Well this turned out to be quite the project. It all started when I saw a piece of furniture on the side of the road, and like every good junker I was like “I have to have this!” My father came and met me, he looked at me like I was crazy, we loaded it up and headed home. It was missing half of its doors. To read more click the link below:
Hello all! I have been finishing furniture and posting things on Facebook, but it has been a while since I blogged about a recent furniture piece. I thought this recent custom order would be perfect to share! Clink the link below to read/see more!
I completed this really awesome custom order. My client wanted to spice up her dining area. She had a table with a bench on one side, and wanted chairs around the table to be all different. There were five dining chairs, each one a different color, and we mixed and matched patterns. The sixth chair will be used for a side chair. Click here to read more: https://renewedreloved.wordpress.com/2015/06/18/mad-hatter-tea-party/
I love when clients send me photos of the piece I had done for them! Happy how this vanity turned out, and the clients love it too! Here are the photo's they shared with me.
I would like to announce the expansion of the Renewed Reloved line. As an avid pet lover, and to all those pet lovers out there, Renewed Reloved will now be creating wonderful pet beds and homes for your fluffy friends! Here is the line's logo! Message me if you are interested in designing a custom order!
For those of you who DON’T know, and it’s ok if you don’t, but Hooverville’s were little shanty towns made by homeless people during the Great Depression. The poor conditions that came with the Great Depression and it’s affect on the people, and the development of these shanty towns blamed President Hoover, hence the name “Hooverville.” Ok, so what am I getting at? This custom order I worked on is a “Hoosier” cabinet, but was in such AWFUL condition, I thought I would do a little play on words and call it “Hoosierville” clever, right? I thought so. Click the link below to read more:
Wondering where the name came from? The paint color! The paint I used for this piece was called “Cheyenne Green” by Benjamin Moore paints. This was a custom order, and they had picked the color, and it is one I will definitely be using going forward! Click the link below to read more!