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Saturday, March 18, 2017

Duck Egg Blue Duncan Phyfe Furniture.....


New client found us online looking for a duncan 
phyfe dresser to match her nightstand she had.
She wanted this set for her daughter's room.
She picked this duncan dresser we had in our inventory
pictured below.  After looking thru my blog at my photos
of all my past work she picked
the duck egg blue chalk painted antiqued look that I do.


She wanted all the scratches, dents, basically a smooth look
but, antiqued like in our previous work we've done.
So we stripped the dresser down.





I forgot to take a before pick of her duncan nightstand.
Here it is below after we stripped it and sealed in all the scratches,
dents, and missing veneer.








Here they are below after I did my painted work on them.







She wanted a slight distress only on edges
and a oil rubbed bronze on the hardware.




















She loved them!





Mcm Chest Of drawers Two Tone....


Repeat client wanted her mid century chest of drawers painted
in a two tone color,  She is the same client with the last mcm pieces in a two tone
finish in the previous posts.
Here is the before below ...


She wanted us to seal in the previous hardware holes
and make new ones centered, two singles on each drawer.
Plus seal in all the knicks and scratches.


We painted the body a dark gray and the drawers 
a true white.









Looks awesome!

Monday, February 27, 2017

Mid Century Modern Dresser.......


Our new client who we did the mid century dresser 
in the previous post had this dresser from her childhood.
She wanted the same two tone color as the previous dresser 
we did for her.  White body with refinished drawers.
Before pictured below.


We had to repair one of the legs as pictured you can see 
it's broken apart.  So we had to take the legs and braces off 
of all four legs to reinforce them all.



We sanded it all down.


Sealed in all the cracks, missing veneer, and scratches.
She wanted a smooth look.



Sanded the drawers and removed the wood decor pieces.




Then I primed and painted the body white
and
stained the drawers then sealed them with poly.

















She loved it!