Ornate furniture that’s seen it’s better day has the chance at a whole new life when transformed by paint, glaze and distressing.
With a favorite paint color, and the transformative effect of glaze, the piece pops back to life with a one-of-a-kind look.
Distressing adds a final touch as original wood tones peak through the paint and glaze.
Go HERE to see how this English Buffet was transformed in Grey and Black Glaze!
And for more inspiration, visit out Hutches, Cabinets & Buffets collection.
This narrow chest of drawers had seen its better day. Weary and worn, it took on a whole new life with paint, glaze and distressing!
Refinished in Sea Blue and Black Glaze, it came back to life. Distressing revealed its original wood tones, and new helped give it an upstyled look!
For more inspiration, visit our Bedroom Furniture – Before & After collection.
This tall dresser was painted, glazed, and distressed, giving it a new, upstyled look.
It was painted Barn Red, with Black Glaze accenting the molding. The edges were lightly distressed, and the original vintage pulls were spray painted satin black.
Vintage furniture that’s dated, beyond repair, and discarded may be repurposed and recreated into one-of-a-kind accents that pop with character and live on with charm.
With paint, glaze and distressing, old headboards, often not tall enough for newer beds, may be repurposed in coat or towel racks, chalk boards, and even photo displays.
Broken old chairs may also take on a new life as coat racks. The same may be said with small cabinet doors and drawer fronts from dressers discarded by the roadside.
Even the sides and legs of coffee tables as well as the sides and ends of cribs may repurposed! You can find examples of all of these in our Repurposed Wall Pieces collection.
It’s an album with a full does of DIY inspiration and pleasure, full of ideas and our favorite repurposing projects! Dig into the collection HERE!
Chunky pine end tables painted, glazed and distressed in Sea Blue with Black Glaze accenting detailed areas.
Distressing reveals yellow wood tones of original finish.
For more inspiration, visit our Living & Dining Room Furniture – Before & After collection.
Classic French Provincial nightstand painted, glazed, and distressed in Turquoise with Black Glaze accenting detailed areas. Distressing reveals original wood tones. Original pulls are re-used on this piece.
For more inspiration, visit these Facelift Furniture collections:
Charming old oak chair with great lines and ornate detail. Painted, glazed, and distressed in Peacock Blue, with Black Glaze and distressing accenting detailed areas and the old oak character. New upholstery fabric from Hobby Lobby.
To see this chair’s twin upstyled in antiqued white, go HERE. Visit our DIY Inspiration album for even more furniture brought to life with paint and glaze!