Painted furniture

Pretty Little Dresser

I decided to do something pretty and romantic with this little four-drawer pine dresser circa the 1970s. The dresser was painted using Aspire mineral chalk paint in Romance and Eminence and ASCP in Duck Egg Blue. The legs were painted silver to match the new glass knobs. Oh, and I did a little inspirational wooden sign to match. 🙂

Another Little Bedside Table

Here’s another cute little cherry bedside table that I picked up for a steal. The top and drawer were refinished with a light walnut stain, and the base was painted with Aspire mineral chalk paint in Hope. I added some bling with some pretty hand-painted knobs.

Oak Hall Table

This solid oak beauty originally stained orange was given an update with crisp white acrylic on the base and jacobean stain on the top.

Various Furniture

I really like the look of refinished wood combined folk art oatmeal chalk paint that has been slightly distressed. I’ve done multiple pieces using this combination recently.

Dining Set Overhaul

furniture refinishing

This set was given an interesting colour combination, with duck egg blue chalk paint on the table base, black satin on the chairs, and jacobean on the table top.

Rustic Corner Cabinet

painted furniture

This old cabinet got a new lease on life with a coat of paint, new knobs, and barn-board wallpapered interior.

Sleek Black Dresser

painted furniture

This tallboy got an update in a sleek black matte finish and new silver drawer pulls.

Take Your Shoes Off and Stay a While!

Painted deacons bench

This bench in our entryway has seen a number of different finishes, but I really like this latest look.  It’s a little distressed, a little rustic, and a great match for the rest of our home’s color pallet.