There are projects I’ve done over the past few years that I don’t have before pictures of but I would like to share some after pictures. Unfortunately without the before picture some of the dramatization is taken from the reveal but I hope you still enjoy.
This is an old sewing cabinet that was refinished with a beautiful light sage paint and is used as a table/desk:
This is a double rocker that my husband and I refinished together. Lots and lots of sanding went into this beautiful chair. Then it was stained and sealed with polyurethane.
These are family recipes that are being repurposed into art. The frames have also been refinished with red paint. Recipes are a fantastic way to display a family’s heritage.
This is an old calendar holder that has been repurposed into a chalkboard. The back was taken off and painted with chalkboard paint and then was re-attached to the frame. There was a hole at the top for the holder to be placed on the wall but it was covered with a black and white bow.
This is a vintage high chair stool that was refinished. The metal parts were sanded, painted and sealed and the back and cushion were recovered with red vinyl.
This was a mirrored shelf that my mom had hanging in the house when I was growing up. She gave it to me and I painted the brass with an off white and gave it a shabby chic finish. The shelf was taken out to hold my daughter’s headbands and hair accessories.
This was an old picture of a flower with a brass colored frame. The frame was painted black and the picture was replaced with burlap fabric. I use this old picture frame to house my to-do list.
This is my entryway table that was sanded and painted off-white. Orange ribbon replaced the veneer edging around the table. The table holds baskets that keep hats, scarves and mittens.
I hope you have enjoyed looking at some of my past projects even without before pictures. I enjoyed repurposing and refinishing each one of these. Thanks for checking out this post!