Buffets and china cabinets are the sweethearts of a furniture artist’s stash. They provide that big flat surface for artistic vision, and really showcase colors, textures and sheens beautifully.
As you may know, I recently painted my kitchen cabinets in Driftwood gray. I love them! I haven’t shared much of the project yet because we still have a few projects pending. The space you see to the left of the upper china cabinet used to have a bank of cabinets that came out over […]
My son Jack recently acquired his FIFTH fish tank, and they all live in his bedroom. The most recent one is the largest, and he asked for a cabinet to put it on, so I found this beautiful solid old piece on FB Marketplace. It’s a TV cabinet from when TV’s were actually built into […]
When I purchased this buffet, I can’t say gray even entered my mind. But when Rene came to purchase the French Linen night stands from me a couple weeks ago, she mentioned she needed a buffet. I took a chance and showed her this one, and she decided it was perfect for her space! She […]
Antique buffet gets a stunning makeover with Dixie Belle Buttercream chalk paint.
Learn how to blend 4 paint colors on your furniture for this statement look. It’s easier than you think!
While I’m calling this a mid century credenza diy, it’s actually not a vintage piece of furniture. I’m told it was in a hotel, but it is obviously made in the mcm style. If you aren’t familiar, that’s just a style of furniture that was popular in the 1950’s-ish, and has straight lines or geometric […]