Sofa Table

A very plain Jane turned into a rustic Beauty. This sofa table had two glass panels on the top and my client asked that I put wood slats on the top to create a farmhouse feel as well as added support.

Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Useful Grey and distressed for a farmhouse charm. The top I installed wood slats and stained them in Minwax Walnut.

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Hutch

One solid massive piece that I needed help moving around to refinish. Once I took off the doors and removed the shelves it lighten the load a little but still a heavy piece!

My client had her colors picked out when she dropped her hutch off and knew exactly what she wanted. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Software and glazed in Cyberspace. Original hardware revamped in Black. Simple. Gorgeous.

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Entryway Cabinet

Available for purchase! Click over to Shop Selections. This lovely piece is perfect to be used as an entry way piece or small buffet.

Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Porpoise 
and glazed in Urbane Bronze. Hardware is brass library card catalog pulls that you can place tabs in or not. The top is stained using Weathered Oak with a grey wash.

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Lingerie Cabinet

Continuing on with my clients bedroom set. This lovely lingerie cabinet is up next. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Snowbound and lightly glazed in Turkish Coffee. Leaving the top as is, as well as leaving the hardware original. Love how this look just brightens up these pieces!

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Dresser

Word of mouth is such a huge compliment to me and I absolutely appreciate it! This client came to me, referred by her friend, to have her entire bedroom set refinished.

First piece up is her dresser. This piece has an open top section area for the TV box and DVR devices, which I thought is perfect to maintain the top of your dresser and to minimize clutter.

Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Snowbound and lightly glazed in Turkish Coffee. The top is left untouched and original. The hardware was cleaned.

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Dining Table

I had the opportunity to learn something new! My client loves her dining table, it belonged to her mother once apon a time. She was tired of the honey color stain. She purchased new chairs and wanted the table to match.

When receiving the table I quickly found out the top was formica made to look like wood. So it just couldn’t be stained. Not wanting to ruin my clients dreams of a different color stain I suggested we place a veneer over the existing top so we can stain it in any color.

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A few things that my client wanted to change was the wavey part of the table edge. She wanted to do without that and make it more modern and straight.

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After taking off a layer on the sides and using a bevel to clean up the angle and make everything seamless

I have never added a veneer top so the challenge was welcoming. Don’t get me wrong, I was completely nervous! I had both my father and husband help me glue and place the veneer top on three different sections so we still had the leaf option. As well as making sure the wood grain matched up, after cutting the sheet down to size. I pulled out the old dowells that were broken in the leaf and replaced them to fix any gap problems when closing the table together.

New veneer!

She was coming along nicely! Once my clients chairs came in I ran over and picked one up to color stain match for that perfect finish.

Mixing a little of this and a little of that 😉

Refinished in a solid sleek look using Sherwin-Williams Tricorn Black for the base and stained the top in a custom smokey walnut stain. Same table, different look!!

Client Photos

I enjoy the process of refreshing, from start to finish. The prep all the way through to the staging. What really makes my heart skip a beat, is when you send me your client photos!

You can tag me in most media platforms, as well as send me your photos and I can share them here for the world to see! Here are a few, and as I get more I will update them on this post and place this post up top for easy access. Enjoy!

Armoire

This piece belongs to my mother and she has it in her courtyard to house the pool floaties, sunscreen and miscellaneous garden supplies. It was beautiful before, but she wanted a statement piece outback! How can I argue!?

Not to give away my age, but I remember this armoire in our family room back when I was in Highschool. We would watch our movies and play Nintendo around this beast.

My mother wanted the design decal removed as well as the CD holders and random things used for TV boxes and what-nots. Now it has even more space for her outside living supplies. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Rockwood Terra Cotta. Using Nifty Turquoise and June Day for a blended artisy feel. I glazed the entire piece in Van Duke Brown to tie it all in. Adding new black hardware from Homedepot ties this gal in nicely.

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