Garden Chairs

Sometimes when clients pick up pieces that I refinished for them they will drop off little decor items such as candle sticks, picture frames, mirrors and the like. Sometimes I will get bigger items like interior doors, lamps and in this case cute garden chairs.

My client picked out her colors and it was a simple request of a solid refinish. The chairs had been used outside for quite sometime and needed to be sanded down to get rid of the old chippy finish.

Refinished in a happy bright yellow and orange, these gals are ready to not only look great in my client’s garden area but have a lasting finish for outside durability.

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Dining Table and Chairs

A few weeks ago I posted about a chair that I refinished for a client, click Dining Chair to read about it! My client was unsure with imagining how her dining set was going to look refinished so I offered to start with one chair to show her. Well, her dining table and chairs are complete! After dropping off the dining set on Friday she also gave me the matching hutch to officially complete this set! Stay tuned in to that lovely transformation!

Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Greek Villa and lightly stained in brown. The top of the table is stained in Wood Classics Armoire Hickory. The two drawer handles revamped in black. Chairs reupholstered in Joann’s Fabric a grey vinyl.

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Dining Chair

Occasionally I will get the type of client that has difficulty seeing the big picture. Not a bad thing at all, a lot of us are visual people! I totally understand. However, the hardest part has already been achieved- messaging me with wanting to give your pieces a Second Chance. It can be scary for first time clients. I am here to make this process enjoyable, stress free and your pieces lasting another lifetime and beyond.

She has a dining set and hutch that she wants refinished but because she was having a hard time envisioning it I offered to first do a chair so she could see it in her home and make sure she was happy with our color consultation choices. As well as give her the opportunity to feel her piece of furniture. To see that her piece is contractor grade, not paint slapped on .

I am in the midst of working on her table as she is head over heels with how her chair turned out. Here is the first piece I did for her, a dining chair, that helped her have faith!

Stay tuned in as her dining table is next and a matching hutch to come soon.

Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Greek Villa, lightly glazed in Brown. Seat reupholstered in a grey vinyl from Joann Fabric Store.

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