A little creativity and some paint can really transform a piece into something that you love and give it new life. Enjoy the before and after pictures!
This 3 drawer dresser was sanded down to its bare wood and then a whitewashed finish was added over the top.
This buffet was finished in a English Mustard chalk paint with a smoked glaze added over the top. Top finished in briarsmoke gel stain.
Table top was painted with a taupe underlay and a chestnut gel stain was added over the top. Bottom finished in Aged Gray Chalk Paint. Chairs were not refinished.
This 3 piece bedroom set was finished in classic white milk paint with a metalic bronze underlay.
This 2 piece hutch was finished with classic white milk paint with a smoked glaze added over the top. The top of the hutch was refinished in a weathered wood finish.
This dresser was painted in Eclipse milk paint. The drawer fronts were sanded down to bare wood and stained. New hardware was added.
This 2 drawer dresser was made to look like blue jeans per request of a client. Outside of dresser painted in classic white milk paint and drawers were painted in blue to give a blue jean effect.
This 1 piece hutch was refinished in chiffon cream chalk paint with aged gray underlay so that the gray would show through the distressing of the piece. A wood wallpaper adhesive was added to the backing.
This 2 door cabinet was painted with taupe chalk paint and then a briarsmoke gel stain was added over the top.