I forgot to share my most recent projects! Which one was your favorite? Five inventory pieces sold within hours of posting on Facebook! And two beautiful custom pieces were refinished. If you missed out on any of these debuts you can always read all about them, here on the Blog!
When grandpa builds a desk, you know it was done right! My clients grandfather built this desk over 40 years ago. When my client got her hands on it she brought this gem to me to be given a new look!
Refinished in Sher-Wood Dark Oak stain. She wanted a rustic technique done on this desk for her farmhouse charmed home, and that’s exactly what I did. Original pulls revamped in Bronze keeping this fellow original in honor of her grandfather.
I was asked to donate a piece of furniture in an auction to help raise money for a family who recently lost their mother. All proceeds will go to the West Valley Hope Women’s Center to distribute to the family in this hard time.
A lovely kidney-shaped single pedestal desk, can be used as a vanity. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams White Flower and distressed for a perfect farmhouse look. Glazed in grey with a faux grey stain top. All original hardware revamped in bronze. Starting bid at $189.00. Click over to the Auction to place your bid, auction ends September 4th at 8pm Arizona time.
I needed color in my life, and I needed it fast! With summer at an end and school has begun I still think about our vacation to California and the gorgeous beaches. Using the ocean as an inspiration I wanted to do something special with one of my inventory pieces.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Honeycomb, Freshwater and Rainstorm using a blending technique. Glazed in black for a deep vintage look. Original hardware revamped in gold and glazed in black.
This piece is available for purchase! Click over to Shop Selections to view details.
Most recent projects! Loving all of these pieces. If you missed out on any of their debuts, click over and check them out!
One of the first things I ask of my clients who reach out to me about refinishing a piece of furniture for them is “send me your inspirational photos!”. I LOVE that you love my work and want my style in you home but I also want to know what LOOK you are trying to achieve. Visual aids help us both! So I received a few pictures from a client wanting to do what she saw on Pinterest (who among us has not?!).
Here is her inspirational photo of what she wanted accomplished:
She received this table for FREE from a fellow refinisher and friend of mine. We cut the table in half to get started! I have been wanting to do one of these for quite some time! My client will use brackets to attach the back end of the table to her wall.
Refinished in a custom color that matches a hutch she had finished. A creamy white. Stained the top in a Dark Walnut.
We can’t help but look around for a piece of furniture that is not only beneficial to what we need to use it for but stylish in every way to complete our space. Our homes reflect who we are. It says a little something about you to your guest.
As my client shopped around looking for that perfect piece to complete her husbands home office they keep finding themselves saying something that I hear all too often, “everything seems expensive and cheaply made now-a-days”. When they went home defeated they looked at what they already had and realized two things: Not only did they pay good money many years ago for their current piece of furniture, but its solid wood made to last. This is where I come in! It’s cheaper to have something you already own, refinished to match your decor. Especially when you find yourself moving into a new home, such as my client is, and changing up the theme, colors and decor.
Heavy duty, solid wood, three-piece computer desk and hutch shelves refinished in Sherwin-Williams Agreeable Gray and glazed in Well-Bred Brown. We replaced the hardware with bronzed pull handles making this piece more modern. Up next is a huge veneer desk top that will go into this same office space. Using the same colors but with a different technique.