  pages of Jack and the Beanstalk and Other Stories and hand waxed.
Solid wood. Painted in Annie Sloan’s Old White chalk paint, lightly distressed and hand waxed. The top and wooden knobs are stained dark walnut with two coats of polyurethane.

The inside of each drawer is lined with the old dictionary pages and sealed for clean-ability.

approximately 30″w x 17″d x 46″h.
No longer available.

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34 thoughts on “storybook bureau

  1. Oh WOW!!! I'm in love…
    You did a wonderful job on that! Even my hubby (I made him look at it!!) thought it was incredible! I'm so excited that you shared it with us for Pearls and Lace Thursday!
    Now….which dresser can I remake!!???
    Blessings, Doni


  2. This is amazing Analisa! Love what you have done.

    I have a party that begins every Tuesday and I would love for you to come and share this!

    I'm a new follower.


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