About

The name’s Glassman. Julie Glassman. I’m a writer who found a creative and fun outlet in finding, restoring, and selling furniture. This is my laboratory. What follows are my stories…

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15 thoughts on “About

  1. OMG! Had no idea you restored old furniture! I am such a sucker for old tables, shelve and things people leave out on the curb. I’ve learned to control adopting them as I have enough projects! 😉

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  2. Hi there, thought I’d stop by and check out your blog (thanks for your comment on mine) and wow! so impressed! I love picking up old furniture (a habit I inherited from my mum), but I have yet to learn to “do it up”. I did buy two great blue wooden chairs recently that are totally “flea-market fab” and I found a broken rocking chair on the side of the road that a clever carpenter friend was able to fix. It is about a hundred years old and beautiful. Nice to “meet” you!

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    • I’m honestly the last person who one would think would have any handy skills or visual art abilities. Im a writer! But it’s so fun! And you do need space, thats been a big issue for me. Im going to go slam some water in your honor now. 🙂

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      • Yes, I’m a writer (sort of) too. I have always liked “craft” though – making greeting cards and scrapbooks – I love using my hands for that – so it’s just another step up for furniture! Gotta just get me some space. Hope you’re enjoying your water.:)

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      • Do you have a website for your writing biz? You get to use your writing when you write product descriptions! Im assigning you a furniture project. Just one. Is there anything you have in your hone that could stand to be spruced up?

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      • Hi, I don’t have an actual website for my writing/editing, it’s just word-of-mouth at the moment, but that is one of my goals under my “finance” category. I definitely have a few things that could stand sprucing up. One old chair in particular. But I am trying to organise a move to another city over the next few weeks (which depends on a job) so once I’m settled, it’s furniture time!

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