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July 10, 2018

This style of furniture is my favorite! I could work on this style over and over and never be tired of it.   The hardware that comes with these vintage pieces are just so pretty!  All that ornateness! 

This was a standard dark piece to begin with.  The ha...

October 15, 2017

Here's a coffee table that was originally a regular oak table. I totally sanded down the top so I could stain it a darker color.  I used a Dewalt sander (afil link if you want to find it) to purchase. These are fantastic sanders!  I first started with a 80 grit paper t...

September 17, 2017

This set was for a little girl. Her parents were transforming her room and requested a french provincial dresser and nightstand in white and gold. I am so happy with how this turned out!  I describe this as french country/whimsical/romantic.  This will grow with her as...

August 18, 2017

I wish I had taken a photo of the desk before. What a disaster this desk was! It had so many layers of latex paint on it and it was all peeling and chipping. It was such a mess that I left this sitting in the garage for months because I just did not want to work on it!...

February 19, 2017

I was asked if I had a dresser that was a specific size that a designer wanted to put in her client's nursery to use as a changing table. I didn't have one in my inventory but I did find one that was the exact size they wanted! After color discussions and doing some sa...

February 13, 2017

The detail on these old dressers from the 70's is so amazing! They are not exactly pretty in their original wood look but once painted, stunning! That's why I love these pieces. They are not solid wood though so be prepared for that. You have to make sure you really pr...

January 23, 2017

I had planned on painting this dresser a dark gray but changed my mind as I wanted to use up my AS Olive paint first. I ended up putting a black glaze on this. I thought the copper metallic paint would look really sharp against the black and green so I painted all the...

November 22, 2016

This buffet has been one of my favorite pieces to work on. I would consider it traditional, with a twist:) 

The top was badly marked with water rings so it needed to be sanded down to raw wood. I almost always put on a wood conditioner when I sand down. You can buy the ...

October 10, 2016

With this secretary desk I painted it with Heirloom Traditions paint. I then added a very light metallic glaze to it. The flower paper was added to the drawers and goes perfectly with the black. For the inside I just did a little bit of painting with Annie Sloan scandi...

October 2, 2016

This was a typical oak table before I started. I sanded it down with 80 grit first and then moved to 220 grit to smooth it all out. After cleaning it all off of sawdust I applied a wood conditioner. You can buy the wood conditioner here from my affiliate link. Then I s...

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