Coastal Blue Bar Cart

There are some pieces of vintage furniture that are just meant to be painted and re-designed. Their purpose and function is timeless. Their lines are classic. And their hardware is brass! This bar cart is one of those pieces. I … Continue reading

Duck Egg Blue Jelly Cabinet

Jelly Cabinets (Jelly Cupboards, Jam Cabinets) became popular in the early 19th century kitchen as a place to store homemade jams and jellies throughout the winter and keep out mice and other pests. The design is simple and reproductions can … Continue reading

Marble Top Table

Painting furniture requires moderate temperatures – ideally between 65 and 75 degrees. I work in my garage, so during the winter months in New Jersey, I can only work on small projects that I can fit down my basement stairs. … Continue reading

Upcycled Three-Tiered Table

You’ve probably seen one of these three-tiered tables … at an older relatives house… probably in the formal living room. They were popular! But not so much now. And when a mom asks her adult children if one of them … Continue reading

Ballet Pink Nightstand

Grandma’s nightstand was well loved and had seen better days! But Susan saw the potential in it and reached out to Hazel Mae Home to redesign it for her little girl’s bedroom. After an initial sanding and cleaning, she needed … Continue reading

Dining Room Hutch Gets a New Look and New Life!

Hutch? China Cabinet? Breakfront? Whatever you like to call them, these huge pieces of furniture were so popular but are now rarely seen. This one belonged to Suzanne’s father who asked her never to part with it! But, Suzanne was … Continue reading

Graphite and White Wax Accent Table

Hello… it’s been awhile! I took a short break to attend to some other priorities… including a new addition to the HMH business – The Westfield Oil Co.! (I’ll tell you about that below!) But, that break turned into months, … Continue reading