Painted black with sanded edges this table is, of course, solid wood. The top is laminate which makes it even more durable, scratch resistant, and heat resistant than wood. It's been painted and coated with polyurethane. It comes with two captains chairs and 4 side chairs, and measures 75" X 35 1/2" with extentions as pictured, or 60" X 35 1/2 without extentions.
Older furniture is almost always WAY better quality than what you can buy now (in an affordable price range). This Thomasville headboard is a case in point. It's solid wood, solid construction, and built to last! And it's beautiful! I love old furniture!
Ok, I know you all think I'm crazy, but in the right room this would look AMAZING! You know the kind of coastal look, or the cottage look with a few old things thrown in to add character? I need to stage this one because the driveway just isn't doing it justice. I was so psyched to get my hand on this treasure!
Think I could talk my teenage girls into putting this in one of their rooms? Yeah, I guess not. So it's for sale!!! I reinforced all the drawers with gorilla glue, and added a layer of semi-gloss acrylic for extra durability. It's ready for any kid!
I have a confession. I'm really afraid of color. Right now I have 3 rooms I'm getting ready to paint and decorate, but I think I need to try something other than brown, black, and red! Here is an example of my decorating style. I know it's boring, but it's what I like. This is our guest bathroom and I think the only color is in the plant sitting on the vanity. I've thought about painting in here, but all I would do is brush on a brown glaze. Ha ha.
Kimette at Lost and Found refinished this gorgeous dresser and I purchased it in the Spring. I know, weird, huh? I hadn't started selling yet, and I had never run across a dresser I liked more. (This still holds true). I just bought a new bedroom set, and sadly, I don't have a place for this beauty anymore. Believe me, I tried. Anyway, she is for sale, but I'm keeping the nightstands!
This amazing piece of furniture was purchased at Down East (originally from Pottery Barn) and had a few little issues. The owner decided to go for it and have it refinished in orange. In my pictures it doesn't have any knobs because the owner was going to buy new knobs in oil rubbed bronze. I'll post a picture of it as soon as she sends one. I love all the little drawers!
This is kind of a different style for me. I like some of the stuff Brooke at "All Things Thrifty" does and so I decided to try out her black glaze technique. I think I like it? It's just way different than my usual, but different is good, right?