A little creativity and some paint can really transform a piece into something that you love and give it new life. 

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This antique buffet was refinished in Classic White Milk Paint and lightly distressed. The top and legs on the hutch were stripped and then whitewashed with an aged glaze added over the top to give a weathered look.
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This 4 drawer dresser with a hidden top drawer was painted in Eclipse Black Milk Paint.  Since the top was a formica a new wood top was added.  The legs were stripped and  a weathered wood accelerator was added to the top and legs to achieve the weathered wood look.
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This antique hutch was refinished in Classic White Milk Paint and lightly distressed. The detail on the door front, shelves and legs on the hutch were stripped and then whitewashed with an aged glaze added over the top to give a weathered look.
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The outside of this 8 drawer dresser was stripped down and then a weathered wood accelerator was added to give the piece a weathered look.  A raised stencil was the added to give the drawers texture.  They were pained in Chalked Paint in the colors of Linen White, Taupe and Country Gray.  A aged glaze was then added over the top to help to emphasize the texture of the stencil.
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This 9 drawer dresser was previously painted.  A heat gun was used to remove all the paint and then the piece was sanded down to its wood finish.  2 coats of Zinsser wood bleach was added to lighten to this beautiful natural wood tone.
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This 7 drawer dresser was painted in Eclipse Black Milk Paint.  An adhesive grass cloth wallpaper was added to the drawer fronts.
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This cabinet was painted in a pink ombre going from a light pink on the top to a darker pink towards the bottom.  A  beautiful Redesign flower transfer was added to the front.  The legs of the piece were updated with a farmhouse black spray paint.
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This antique table and chair sets chairs were stripped down to the bare wood and then a varathane white wash was added.  This was also done to the top of the table.  The bottom of the table was painted in fusion mineral paint in the color pebble
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This 7 piece high top dining set was completely sanded down to its bare wood.  A weathered wood accelerator was then added to give it this look.  New fabric was added to the chair cushions to finish this look.
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This 3 drawer dresser was mostly sanded down to it's bare wood and then a whitewash was added over the top to give it this light wood look.
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This buffet was painted in English Mustard Chalked Paint and was lightly distressed.  A smoked glaze was then added over the top of the paint.  The top of the buffet was finished in Briarsmoke gel stain.
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These set of end tables was  painted in Eclipse Black Milk Paint.  Since the top was a formica a new wood top was added.  The legs and top was stripped and a weathered wood accelerator was added to achieve the weathered wood look.
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This 9 drawer dresser was painted in  Lamp White Fusion Mineral paint. It had a texture tiled drawers where different colors of chalked paint were added and then distressed.  Feet were added to the bottom of the dresser.
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This 4 drawer dresser was painted in Homestead Blue Fusion Mineral Paint.  The top and legs were stripped to its bare wood.  A whitewash was then added with an aged glaze over the top.
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This cabinet was painted in Kennsington Gray Milk Paint and lightly distressed.  Briarsmoke Gel Stain was added to the top.
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The middle of this church pew was sanded down and a Kona Gel Stain was added.  On the sides Chiffon Cream Chalked Paint was painted on and then lightly distressed.
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Furniture Before & After's