Loving all the curves on this gals legs! She is absolutely amazing. My client has had her for a very long time, dragging her to her new house, finally realizing that it would be perfect for her office.
She chose for her chair to be refinished in Sherwin-Williams, Snowbound and chippy.
My client had these for quite some time and needed a change. Not only wanted to keep them due to their well built sturdiness, but the character these pieces have. I absolutely love the front glass window like panes.
Refinished in a solid finish in Sherwin-Williams Pure White. New updated hardware and hinges give a softer feel to this piece from the original rustic ones from before.
Last week I posted about four dining chairs refinished in a white color match. Here is the dining table to match that set. My client wanted the bottom a white solid finish and the top in a solid sleek dark color. She chose Sherwin-Williams Rockweed.
She loved my staging center piece and ask where she can get those items: The mat was from Walmart, most of the silver trinkets were from Goodwill. The pots from Michaels -I painted them white. And I love getting my succulents from Lowes!
Most times you can lighten up your space in your home by changing your furniture to a lighter color. This customer of mine wanted to do just that.
Refinished in a White Custom match (matching a coffee table that she had refinished by another refinisher) and reupholstering the chairs in a grey micro suede fabric. Out with the brown and in with the whites! Dining table to come!
This piece was picked up from a new client from In the Studio. She wanted that farmhouse look using gray, white and distressed. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Pure White and distressed. Top stained in a custom light gray stain. Original hardware revamped in nickel.
Monday I posted the Master Bedroom Nightstands, next are the matching dresser and mirror. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Pure White and lightly distressed. The top stained in a lighter gray. Followed by having the original hardware revamped in Nickel. Replacing the middle door hardware with knobs and revamping them to match.