I finally finished up the last two chairs to my clients dining set. A total of six Antique Dining Chairs and I am happy to be finished. They turned out beautiful!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Software and glazed in Cyberspace. My client picked out a cream and grey damask fabric from Joanns Fabric Store. Finally adding a dark grey cord to match and to finish them off!
A handmade wooden bench from New York found his way to Arizona! His owner moved here in the beginning of the year and wanted his front porch bench to have a new look. To help preserve the life of this wooden bench I stripped away the old sealant and stain. Restaining in Minwax Jacobean this NY bench is ready for his debut in Arizona!
One solid massive piece that I needed help moving around to refinish. Once I took off the doors and removed the shelves it lighten the load a little but still a heavy piece!
My client had her colors picked out when she dropped her hutch off and knew exactly what she wanted. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Software and glazed in Cyberspace. Original hardware revamped in Black. Simple. Gorgeous.
Continuing on with my clients bedroom set. This lovely lingerie cabinet is up next. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Snowbound and lightly glazed in Turkish Coffee. Leaving the top as is, as well as leaving the hardware original. Love how this look just brightens up these pieces!
I enjoy the process of refreshing, from start to finish. The prep all the way through to the staging. What really makes my heart skip a beat, is when you send me your client photos!
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Love the curves of this piece! My client liked how it was originally but wanted to get rid of the flowers and have the stain be more of an espresso rather then a light brown.
I got my hands on General Finishes gel stain and knew this product would be my best bet on making this piece look stained without having to sand down the entire piece.
Painting the outside base in Sherwin-Williams Java for a wood color to give my gel stain a base to work with was the first step. I refinished the inside of the unit in Sherwin-Williams Tricorn Black per my clients request. Adding multiple layers of General Finishes gel stain in Java, building up layers, creating definition like wood grain was a fun process. Once cured I glazed the entire piece in Sherwin-Williams Tricorn black to darken the stain and to glaze in all of the nooks and crannies to make more of an impact in the lines.
My client is getting new knobs, but in the meantime I revamped the hinges in Black and left the original knobs for my staged photos.