Peacock Blue Old Oak Chair

Peacock Blue Old Oak ChairCharming 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!

French Nightstand in Peacock Blue – Before & After

TFrench Nightstand in Peacock Blue - Before & After from Facelift Furniturehis beat up old French nightstand was begging for a new look, and paint, glaze and distressing delivered!

Refinished in Peacock Blue, Black glaze was used to accent the molding and detail, and to provide an antiqued look.

A nicer looking French pull from left over from another project was attached to the drawer, capping off a whole new look for this nightstand!

For more inspiration, visit our Nightstands – Before & After collection.  Or take visit our Peacock Blue Refinished Furniture collection. 

Antique Coffee Table in Peacock Blue – Before & After

This antique coffee table was given a whole new look with paint, glaze and distressing.

Refinished in Peacock Blue, Black glaze provided an antiqued look an accented the molding.

Distressing revealed the original wood tones. 

For more inspiration, visit our Coffee Tables – Before & After collection. 

 

Pedestal Table in Distressed Peacock Blue – Before & After

This small Duncan Phyfe pedestal table was given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing

Refinished in Peacock Blue, Black glaze was used to accent the detail and provide an antiqued look.

Light distressing revealed the original wood tones. 

The original hardware on the tips of the table legs were reused as a throw back to the original design.

For more inspiration, visit our End Tables – Before & After collection.

Nightstand Repurposed into Sewing Storage – Before & After

Nightstand repurposed into sewing storage - Before and After from Facelift FurnitureThis simple nightstand was repurposed into a sewing storage cabinet for my daughter using paint, glaze and distressing.

The top was painted Dark Brown, while the front and sides were painted Robin’s Egg Blue. 

The drawers were painted Turquoise, Blazing Orange, Lime Green, and Peacock Blue. 

Black Glaze was used to provide an aged look with the new colors. Light distressing revealed the original wood tones and white primer. 

Brushed silver knobs were add to the drawers. 

 

Vintage Chest in Distressed Peacock Blue – Before & After

This old chest of drawers was given a great new look with paint, glaze and distressing!

Refinished in Peacock Blue, the chest was brought back to life! Black Glaze accented the detail on the drawers, molding and legs.

Light distressing revealed a pop of original wood tones and white primer. 

New knobs topped off the new look of this old chest!

For more inspiration, visit out Chests of Drawers – Before & After collection. 

Peacock Blue – Painted, Glazed & Distressed

The transforming look of Peacock Blue! DIY furniture inspiration from Facelift Furniture.Color opens the door for weary, old furniture to go in a direction that elevates it with one-of-a-kind character.

Peacock Blue does that with its rich, deep color, and these Duncan Phyfe pieces show how.

The small pedestal end table makes a statement with the new look Peacock Blue provides.

The chair, with the top painted Blazing Orange, pops to life in Peacock Blue and the seat cover with material from Hobby Lobby.

For more inspiration, visit our Peacock Blue refinished furniture collection.