I have refinished a couple dining tables that is this style; a sleek and simple design. To give something depth when there is none, especially on the legs of this piece, distressing and or glazing is always a great way to give definition.
Refinished the base and legs of this dining table in Dunn Edwards Pebble Walk and glazed in a dark brown. The top is finished in Sherwin Williams Rockweed.
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.
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.
WHOA- Where do I start?! Okay, so I offered to fix the hole that was in the backing of this custom piece when my client dropped it off to me. But then we both looked at each other and realized- Beadboard! What a perfect way to add MORE character and detail to this very plain piece! (Maybe it was her idea) I’m not sure- But I was super excited to do this!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Well-Bred Brown and glazed in Agreeable Gray. I am seriously loving this dark with light glaze look!