Okay… where to start. What is the world is this? My 3-year-old son, Emmett, thinks that it is a pirate chest. Its one of the most strangest pieces of furniture that I have come across. Which is the main reason why I had to purchase this bad boy.
He has 3 drawers and that is it. The rest of him is for looks. A huge chest that looks to be sitting on a table. Straps and studs, belt buckles and grooves. Why not right?! I think he is the perfect statement piece to place somewhere that could use a little farmhouse charm!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Pure White and distressed. Original hardware updated in white and distressed to allow patina to show through to match the studs.
He available for purchase, click over to Shop Selections to view details.
Remember this lovely gem from July of 2016? My client had a rocking chair that she wanted to match to this gentleman in case they shared the same space, if not he will be in the master suite. Read his story here: Buffet turned TV console.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Pure White and glazed in grey.
About five years ago, I refinished a dresser that looked a little like this one. So when I met my client over at a gals house to pick this piece up to be refinished I was completely over the moon to get my hands on it!! There is just something about these French Provincial pieces that are stunning!
Refinished in Sherwin Williams Pure White and glazed in Tricorn Black to enhance the gorgeous details. Original hardware revamped in black.
If you have been in my boutique recently you’ve noticed the barn doors that I’ve been working on for my home. I was inspired by their style and your kind words to do that same color scheme on a piece of furniture. I had this fun and exciting end table over at In the Studio up for customization.
He can be used as an end table or nightstand. Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Pure White and glazed in Gauntlet Grey. New hardware revamped in Black. Available for purchase you can view his details over at Shop Selections.
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.
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.