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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Art Deco Sideboard Buffet Painted in Creamy Off White Color......


We refinished this art deco sideboard buffet that we had for awhile.  Repaired the dents, sanded, and primed.  



stained the top then added polycrylic....


added multiple coats of a color I customized...



creamy off white color looks real good with this style....
replaced the knobs with bigger ones and painted them copper....


left the original steel bar handle the color it was,
painted the ends copper...


still has the utensil tray very good condition....


I wanted a color to go with the style....


wanted the top to be stained to bring out the piece....
set it apart from the rest












Here it is finished!
Looks beautiful :)

Monday, May 26, 2014

French Provincial Highboy & French Triple Dresser Painted Revere Pewter........


This was a custom order for another of our new buyers.  We furnished and custom painted these for her.  She wanted them to match but have different color handles and have the tops a wood finish.  The highboy was for her son and the triple was for her daughter.

Here is the french highboy.  It has a glass top which was never removed so we didn't have to touch that part.
The bottom right foot was clipped off so John repaired that part.  
He did a fantastic job on that!



Here is the triple dresser with a high gloss on it and missing handles so we 
sealed the left and right side drawers up
and added some new holes to fit the
french handles we had.

She wanted high gloss black for the highboy handles...


The top was just shined up to cover any knicks....


We sanded and primed it...



Painted it with numerous coats of revere pewter....


We refinished the top of the triple one......
stained it and added some poly to it......


Stripped this one down, primed it....


She wanted these handles and knobs silver....



Then we painted this one with numerous coats
of revere pewter also...



Here they are both finished!
BEAUTIFUL!

Saturday, May 17, 2014

End Tables from Blah to.........

Well one of my repeat awesome buyers Jill wanted me to find her some round curvy end table and paint them to match her pillow and lamps in her room......
So we found her some and did just that!

Here they are before...



and after.....


I customized this color to match her pillow and lamps...


she wanted them distressed on edges also and we did that...


painted the hardware dark bronze to match her
dressers I did for her also....



Looks way better than the blah wood color :)

Custom order painted grey dresser.......

This was a custom order for Joann.  She had this dresser and stripped it but couldn't finish it....so she told us if we could and then paint it a lighter grey.  She said she didn't know if she wanted handles so seal all holes up....

This how she gave it to us...she sealed in some holes, we resealed them and the sealed in the other holes she made...


after we fully stripped it....


sealed in all holes...



here is is finished....



can't even see where the holes where....




Looks awesome!!!

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Restoration Style Baby French Provincial Dresser with Topper......


So I got a new buyer who was looking for a dresser like this one from restoration hardware for baby plus painted liked it.  She wanted it with more curves like a french provincial style.  Plus she wanted a changing topper like the ones they sell at restoration hardware so when the baby grows she can take it off and use it as a dresser.



So I showed her this one I had, told her we could take the top off and make it into what she wanted...
she didn't want the french handles though so she got the rounded knobs....


So we took the top off, sanded it down, took the back off....



filled in the holes that held the top together with the bottom...


then John cut a piece of wood to match the curves on the curved piece 
the top part of the dresser was attached to
so he can make the baby changing topper..
placed it on the bottom for support...


we filled in the holes so we could use only the single knobs....
primed it and painted it with multiple coats for primer and paint...



we put together the changing topper...


added some felt to the topper so it wouldn't scratch the top of the dresser...


added some hinges to the back so she can lift it if she needs to clean....
replaced the back with a new board...


she wanted it painted like the other one,
so she went to restoration hardware to get the matching paints....





I distressed it in certain spots .....


painted the groved parts the sage color...


painted the outside trim of the drawers also the sage...


distressed the sage parts and some of the cream parts...











She loved it!  I do too :)  Looks really good.  

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