February was a busy month with more custom projects on the books for March. As always contact me for pricing as well as what openings are available. Get yourself on the calendar- I tend to book up fast! I completed twelve custom pieces in the month of February. Take a quick peek! I also completed one inventory piece! Click over to Shop Selections to see all our available pieces for purchase.
Happiness does not come from doing easy work but from the afterglow of satisfaction that comes after the achievement of a difficult task that demanded our best.
-Theodore Isaac Rubin
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My girlfriends’ husband built these amazing baby gates for their new home! Moving in soon, she wanted them professionally sprayed in white for a clean farmhouse chic look.
Painted in Sherwin-Williams Snowbound.
This piece is actually bigger then what you would think. Heavy and solid just like how I like my furniture pieces. My clients home is sprinkled in teals and blues. Staying with a neutral grey color we did something exciting for an added pop!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Mega Greige and distressed in all the right places. Revamped the original hardware knobs in Sherwin-Williams Rivulet for an unexpected color addition tying in her space.
I absolutely love the space this mastive piece is going in. My clients master bedroom is beach themed and she wanted to lighten up her dark furniture.
After seeing her bedroom set in person we agreed on the perfect white.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Greek Villa and lightly distressed. Revamping the original hardware in black to match her other pieces.
Loving all of these custom pieces!
I inquired these two nightstands that were DIY projects that didn’t turn out so great for the previous person. Both painted in black but the sheens were different. A returning client saw my post on Facebook and wanted them for her self and to be refinished in something I haven’t done. Pearl. Challenge accepted!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Snowbound and coated with Faux Impressions Metallic Pearl for that shine. The top has been sanded down to raw wood and coated with the same Metallic Pearl. These beauties are really amazing! We finished the set with adding Antique Silver Mercury Scallop Knobs from Hobby Lobby. Love!!
Everyone has that one weird wall in their home, you know the one where it took you trial and error to finally get it to not only fuction but flow with your space. This little side table goes in that exact spot for my client. He came to me with part of his top broken. After a little glue, woodfiller and sanding he is back to brand new!
Refinished in a solid sleek look using Sherwin-Williams Tradewind.
Even though these nightstands do not match in structure, having them refinished in the same style sets them off to be a set. French Provincial his and her nightstands along with a tall chest of drawers dresser.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Wall Street. Glazed in Tricorn Black to pop out all these lovely details these pieces have to offer. Original pulls and knobs revamped in Nickel and also glazed in Tricorn Black.
This dresser is bright and bold! My client wanted to go fun and exciting for her daughters dresser.
Refinished in a solid finish using Sherwin-Williams Honorable Blue. Adding these fun Yellow Metal Knobs with Geometric Print from Hobby Lobby to top it off.
Most recent projects so far for February! Three bright and beautiful custom pieces and one dark and handsome old fellow who is available for purchase. You can check out all available pieces over at Shop Selections.