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.
My client found this dining table for $5 on one of the facebook swip swap pages! I have refinished her entire house and now working on pieces for her parents home! This is the second piece for them, the first was the Dining Table from last week. They needed a little table to put in their breakfast nook area and wanted to match the kitchen cabinets.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Accessible Beige and lightly glazed in Tricorn Black to pop out those amazing carved details! The top stained in Minwax Dark Oak.
My clients’ parents had many memories around this dining table for years. Family dinners, holiday parties and much more! So when age, water damage and normal ware and tear got the best of this old gal, they turned to me to have her refinished. Now she can give many more happy times to a wonderful loving group of people!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Toasty and glazed in Tricorn Black. The underside is finished as well for those times the table leafs are down giving full beauty to this antique. Top stained in Chestnut.
About five years ago, I refinished a dresser that looked a little like this one. So when I met my client over at a gals house to pick this piece up to be refinished I was completely over the moon to get my hands on it!! There is just something about these French Provincial pieces that are stunning!
Refinished in Sherwin Williams Pure White and glazed in Tricorn Black to enhance the gorgeous details. Original hardware revamped in black.
We all love getting certain hand-me-downs! My customer received this day bed from her late mothers estate and wanted to do something special with it. Her mother had once painted this piece in a teal crackle and yellow base with brown glaze many years ago.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams White Flour and lightly distressed. The detailed middle design glazed in black for a nice POP! Simple, Sweet and Sleek!
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.