Wednesday, May 15, 2013

BRIGHT neutral nursery!

I just had to post after pictures of the yellow dresser for a nursery I recently finished. I love the bright yellow and green! The black glaze looks great with the chalk painted closet doors!

All ready for baby! :)



Sunday, April 21, 2013

Mustard Nursery Dresser

I am so excited to see this one in its final home! This is going in a nursery, and the crib is being painted the same color. We decided to add a black glaze to the dresser though, that is not being added to the crib. The black glaze brings in the chalk painted closet doors and brings everything together!

I used Behr Sweet Maple with a black tinted glaze for this piece.










Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Distressed Toy Chest

I am finally gettting around to doing a post about the toy chest I recently finished for Amy's daughter. This was finished in creamy white with light distressing. The details on the top really came out once this was refinished!





Thursday, March 28, 2013

Stained and Painted

I am super excited about this one! When I found this I could just picture it without the mirror, creamy white, distressing, and a stained top. I love how it turned out! It is officially for sale! $160










Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Creamy White Antique Desk

I am very excited about how this desk turned out! To be honest, I was a little worried about how the top would look stained since it had some damage, but it came out great! Kristy, who I work with, it was passed down to her and she wanted to update it a little. I think it turned out great! Now she needs a chair!







Friday, February 22, 2013

A little provincial, a little rustic...

We had a client who loved the white provincial dresser, but wanted a little more rustic look. She went with black pulls and light distressing. It turned out even better than I thought!

The following are the before and after shots.















Saturday, February 9, 2013

Oh Pottery Barn...

So before we even moved into our current home we bought our couch. I never occurred to me that as a first time home buyer that I truly didn't know what my style was. We moved in and I was quickly over whelmed with the vast amount of white walls. Over time I realized how in love I was with a vintage shabby chic look. See, I probably tell my husband once a week, "I am just not in love with xxx anymore." You can fill in the xxx with various pieces of furniture or accessories... I could NOT tell him this about the couch! I knew he would officially flip out. Today, I think I finally feel better about the couch, thanks to Pottery Barn!

On a random trip to the Pottery Barn outlet, I found an ottoman that I fell in love with. I was hoping that it would make the room lighter, since we have a dark leather couch, and also add a little shabby look. I am much happier! Plus, it was 56% off original price! :)

The following is the before and after look!



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