Recent Highlights March

Four pieces with one thing in common- Glaze. I love glaze! It can be a form of antiquing, giving definition to a flat surface or just enhancing the nooks and crannies. I use this technique in most of my pieces.

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Buffet Cabinet

I had a very good friend donate this piece to me. Her and her husband were selling their family home and retiring up north, downsizing. This was one of those pieces that was hard for the both of them to let go. When I saw this lovely piece I had that instant vision of what she will become. When I completed her I was so excited I had to share the outcome with its previous owner. Turns out her daughter bought it back and I couldn’t be any happier! I love when pieces get a Second Chance in the family!

Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Snowbound and glazed in Grey. Replaced broke glass door with a solid glass door pane. Stained the top in a grey with white wash look. Original hardware updated in silver.

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Nightstands

I found these French provincial nightstands for a client and fell in love with her idea of a soft touch for these girls. One drawer was missing a handle but I quickly found a matching one in my knob stash- it was just meant to be!! Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Gray Matters and glazed in white. Original hardware pulls updated in silver.

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Turquoise Sofa Table

A hidden gem! My client found this simple oak sofa table at a garage sale for $40 bucks. We made this plain Jane into a runway model. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Nifty Turquoise for a POP of color and heavily glazed in brown. Top stained in Mission Oak. Added iron hardware for the final touch giving this gal a total new look!

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Nightstand

Remember the dresser turn TV console I recently refinished, my client had found it at an Estate sale!? It came with a nightstand and she wanted to use it as a end table in her family room near the TV console. Relocated the knob holes, and updated them with some very pretty knobs she found at Hobby Lobby. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Snowbound, glaze in brown. Dark Oak stained top.

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Nightstands

I love refinishing piece that have had their stories told and are ready for new series. Sometimes I get pieces in from clients that are in excellent shape, they have had it for 20+ years but they are ready for a change! With these nightstands my clients wanted a simple solid finish in Sherwin-Williams Gale Force. Updated the original hardware in bronze. A classic finish that will be bold and beautiful for another 20+ years!

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