I picked up this dining set from a local painter for a fantastic deal. The table top was stained and scratched, the leather on the chairs was cracking, and it definitely needed a face-lift. I sanded and stained the table top, reupholstered the chairs, and painted the table base and chairs. I used a light grey chalk paint, but then glazed the painted surfaces with an antiquing glaze to give them a more aged look.
This magnificent old church window frame had been banged about during transportation, leaving gouges and uneven stain. Matt repaired it, re-stained it, and mounted it using french cleats. It turned out beautifully.
This old wood coffee table was given new life with a custom facelift. Unfortunately I forgot to take a picture of it before I sanded it. After sanding and stripping, it was tinted with Folk Art grey wood tint, and washed with a blend of Aspire inspire and endless to give it a rustic look.
This cute little bedside table had been in the spare bedroom at my parents house, and was previously painted an atrocious shade of emerald green. It got an update with a sanded and stained top and ASCP in country grey.
This is by far one of my favourite pieces. I sanded and stained the top using Minwax PolyShades espresso satin stain. The base was pained with Folk Art chalk paint in sheepskin, distressed, and antique waxed. What a beauty!