A basic thrift store dresser with mirrors adding for a little bling!
I LOVE this desk.It is probably my #1 favorite furniture transformation to date.
We LOVE our table. Kevin built it and I did all the finishing work.
We built these a few years ago and have since seen them all over blog-land.
This was a fun dresser to give a weathered finish to.
My friend found these church pews and we refinished them for her art gallery.
This garage sale table came from Z Gallery, and I refinished it to look good as new.
I had to use a special odor blocker on this piece because of smoke, but it worked!
I gave this antique mirrored dresser a simple blue gray finish without any aging or distressing.
A clean white coat of paint updated this dresser perfectly.
This table was a ton of work! The finish had to be stripped off but turned out beautifully.
This quick redo came from a garage sale for $12.
A side of the road farmhouse door from Minnesota became a functional command center.
Updated oak cabinets go white with trim work for a more custom look.
A pine sleigh bed gets a black painted finish for my daughter’s room.
I painted this antique dresser for a client’s daughter. They all absolutely fell in love with it!
I redesigned our laundry room to be bright and cheerful with a vintage vibe.
I love Dixie dressers. If I had a baby girl this definitely would have stayed home with me.
Definitely one of my all time favorite pieces. I really regret not keeping it!
I found this dated but heavy dresser at goodwill, which I updated with some sleek black paint and modern hardware.
I painted and aged this complete bedroom set and the color came out so pretty.
This dresser was so substantial and had such nice lines that it knew it would make a great Old World sideboard.
I loved the shape of the table base on this round table. The fruits of the spirit words encircling the table was just what it needed.
We transformed our kitchen to give a modern farmhouse vibe.
A basic pine table got a whole new look with turquoise paint and and a very weathered top.
Some chippy distressing and aging with glaze, and this substantial piece was one I didn’t want to part with.
This dresser was 100 years old, and needed to be refinished. With all the details I thought it would be perfect for a princess’s room.
I love this solution for open master bath doorways!
My parents wanted to liven up the kitchen by painting their oak cabinets white, so I painted for them as a gift.
A second hand freestanding entertainment unit became our new built-in entertainment center.
Pretty mirrored dresser in a classic robin’s egg blue color, which I aged with glaze and distressed.
Orange oak 1980’s set and chairs with caning got a much needed update!
A pretty Tiffany box inspired the color for this chest, but with the blue a little more muted.
I love black front doors, and I finally painted ours. Post talks about my product recommendations.
Another piece in need of a lot of TLC. After repairs, some paint and refinishing it turned out beautiful.
I saw potential in this garage sale desk and did a black rubbed through finish.