Swirl End Table

Between the swirls in these legs and the front curves on the body I don’t know where to look first! Another Bombay beauty! My client chose Sherwin-Williams Network Grey with Black Glaze. I love the use of glaze on this piece, so much detail popped out that was hidden before. I updated the hardware and upper brass corner stoppers in bronze.

Bombay Dresser

Initially I was nervous about painting this beauty, my client had her for a very long time and was ready for a change.

Love how this small dresser by Bombay turned out! My client chose to have this gal refinished in Sherwin-Williams Thunder Grey and glazed in Reposed Grey. Original pulls revamped in bronze. Love how it brings the colors out from the top!

Recent Highlights February

Most recent projects! If you missed any of these amazing pieces, please scroll though and check them out! One of them is for sale, you can view her in Shop Selections. I completed a clients living room space! Back in January, I worked on the TV entertainment unit and now I finished the coffee table and end tables this month. Also, my little moved over to a big boy bed with a fresh new red frame! Last but not least, I refinished a French provincial dresser I found during one of my treasure hunts, in a style that I am absolutely obsessed with.

French Provincial Dipped Dresser

As some of you may know, I am a mother of three wonderful sweet boys! I live the ‘girlie decor’ through some of my furniture pieces and that is just alright with me!

Oh my goodness French, dipped and coral?! This gorgeous number has 3 drawers. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Lei Flower and Dipped in Gold. Amazing details glazed in white. Original pulls revamped in gold and glazed in white to match. Check her out she is for sale! Click over to Shop Selections for details!

Emmett’s Bedframe

The baby of the family transitioned into a big boy bed! This frame is a simple wooden headboard, with meaning. My brother grew up using this bed frame. It past down to my nephew, his son, until he out grew what his father once slept in. Now our big boy gets the privilege to use it until he moves on to something a young man would like later in the future.

I asked Emmett what color he wanted. “Wred” was the color. I picked out Sherwin-Williams Heartthrob (how could I not- look at his face) and added two black lines down the center for an additional cool factor look. Sweet dreams little man!