Just finished up this Broyhill console/dresser piece last night! The insides were done with Annie Sloan’s Emperor’s Silk, the body in Old White and the hardware & top in Graphite. When I found this at the ReStore, I was hoping I could salvage the top and re-stain, but it didn’t work out that way. I actually got the black and white idea from my Mom who did something very similar a few months ago. You know what they say about imitation! In her honor, I name this piece Bethy. Continue reading “What is black and white and red all over?”
So…camera cord is still MIA. UGH! This means I’m only able to share a brief before & after of a recent flip with ya courtesy of my Instagram – so IG followers, I’m afraid this won’t be anything new. Boo. Anyway, I picked this purty little dresser up from The Habitat For Humanity ReStore in Toms River, NJ and left it in one of the barns for about 6 months before I got around to rehabbing it. Funny story: as I was prepping this piece for paint, I just couldn’t stop sneezing and wheezing! The next day my father-in-law points out that I had left the dresser in the barn with all of the cats (I am extremely allergic) so I was basically rubbin’ all up on cat dander. No wonder! FUN!
Now for the stuff you really came for… Here’s the before (in it’s crack errr cat den heaven) Continue reading “POP!”
Once again, Double B (my mom) strikes it big at the Salvation Army store! What was once a pretty ugly laminate clunker gets turned into a super swanky mini bar/buffet. Chec-chec-check it out here: Continue reading “Sippin on Some Salvation Style”
Today I bring you the tale of Cedric, the magic dresser. This piece was a custom for one of my repeat customers – she actually found it on Craiglist, contacted the seller, set up the drop AND picked her colors/style. Talk about my kind of gal! Continue reading “Hepplewhite? Hufflepuff? The Magical Dresser, Cedric”
Long time no post! I’m happy to report that the furniture flipping is going so well! Not only are my pieces selling, but I’m literally having the best. time. ever. doing it. Really, the opportunity gives me an outlet to explore my love for interior design, art, color study, up-cycling and my love of hunting for a good deal.
I’ve taken to naming all of my pieces recently because it helps me to stay on track with the vision that pops into my head when I see a “naked” piece. That said, I’d like you to meet someone very special to me, his name is Charlie. Continue reading “Charlie in Charge”
I’m literally buzzing with excitement as I write this post. I scored 2 old dresser/could be buffets from The Salvation Army yesterday and dove right into one of the pieces and haven’t taken a break since. I’m calling her Pearl because she’s just so glamorous. Continue reading “Good Friday was too good to me!”