This is probably one of my favorite pieces I have ever done. I was so excited to start on this piece after I found it on craigslist. I knew it would be such a beauty when I was done. I definitely think it turned out amazing. This will be making the journey with me to the Gray Door Market in September.
I bought this buffet and matching china cabinet, sideboard, and table and chair set (to be pictured soon) all together. It actually turned out to be a better deal if I bought all of it so of course I did. I painted all of them the same Miss Mustard Seed Farmhouse White. I like trying to keep everything as a set in case someone wants the whole set. I just love how all of the pieces turned out.
This is such a beautiful armoire. This I decided to paint in Annie Sloan Old White. I had to keep the inside original because it was just too pretty to paint over!
Before and After of this beautiful buffet I did in Annie Sloan Old White. This one was sold at the Liberty Antique Festival in April.
Wonderful before and after secretary desk. This was painted with Annie Sloan “Graphite” and the inside was painted with Valspar chalk paint “Her Dainties” and then the whole thing was lightly distressed. I think this piece turned out so well! This one also sold at the Liberty Antique Festival in April.
Great little cabinet I picked up from a thrift store. I painted this one in Miss Mustard Seed Typewriter and then sealed it with her wax. I love how this one turned out! This one will be available at the Gray Door Market in September.
This is a little shutter side table I got from a local antique store and painted it with Miss Mustard Seed Curio! This paint color is quickly becoming a favorite of mine. I did my mantle in this color. (I will be posting that picture shortly).
This was the beautiful china cabinet i painted that matched the larger buffet that i sold in the Liberty Festival in April.
This was painted with the valspar chalk paint from lowes. This will be available at the Gray Door Market in September.
This is such a cute lift up bench. I found this one at a thrift store and just loved the character it had. I decided to paint it in Annie Sloan Old White and recover the top with an old feed sack. This little bench would be perfect at the foot of a bed or in an entry way.