What do you all think of this painted farmhouse buffet sideboard? I am completely smitten. This piece was a dining set that my new client “Melissa” from St. George sent over this summer for painting and refinishing. I think it is one of those unique pieces that you just can’t find anymore. I completed the […]
I had been hanging on to the classic Duncan Phyfe Bed Frame for some time now. I purchased it at the same time as this Malcolm desk last summer. I just love the pineapple finials on each post and the classic curves of the headboard.
I recently picked up this refinished maple dining table on “East 16th” Street in Hamilton on “the mountain”. If you are from Hamilton you know that the Niagara Escapement in Hamilton is known as the “mountain”. It’s not really a “mountain” but distinguishes those that live “on” the mountain to those that live “down” the […]
My goodness how quickly our summer is passing us by. It’s almost the end of July and that time again for The Fab Furniture Flippin’ ContestTM. This month’s theme is all about “Farmhouse Fun” by The Old Fashioned Milk Paint Co.TM The products that I, along with my fellow bloggers participating in the contest this […]
I think I just made it in under the proverbial buzzer on this one. It’s Fab Furniture Flipping Contest time again and I’ve got a wonderful Saltwash finished dresser, that I’m fittingly calling Salty. The theme this month is “Coastal Inspirations”, and our sponsor Saltwash™ has so generously sent all participating bloggers a large sample of the product […]
I was so excited to be able to grout back splash last week that I had to show you how I did it!! Now if you have been around for the last couple of weeks you know I’ve been helping a friend get her townhouse condo ready to move into. She didn’t want to pay […]
I’ve been helping out a friend at their brand new condo build and one of the projects on the to-do list is to stain railings and to do it like a pro!! I figured I had stained the top of a dresser before so doing this was a piece of cake. With a little bit […]
Look at the beautiful shape of this Duncan Phyfe demilune dresser!! I’ve never worked on a piece like this before. It’s a fairly heavy walnut dresser with the classic mahogany veneers on all the surfaces. It was probably made in the 1930’s or 40’s by the Union National Fine Furniture Company out of Jamestown, NY. […]