I have my first piano in the books! I am not only excited about adding this type of furniture to my portfolio, but really happy my client wanted her piece to be glazed, giving this antique girl a sense of timeless glam. All the curves, grooves and details are highlighted now, where once they were hidden.
The back story of this family heirloom is beautiful in itself. My clients grandmother was given this piano at the age of three years old. Many years of practice, hard work and enjoyment were given to her. After her recent passing this grandmother wanted her piano to go to her granddaughter who is five years old. My clients daughter picked out the fabric and Mom picked out the color.
As you enter my clients home this gorgeous piano will be welcoming you underneath a lovely chandelier.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Serious Gray. Glazed in Tricorn Black. All original hardware revamped in Oil Rubbed Bronze. Bench reupholstered in my clients choice of vibrant fabric.
I am loving this little antique side table my client bought from her friends garage sale. A small nut and some wood glue fixed this handsom guys leg.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Snowbound and lightly glazed in Toasty. The top sanded down and left raw and sealed. The hardware is revamped Oil Rubbed Bronze.
Sticking with a bright color for that POP in her home, my client wanted this distressed coffee table to be glazed. You can really see the difference between the two styles with the before picture comparison.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Synergy and glazed in Turkish Coffee brown. Original pull revamped in Bronze.
Color has been everywhere over here! I had this French Provincial Chest of Drawers up for customization over at In the Studio, and she didn’t sit long! A returning client grab her up and is placing her in her bedroom. She has a lovely quilt that has many beautiful colors that she wanted to incorporate.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Haven and glazed in Well-Bred Brown. The original hardware revamped in Sunny Veranda and also glazed in Well-Bred Brown.