The dresser and sideboard are both available to be re-done custom. The dining table may be going to a customer to match some dining chairs I'm doing for her. Enjoy!
Also included is a solid pine dresser that I picked up last week. It's huge and weighs about 7 tons. It should refinish spectacularly, and give someone a lot of extra storage!
|I have a matching set of five school house chairs that this will look simply breath taking with! It has surprisingly petite dimensions, and is one of those things that if I just had the space, I would definitely keep for myself!|
|another view. The nice thing about antique dressers is that they are 100% solid wood. None of this yucky cheap particle board that you get today.|
|I adore those turned feet.|
|Sorry- had to take this pic in my basement. The chest is solid pine and soooo nice. I'll refinish the top so you can appreciate the beautiful solid pine that's under that paint, and then paint the case a fun color- maybe a swedish blue? a dove gray?|
|So this was what I got for myself. The little stool will go in the upstairs, maybe hold a vase of flowers or a potted plant. Don't you love the row of hooks? They swivel within that wooden structure- very handy!|
|I love the open sign. It probably dates to the 1940s. It's double sided, but the back side is pretty chipped away. Someday when I have my own barn to use as a workshop, I might hang it over the door.|