There was this amazing midcentury bookcase with glass doors that entered my life and I knew that it had the potential to be spectacular! (Shout out to Natalie’s boyfriend, Anthony, for finding this piece for me).
The first thing that popped in my mind when I saw it was a midcentury modern bar. I wanted to give this piece a makeover and transform it into something beautiful. Trying to decide on a paint color for a piece is the most stressful and exciting part. I want to make sure that I choose the right color the first time to avoid having to redo it once finished.
Every time I am given a piece of furniture to beautify, I try to imagine how I want it to look like in the end. I will strive and work hard to make it look like or surpass how I envisioned it. I can honestly say that this bench went above and beyond how I imagined it.
A customer of mine found this bench on the curb and it was going to be thrown out. I am so happy that she was able to rescue it because she saw the potential it had. She wanted the bench to be painted white and distressed with navy and white fabric for the seat.
Let the beautifying process begin!
We love to beautify furniture for our customers because there are no better words to hear than “Omg, I love it!” However, there is a downfall. We have no time to beautify the furniture that is in our own home. There are multiple pieces in my apartment that need to be given a makeover but keep being pushed to the back burner because customers’ orders come first!
I got lucky and had a little bit of down time in my schedule. Instead of kicking back and watching Netflix, I decided to redo my coffee table that was in dire need of help.
Custom painted children rocking chairs are the perfect gift for anyone expecting a child, a child’s birthday, Christmas, and so on! They are great because they are personalized and can be used for years.
I have personalized 7 children’s rocking chairs and I love every single one that I have done. Take a look at my previous personalized rocking chairs:
I was given this adorable captain’s chair to refinish into a white distressed beauty.
This project was quite simple actually. Steps include sanding, painting and distressing, that’s it.