I just finished putting the finishing touches on my coffee bar and I am so excited to share her with you!!! My second piece for my home renovation, and going. It’s taking some time getting things in order and completing the last bit of projects, but nonetheless, here she is! And yes, I am old school and enjoy the Coffee Pot. While I have used other products, I find that the good ol’ pot is what works for me. Haha!
Refinished in a sold look using Sherwin-Williams High Hide White. Library card catolog pulls and some other handles that I reused from a clients piece that she no longer wanted, revamped in bronze.
My client wanted simple and sleek. The hardware she purchased from Etsy is what makes this piece so magical!
Refinished in a solid look using Sherwin-Williams High Hide White. New Glass and Gold pulls added. Meep!
A custom mirror where I just cant get out of the reflection. Don’t mind my usually look I rock, which includes the messy bun and paint stained clothes on the daily. 😉
Refinished in a solid look style using Sherwin-Williams Black Bean. This is the mirror that goes with the bedroom set I recently completed. Check that blog post over at Bed Room Set.
Look at these lovely custom pieces! All unique and gorgeous! I got to finished a clients dining room, as well as start on a master suite with another charmer. Sold an inventory piece for customization and refinished two little garden chairs for a returning client. Thank you, thank you for all your support!!
Ready for Spring anyone? This is my favorite yellow color that I have used so far and wanted to refinished this twin bed frame in a bright color for a welcoming POP anyone could use in their child’s room or guest room.
Available for purchase, click over to Shop Selections to view details. A twin size bed frame by Bassett Furniture refinished in Sherwin-Williams Butternut in a solid finish sealed and ready for your home! This wooden slay bed frame has slats and some curves. Also comes with side rails refiished to match.
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Everyone has that one weird wall in their home, you know the one where it took you trial and error to finally get it to not only fuction but flow with your space. This little side table goes in that exact spot for my client. He came to me with part of his top broken. After a little glue, woodfiller and sanding he is back to brand new!
Refinished in a solid sleek look using Sherwin-Williams Tradewind.
This dresser is bright and bold! My client wanted to go fun and exciting for her daughters dresser.
Refinished in a solid finish using Sherwin-Williams Honorable Blue. Adding these fun Yellow Metal Knobs with Geometric Print from Hobby Lobby to top it off.
A simple chair with a clean new look. Updated in a solid finish using Sherwin-Williams Well-Bred Brown.
I got my hands on one more antique chair from my client! Remember these dining chairs by Phoenix Chair Company? Well we are adding one more to the mix! Read their debut at: Dining Chairs
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Well-Bred Brown.
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.