I picked up this chair not realizing that it is actually a sewing chair equipped with a drawer for storing supplies and spools of thread. I gave it a face-lift with black chalk paint and a fun fabric.
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.
So a friend wanted her grandmother’s wood dining table and six chairs updated. I painted them with Aspire endless and final finish, and then reupholstered the chairs to give them a more contemporary look.
This old rocking chair was in need of help. The joints were creaky, the finish was marred and the upholstery was dated. Luckily the owner had a great style already in mind, and brought us the fabric she liked and requested white paint with a lightly distressed finish. After repairing the woodwork, sanding, painting, and reupholstering, it turned out beautifully.
This old rocking chair got a facelift with a coat of Aspire vitality and brand new fun upholstery.
This pretty telephone table was painted with ASCP in graphite and reupholstered with Parisian themed fabric.
Everyone has seen these ugly old hexagonal cupboards from the 70’s, right? Well I re-imagined these into funky storage ottomans and then added new hardware, and upholstered cushion tops.
I have always loved telephone tables, and was so excited when I found this one. It needed some serious reupholstering, and paint, but it was well worth the work. Painted with Folk Art chalk paint in rich black.