Happy New Year!!
I hope you’re all having a wonderful start to the New Year.
I thought I’d kick start 2015 with a post on my latest projects.
This charming drop leaf table had a lovely varnished top in great condition that I decided to leave it and just paint the legs.
I chose Chateau Grey chalk paint to compliment wood.
This solid oak sideboard was a true beauty.
I used Belgian Stone paint for the exterior and Country Grey for the interior followed by a coat of dark wax to give the aged appearance.
The carving detail really came alive after a distressed and waxed finish.
Another gorgeous sideboard with carving detail.
Paintwork Linen chalk paint with Lavender for the interior.
Couldn’t resist the bow detail.
This next piece is a real gem.
A Victorian pine dresser with beautiful glass flower handles.
I chose After Rain paint, a lovely subtle pale grey/blue paint that would suit any kitchen.
The top has been stripped and waxed, which adds real texture to the piece.
Currently for sale £795.00
A lovely mahogany cupboard, painted in Belgian Stone and Country Grey once again.
Is proving to be a winning combo.
Loved the shape of this piece, offers lots of storage without being too large for a room.
Sweet chest of drawers painted in Paris Grey.
Waxed and distressed finish.
The handles took a lot of polishing, but was worth it to see them shine.
I decided this oak cabinet would really suit a heavily distressed finish so chose Linen paint and got to work.
The interior has been painted with Chateau Grey.
I think the overall effect works well.
A set of 6 dining chairs I painted using Nearly Black chalk paint.
The seat pads were reupholstered in a Westminster wool check fabric, inspired by Ralph Lauren interiors.
Currently for sale £450.00
This stunning sideboard could only be painted black.
I love how the warm mahogany wood shows through the distressing.
A fabulous piece that didn’t hang around long.
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