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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Coral Dixie Duncan Phyfe Dresser.....

This was a before picture of a 
Duncan Phyfe Dixie dresser
we had.  It was very damaged on 
the drawers and bottom all cosmetic.
So we repaired all of them.




sanded it all down for a smooth finish...


then primed it multiple times...
and painted it with multiple layers of 
a coral color...




painted the hardware gold....



our paint finish is very flat and smooth....





I love this color combo!
This is located to purchase at:
Dusty Boot Designs
22616 Loop 494
Kingwood,  Tx 77339
Weds-Fri 10-5:30pm
Sat-Sun 12-5pm

Monday, May 11, 2015

Wooden Patio Table Set....

A new client contacted me from my blog about
a patio table set she had.
She wanted me to paint it black then 
distress it.  She left the table top alone.
She didn't like how the white 
showed the mildew on them.
So here is the before pictures she sent me...



...
We stripped them all down...
then painted them black.






Then I distressed them all.









She really loved it, I do too.
I am going to do my wood patio table
like this!  I just love the black distressed look.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Shabby Chic Cabinet.......

A repeat client of ours wanted us to 
paint this cabinet stand she had.
She wanted it a shabby chic
 black and cream.
Here is the before....


we sanded it down, then painted it
black .....
distressed it heavily... 





painted it cream where she wanted it...



distressed the cream also...


painted the inside....





I just love how this came out!
Really love this look!





Thursday, April 23, 2015

Italian Provincial Dresser Painted Navy Blue...........

We furnished and custom painted this
Italian Provincial Dixie Dresser
for a client who wanted it in 
her nursery to match a custom
made quilt she purchased.
So we decided on this navy blue color.
Then she wanted to distressed on edges 
like I do with most of my pieces.


So here is the before...
Some veneer missing...


Sanded it down then added a bazillion 
coats of the navy paint....



distressed the edges....






this was the part that was missing the veneer...
can't even tell such a smooth repair job...










polished the hardware...





had to show close up's of my flat finish....









This bottom 2 pictures is the true color.





So beautiful!  I am soooo totally
in love with this color!!!!!