Hello! Happy Spring! It’s been awhile since I’ve shared a furniture redesign. We are in the midst of some updates on our old house and selections of bluestone and door knobs and windows has been keeping me busy! I have been … Continue reading
If you have been following me for any amount of time now, you will have noticed that I only paint vintage pieces of furniture. I have always had a fondness for old things. I love walking the booths at antique … Continue reading
Sometimes pieces are tricky. A lot of times, they need a little extra love. The two pieces I recently redesigned show that refinishing furniture takes some prep work, skill, care and a lot of love. But they also show how beautiful vintage, … Continue reading
The arrival of this dresser to my friend Susannah’s master bedroom was years in the making. I’m not kidding. A couple years ago Susannah had asked if I could keep an eye out for a tall Hepplewhite dresser for her. … Continue reading
Queenstown Gray Hepplewhite Buffet (SOLD)
This classic Hepplewhite buffet was redesigned in a deep, rich gray – Queenstown Gray Milk Paint by General Finishes. I have been trying out this line of paint and have been very happy with how it goes on and distresses. I rubbed back the paint to allow some of the original wood to show and the contrast is lovely. The top was sanded down and re-stained in General Finishes Java Gel Stain and finished with a semi-gloss top coat.
The inside of the drawers and cabinets are painted in Fusion Mineral Paint in Sterling gray. I lined the drawers with beautiful paper from Spoonflower. Finally, the original brass hardware was cleaned and enhanced with Gilders Paste.
The drawers slide smoothly and the cabinets open easily. The top drawer has two dividers.
This buffet would be a beautiful vintage addition to a dining room, a foyer or as a media cabinet under a television.
Dimensions: 66″ W x 20″ D and 37″ H
$815 including NJ sales tax
Local New Jersey Pick Up Only
Email me at hazelmaehome at yahoo.com or message me if you are interested in taking a closer look. The sale of my redesigned pieces are on a first come, first served basis.