Refinished furniture

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.

Custom Refinished Hall Table

This table had seen better days when I was tasked with restoring it. After much sanding and bleaching, the stain on the bottom shelf was lightened, but could not be permanently removed. As the client didn’t want to replace the veneer from the shelf, we masked it as best we could with a slightly darker stain and satin finish.

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.

Custom Refinished Dining Set

Here’s a recently completed dining room set (table, 6 chairs and small buffet) that we sanded/stripped, stained and refinished to completely update the look for a lovely couple in LaSalle.

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.

Drop Leaf Table

Antique table refinishing

This pretty drop leaf table had bad staining due to a potted plant overflowing. It needed a complete refinish, and looks great back at home.

Refinished Rhino

Refinished rhino table

This is one of the most unique pieces I’ve ever refinished–a rhinoceros carved out of a big chunk of mahogany wood. I think he turned out beautifully! Finished with Bombay Mahogany stain and gloss polyurethane.

Dining Set

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 gave it a chippy look using light grey chalk paint, but then glazed the painted surfaces with an antiquing glaze to give them a more aged look.

End table

Painted and refinished side table

This adorable little end table had the solid maple top refinished in an espresso stain, and the base painted with Folk Art oatmeal chalk paint. Lightly distressed, waxed, and viola!