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Tables, you can never have too many in my opinion.

They come in all shapes and sizes and serve many purposes.

This particular table I spotted is a mahogany fold over table that was once of a day used as a cards or games table.

Today it makes a wonderful hall or console table that if required can also be used for a more functional purpose.

The top is folded in half and fixed to the base via a wide circular peg then if you want to open the top you simply lift it off, open it up and pop it back on.

I painted the base using Annie Sloan’s Country Grey, gave it a heavily distressed finish then a coat of clear wax.

The top was painted in Annie Sloan’s Graphite chalk paint, waxed and distressed finish.

For Sale £225.00

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This gorgeous 1940’s sofa didn’t hang around for long.

Beautiful as is but would also look lovely upholstered in a plush charcoal velvet.

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Continuing along the green theme, I purchased a vintage footstool and wanted to use a Designers Guild luxurious velvet alongside a vintage braid I’d bought.

I asked the upholsterer to do a really deep button back which looks fantastic and the cabriole legs were polished up a treat.

For Sale £275.00

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This sweet vintage bedroom chair has been upholstered using Peony & Sage Fudge Hare linen combined with Ian Mankin’s Sage velvet and Sage linen stripe.

Turned legs and button back detail.

A statement piece that would suit many colour schemes.

For Sale £425.00

Commission pieces also available, please enquire.

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Future painted pieces include a late Georgian large chest of drawers and a deep chest of drawers with brass handles plus new Gustavian style upholstered benches.

Keep an eye on instagram for updates.


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