Distressing reveals the original wood tones. The original pulls were replaced with newer pulls.
Worn and weary French provincial pieces are one of my favorite styles of furniture to refinish. With their classic design and signature pulls, they are loaded with potential with all that paint, glaze and distressing can do for them!
These matching nightstand took on a new life after being painted and glazed in Antiqued White, with Tea Stained Glaze accenting the curves and detail of the nightstands.
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This buffet has three drawers behind the right doors, with double storage shelf behind left doors. The original brass door pulls were reused.
For more inspiration, visit our Hutches, Cabinets & Buffets collection.
This beat up old bookshelf was given a whole new lease on life with paint, glaze and distressing.
Adding to the new look was bead board that replaced the original backing. The entire piece was refinished in Off White, with Espresso Glaze accenting the detail and dings on the piece.
Distressing revealed the original wood tones, and the lines in the bead board.
For her beach house furniture make-over, Marian chose Aqua for her antique chunky buffet. For a cabinet and bar with a top that opens, she selected Antiqued White.
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