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!
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!
The final piece to my clients family room set, her Sofa Table!
Continuing with the same color scheme, Sherwin-Williams Sealskin in a solid sleek finish. The top stained in Weathered Teak.
Loved how my clients Coffee Table turned out! Up next is her Endtable. Having all three pieces match, I am still using Sherwin-Williams Sealskin in a solid sleek finish. The top is stained in Weathered Teak. And the original knob revamped in Oil Rubbed Bronze.
I had these awesome octagon end tables over In The Studio ready to be customized and a returning client picked them up.
She wanted a pop of color in her family room and I am so excited for her! Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Cloudburst and glazed in Web Gray. Original hardware revamped in Oil Rubbed Bronze.
Next up for this client is her dining table. You recall the buffet, hutch and chairs? I still have 2 more chairs to complete but at least I feel like we are getting somewhere with her dining area makeover! Slowly but surely!
This gorgeous set has two leafs that was also refinished, but wasn’t set up when we took pictures in her home. This table was too massive for me to move into my studio for staging, but seeing it all together with the other pieces in my clients home made me smile nonetheless!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Software and glazed in Cyberspace. The top is stained in Minwax Weathered Teak.
Three more custom chairs finished! Two more to go.
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!
“Oh my gosh! It’s so beautiful. I can’t believe I contemplated getting rid of it and buying a new piece for my space.”
Really in love with this gal! My client had a vision and although she didn’t quite push me out of my comfort zone, I found a challenge worth the reward.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Anonymous and glazed in one shade darker using Porpoise. (The challenge in glazing one shade darker was I couldn’t tell how much of the glaze I was applying and taking off. When paint is wet its lighter. So during the glazing process I felt like I was reapplying the same base color. Talk about nervousness!) The top is stained using Varathane Wood Stain in Weathered Oak. The original hardware is cleaned up, however, the two long plates were more gold. In order to match them to the pulls I sprayed the two plates in Oil Rubbed Bronze and wet sanded them to bring a little gold out to match the existing pulls.
The final piece to my clients bedroom set! Her King Size bedframe.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Alabaster and heavily distressed. Both headboard and footboard tops were stained in Minwax Jacobean.
Continuing with my clients bedroom set, nightstands were posted last week, Dresser is next up!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Alabaster and heavily distressed. Tops stained in Minwax Jacobean. Original hardware revamped in Oil Rubbed Bronze.