Happy Friday everyone! I hope you have all had a wonderful week and are ready for the weekend. It’s been a busy stretch for our family–celebrating my youngest’s 4th birthday and our 12 year anniversary, all while having family visiting in town! Whew, I’m a little tired.
I’m always still up for a good furniture makeover party though, so let’s dive right on in to Friday’s Furniture Fix #36.
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We are changing it up this week and each picking 2 feature links. Even with just 3 co-hosts now, we still wanted to provide as many opportunities to feature each of your wonderful work.
This week we’ll start with Lucy. Her first pick comes from Linda at Q is for Quandie. This vintage chest on chest was brightened up using Fusion’s Buttermilk Cream and Limestone. I always love Linda’s staging–you should definitely check out her post to see all of her gorgeous photos.
Lucy’s 2nd pick is the madeover phonograph cabinet by Tammy from The Tattered Rabbit. This cabinet started out spray-painted black, so Tammy stripped all the paint, refinished the top, painted the base, and finished off the doors with some decoupaged paper. It was a real labor of love, but I think you will agree that the end result of beautiful 🙂
Next up are Susie’s picks for the week. Her first is the Brackenbury Dresser, from Danielle at Finding Silver Pennies. This $30 Facebook dresser has a completely new look! Danielle used Fusion’s Coal Black to paint the base and accented the detail with Fusion’s Studio Metallics in Bronze. Danielle is a real furniture professional–I would highly recommend reading her post to see her tips.
Susie also chose the Gray and Turquoise cabinet from Patricia at The Wood Spa. This pretty little cabinet has a secret inside! Isn’t that pop of bright color fun?
Last are my 2 picks for the week. First, I chose the French Flea Market post from Ashley at Vintage Refined. Ashley takes us along with her through a real Paris flea market and shows how painted furniture isn’t a new fad, but a timeless tradition. You have to go see her other photos!
On a totally different note, I also loved this modern-style Mint Dining Hutch from Marie at The Interior Frugalista. Marie found a discontinued chalk paint color, called Pistachio, and used it to update this hutch for a client. Why has this color been discontinued? I have no idea . . . It’s gorgeous!!
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