Tv Entertainment Center

Turning a dresser into your tv unit never gets old! I found this piece and within an hour it was sold to one of my followers on Facebook for customization.

The friend I bought this from had taken the middle drawers out and painted it black. She used it for some time and reached out to me to see if I wanted to purchase it as she had got something new.

I added wood slates on the shelves to make them sturdier. As well as walls inside to finalize the piece. I moved the hardware holes to the middle knowing that this piece needed something heavy to make this piece unforgettable!

Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Mountain Stream and heavily glazed in a cream. We updated the hardware using Hobby Lobby brown metal knobs for a rustic chic look.

Before:

Entertainment Unit

This media console is absolutely enormous! So please excuse my final photos being taken in the shop and without hardware (which is at his home.) It doesn’t give this piece the respect it deserves. I can’t wait until he is all set up in his house and I can get some beautiful pictures of this guy to share!

A custom TV entertainment unit by Robb & Stucky totaling in six different pieces, by far my biggest piece to have been refinished. (If you don’t count Kitchen Cabinets đŸ˜‰ Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Snowbound and glazed in Well-Bred-Brown. Lightly distressed in a few area where I saw fit, such as the legs and bottom molding where glaze couldn’t sit. The tops and backing were kept original finish from the previous manufacture.

My client got her piece all setup! Love how this massive entertainment unit looks in her home. Definitely lighten up her space!

Tv Entertainment Unit

Remember the Hutch End Pieces that were completed back on January 11th? This piece is the section that goes in the middle of those two pieces! I can not wait to get a photo from my client on how this turned out all together!

Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Paperwhite and lightly distressed. Original hardware revamped in bronze. What is special about this piece is that it use to be an armoire. To give this old set a more modern feel my client’s husband hacked off the top! Creating only a base with no limit for television size plus she can add decor on the wall behind if she choose too. I added a shelf inside to hold my clients’ husbands receivers, consoles etc. (Those boys seem to have so many “things” that are must haves!). Popped a hole in the back for wires.