SOLD: Very cute distressed white sewing table made into a great looking end or side table. Tea-stained glaze gives the fresh white paint an antiqued look. Tall enough that it could be used as a small entry table. Stylish detail in the wood corners and legs. Top and front open to empty sewing machine and supply storage. Includes original pulls. 22.5″ wide, 17.5″ deep, and 31″ high.
– the table before being painted white –To purchase, please call Jeff at 979-575-7627 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This dated and drab dresser took on a whole new life when upstyled in Jade, with Tea-stained Glaze providing an antiqued look.
The corners and edges were lightly distressed, pulling out the original wood tones. I love how distressing ties in the original look of old furniture!
A piece like this repurposes great for a flat screen TV in a bedroom or living area, providing ample storage space in either setting.
Elegant and high quality French Provincial nightstand painted, glazed, and distressed. Painted Turquoise, with Tea stained Glaze. Distressed down to original off white. All wood, top of the line piece with dovetail drawer joints.
The original pulls look great against the Turquoise, and tie in well with the distressing.
This nightstand is one of the three pieces featured in the Facelift Furniture logo!
Highly distressed Antiqued White sofa table. A piece made of solid oak, repainted, distressed and now with a classic antiqued look. Outdated glass inserts replaced with cut to size ceramic tile.Find us on Facebook at
Chunky nightstand in Antiqued White with Tea Stained Glaze. Heavy distressing reveals dark wood stain, providing nice contrast to new finish. “New” vintage pulls (left over from a previous dresser project) add to the chunky look!
Update March 27, 2014 – Nearly three years ago, I discovered the magic of what glaze can do to painted furniture. This nightstand was my first piece to try it on, and immediately I was sold.
I was so new to refinishing furniture at the time, that I called this an end table. The name has been changed, and I’ve also added a Before & After graphic below capturing the transformation!
My glazing technique has changed too, from a brushed look to a rubbed look. But either way, glaze does wonders to draw out and add to the character of furniture!
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