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.
December 2016 my last piece for the year was this gorgeous French Provincial Chest of Drawers . My client picked up a french provincial bedroom set and wanted an updated look. Clean and classic. Starting her bedroom transformation with the tall boy, refinished in a solid look using Sherwin-Williams Extra White. Original hardware revamped in gold. I finally got my hands on the the small dresser and mirror!
Remember this piece back in February, Bombay Dresser?
My client wanted a mirror to match. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Thunder Grey and glazed in Reposed Grey.
When refinishing pieces for my clients they oftentimes will throw in a few decor pieces to have revamped. I have a hand full of things I did for four different customers I would like to share!
Some cabinet doors for a bathroom remodel- refinished in a solid finish in Gale Force. A lamp (it may look familiar, I had painted this piece last year- my client is moving her lamp into a different room.) Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Thunder Grey and glazed in Black. A Mirror finished in Dover White and glazed in two different browns. As well as I fixed up some doggy scratches on an interior door and painted it in a custom color, China Bone.
Last, a dresser fix! I had refinished this piece about 3 years ago for my clients daughter. She moved out of her parents home and into her own place. While moving, something big and heavy fell on top of this dresser breaking the top edging off. Nothing a little glue, wood filler and paint cant handle!