Honey's Treasures

Honey's Treasures

Saturday, March 21, 2015

New Designs.

Newest furniture.

Two Tree Doors LINK.
 Shelves on left and cubbies on right.
One Tree Door LINK.
Without Doors LINK.
Rustic Bench/Table LINK.

Friday, March 20, 2015

Some New Items for Honey's Treasures Shop

We've been busy working on some new designs for shelving.

Here's a few samples;
Link HERE.
This cute little shelf we designed shown above and below (in a set of two side by side) is made from some very old fence wood that was surrounding a one room schoolhouse in Kansas.  We bought this wood awhile back and are just now getting to show it.  We're excited to introduce this wood to you.  It's got tons of character.
The shelf below is our newest design for our floating box shelves.  The one shown is made using pine wood and distressed in White with a decorative trim on the front.

Very Shabby Cottage Chic.
Link HERE.
A taller shelf than normal to showcase some pretty details.  You can choose from the decorative trim shown or hand carved love birds or starfish.

The shelf below is our standard box shelf, 5.25 deep x 4 tall shown in a 48 inch length.  Color shown is Black and this shelf is shown with a plate groove along the top for decorative plates or artwork.
Link HERE.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Rustic Old Wood Floating Wall Shelf

Here is the LINK.
Showing Rustic Old Wood.  The color, cracks, knots, holes, etc., can vary, it's reclaimed wood.

Sunday, March 15, 2015

New Cabinets and Whatnot

New Cabinet Design for our living room is listed HERE.
Shown in Rustic Wood Wash.
See most of our colors HERE.
New Quail Cabinet in my bathroom is listed HERE.
I cleaned house today and rearranged some tables and artwork for our home.

Saturday, March 7, 2015

San Francisco Day Trip

Last Tuesday we went to the city to hang out with our friends, Janice and Gary.  Since Gary grew up in San Francisco, and knows it like the back of his hand, he did the driving which gave Michael the opportunity to just sit back and relax.  Mike enjoyed that.
We drove around.
Went to China Town.
Saw the Tiled Steps on 16th and Moraga.  Just a short walk away from these, are another set of tiled steps.  Sadly, we didn't see these though which are located at; 16th between Lawton and Kirkham.
Gennessee and Staples.
This ring of characters gave me an idea for a fun project of my own.
Gary took us to view the city to a place we'd never been.  What a fantastic view.
Twin Peaks view.
The Mission District:  Balmy Alley Murals.  Fantastic and fun artwork all over this neighborhood alleyways.  Gary took us down Balmy Alley.
Hi there, we're looking for Vermont Street, think we missed a turn somewhere.  Can you help us?    
San Francisco's lesser known (and most crookedest) street, Vermont Street.
Just a pretty view I captured while walking down Vermont Street.  
There goes Gary and Jan.
Just a pretty tree in bloom and some pretty steps.