When my husband and I visited Paris in 2015, one of my favorite things we did was visit the Paris Flea Market.
One of the shops had a wall that had shelves, floor to ceiling, filled with antique coffee grinders.
And, so began my collection.
I bought one coffee grinder there at the Paris Flea Market and have collected more over the years. They have been scattered about in my kitchen and dining room. But, when I came across some beautiful corbels I knew that was going to give me an opportunity to bring them all together.
To make shelves that would match the finish of the corbels, I started by giving some boards a wash of Dixie Belle paint in the color, Caviar.
Then I took a scrap block of wood, dipped it in the color Drop Cloth, & dragged it across the board to create a chippy, weathered finish
I started with three shelves but hope to add a couple more.
This is just part of my collection...
And, this is the one that started it all...
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