SaTurDaY sTyLe LinK ParTy

I love Saturday mornings when you don't have to be anywhere......no kids birthday parties or sporting commitments.

Coffee with my husband even tastes better when we can sit back in our pyjamas and savour it slowly......

My painting wrist is still out of action so the makeover reveal I had planned will have to wait until next Saturday......it's a gorgeous outdoor table just big enough for the four of us to eat al fresco this Summer and enjoy the water views which we will have any day now! I have an installation date for the pool and it's not too far away!!!

I am however after suggestions on how to make over this vintage find......what should I do with this great wooden ladder? Any ideas???


Now it's over to you......show me what you've been up to!

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And if anyone knows how to make a button please let me know.

19 comments:

  1. Funnily enough I have two old ladders that I'm not sure what to do with. I'll be watching what you do with interest. BTW Loving your Saturday Link party, thank you for organising. xT


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    1. Thanks Toni,
      I was hoping you'd go first ;O)
      Tania xx

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  2. HI Tania

    I saw onw used as a book shelf recently. It's on my DE FB page. It was all in pinks but your would need to be blues I think.
    Have a great weekend.
    Carolyn

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    1. I saw that this morning Carolyn.
      It looks amazing!!!
      Tania xx

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  3. i think i like your ladder as it is. i love the writing on it. i saw coastalhomelove recently whitewashed a ladder, looked great!
    x

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    1. I like the writing too so maybe I'll just decorate it as is or maybe whitewash it ;O)
      Tania xx

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  4. Thanks for hosting.
    I have a really big ladder that it just a little too big, but yours looks perfect. I would use it as an outdoor Christmas tree over the holidays and then use it as a shelf afterwards.

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    1. Fairy lights might just do the trick ;O)

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  5. Hey Tania :) Awesome ladder! I think old ladders are great just on their own, maybe with a little string of fairy lights or a vase of flowers, perhaps a few books and shells, not overloaded with practicality, if you know what I mean. Anyhoo, have a good weekend and thanks for hosting this linky.
    Cas x

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  6. am loving the outdoor xmas tree idea...even indoors would be great....paint her white , doll her up, put presents on the rungs....cute....after xmas???....shabby chic stairmaster!
    hope your having a good weekend....exciting news about the pool!
    Al x

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    1. Thanks Allison,
      I can't believe how excited I am about the pool ;O)
      1 week to go!!!
      Tania xx

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  7. Maybe your ladder could be used to hang wet towels by the new pool :) A new pool is so exciting! Thanks for stopping by and inviting me to your party. I'm looking forward to checking out many of the projects.

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    1. Thanks so much Petie,
      You're the first American to join the party and I'm sooooo glad you did.
      My Grandma was American from Carpinteria, California ;O)
      Have a great day!!!
      Tania xx

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  8. I love your ladder - I've seen one put on its side, up on the wall and used a s book shelf which I thought looked great!

    I've painted mine, but it didn't have the great print your has!

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  9. Great ladder - I like it wooden as is, perhaps with a bit less of the splattered paint... am interested to see how you style it up...

    Was in need of a bit of an interiors fix this arvo so decided to pop over here for a little catch up... x

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  10. Hi Tania :) Love your ladder... aren't they great! I white washed mine to keep the lovely character (linked up last week)... I love the printing on yours! Have a great week lovely. Jo xx

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  11. I would say white wash too so it doesn't over power the lovely printing but a powder blue colour would look fab too. Best of luck!

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It was so sweet of you to say HeLLo......ThanKs for stopping by.
Tania Maree xx