A Little Stool Story

11.14.2013

There once was a little stool. An old very dried out little stool. This little stool had just been tossed aside and was waiting for the right family to come along and rescue it.

After being rescued the stool got some much needed moisture.

After being massaged with Miss Mustard Seed's hemp oil the stool was very happy.

Now the little stool is being used as a little side table to hold books in the farm style guest room.

The little stool is so happy in it's new home with a new job. 

Of course adding the cute little stool meant making another change on the wall. The cow canvas came back out and looks better here than the other art I temporarily hung before.

And while we are in here this is a new little pillow picked up on the last day of the Country Living Fair which is also where the little stool came from.

And they all lived happily ever after.

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28 comments:

  1. That stool looks so cute in your guest room! I love the patina it has. That was a good idea to use the oil on it. Love the cute new pillow too. Perfect for that room!

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  2. That oil made such a difference Kim. I love that stool! XO, Aimee

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  3. Cute stool! I needed that for my sisters pine table….we had to put wax on it 3 times….it was so thirsty!

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  4. The stool is definitely happy in its new home!…She said so!!!

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  5. I haven't tried the hemp oil yet but it looks like it did an amazing job of restoring that little stool. I love that cow picture no matter where you place it and the pillow looks adorable there as well. No worries about blogger Kim I automatically just type an 'S' in my browser and Savvy Southern Style comes up lol. Yep you are one of my daily blog reads :)

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  6. I LOVE using the hemp oil....the stool looks great Kim and I love the cow canvas in that spot too!

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  7. Cute little stool, it looks great in your space:)

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  8. Hi Kimmie! Oh, the little stool is just perfect for your guest bedroom and a massage always works wonderful. Thanks for popping in.
    Be a sweetie,Shelia ;)

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  9. Cute stool, cute story, cute pillow....and styling. My blog is having update issues, too. UGH!

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  10. The stool is so lovely.Do you used that oil much?-love dee x

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  11. The cow and the stool look delightful together. Love all the other touches of welcome for your guests to enjoy.

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  12. Aww it's so cute- love that little stool and it's new spot!

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  13. There's something so charming about vintage stools! I love using them next to a chair too. Perfect spot for your cute stool.
    Mary Alice

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  14. I have a thing for old well-worn wood, so I'm really loving that stool! Oh and I want that cow picture :)

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  15. Now that is a cute stool...it looks great in your guest bedroom!

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  16. First of all... LOVE the room. It is so inviting and pretty. And then... that stool is amazing! What a great transformation. I do love MM hemp oil, but I have never used it to restore any furniture. Great tip... and post!
    Happy day, Kim!

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  17. What an adorable little stool, Kim! I'm visiting my parents for a couple of weeks and noticed my little "helper stool" in the basement from when I was a little girl - I'm thinking it needs to come home with me!:)

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  18. Love the stool and the story :) If you have a minute, stop by and share at my new link party, Everyday Vintage (here: http://heleneslegacy.blogspot.com/2013/11/everyday-vintage-link-party.html). See you there!

    Lisa @ Helene's Legacy

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  19. You can see the soul of the person who made it. Well done!

    xo

    Andie

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  20. Perfect fit and a perfect find! Lovely!

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  21. I do love that room! The stool looks completely different...that hemp oil did the job!

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  22. Love that little stool and the room looks great. I wondered what was going on with your blog. Sometimes I get it and sometimes I don't-and I am already subscribed by email and even that doesn't always show up- Weird! Diana

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  23. Looks great- and was such a cute way of posting it.

    Nicely done, ma'am!!

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  24. What a sweet little stool!

    Jeanine

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  25. Such a sweet little guy, a girl can never have too many!

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  26. **sigh** If you ever get tired of the little stool I'll be happy to send you my address :-)

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  27. That little stool is darned lucky to have been rescued by you. It looks right at home. I LOVE that new pillow!

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