Remember my 100th piece of refinished furniture year to date!? A lovely antique buffet my client had brought to Arizona from Denver. Read her debut here: Antique Buffet- 100th Piece YTD. I got my hands on her counterpart- the antique dining set! Chairs will be posted soon enough- stay tuned in!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Whirlpool for a soothing pop of color. Glazed in Well-Bred Brown to show off all the glorious details this gal has to offer. Stained her lovely top in Dark Walnut for some originality.
I am so excited to finally get to my 100th piece of refinished furniture year to date! This year I have had the pleasure to refinish many huge pieces that had anywhere from three upwards to six individual sections to create one gorgeous piece of furniture. Naturally I didn’t include those individual items, but rather counted each piece as a whole.
Browsing through my Portfolio I can’t help but be smitten from all the lovely creations- most of them client own pieces. Not only did I pour my sweat, heart and soul in each one; creating the image that each client had for their particular piece has always been a rewarding adventure.
Without further adieu let me introduce to you my 100th piece of furniture for 2017!!! An antique buffet my client has brought to Arizona from Denver. Back in her day this gal had tall legs, they were cut down about forty years ago so this piece could be used as a chest. But before the sensation swept the nation with using amazing statement pieces for Tv Entertainment Units, my clients family did just that and has many memories with this piece throughout the years. After my clients mother’s’ passing, she inherited her old friend and had Second Chance Charms refinish her so she could match her home decor and style. Wonderful past memories and making future ones to come- this gal gets to keep going looking better than ever!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Whirlpool for a soothing pop of color. Glazed in Well-Bred Brown to show off all the glorious details this gal has to offer. Stained her lovely top in Dark Walnut for some originality. finished her off with cleaning up her hardware and keeping the original pitia as much as possible.
Back in August I refinished a dining table for my client’s mother. This month I received the pedestal side table to that set.
Read his debut here: Dining Table
My client wanted them to match. During his travels the side table broke his leg and my client thought all was lost. As long as she had his foot- I could fix him!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Toasty and glazed in Black. The top stained in Chestnut. Original hardware revamped in bronze.
I love these waterfall furniture pieces. This piece belongs to my Aunt. She had purchased this art deco vanity some time ago back in California at an antique shop. Finally ready to give her a Second Chance she decided on the classic stain and paint combo!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Tricorn Black and distressed. The top veneer on this vanity is stained in Dark Walnut. We updated the pulls with antique gold glass knobs from Hobby Lobby. I removed the back middle part where the mirror connected; as my Aunt didn’t want to use the original mirror. I think she looks fantastic!
Are these not the cutest antique little chairs you have ever seen? Built by Phoenix Chair Company many many years ago, they found their way to me from my clients family barn in New Mexico. She just messaged me saying they found two more that will need to be done.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Well-Bred Brown.
In love. I believe that I am known for glazing, and these last four projects that I refinished are either solid finish or distressed. I enjoyed myself regardless and I hope you can admire the beauty each of these pieces have!
I love the pop of color my client chose to have this little antique humidor stand refinished in. Its a small statement piece that will open many conversations, I am sure! I had this little fellow up over at In the Studio for customization and he eventually found his home. Work was needed to bring this antique humidor stand back to his glory. He was missing a few wooden details so molding and casting were needed.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams African Violet and glazed in black to pop out all the details this humidor stand has. Added a new black metal flower knobs from Hobby Lobby to finalize this handsome guy.