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These are some of our past projects. We show them to you here so you can get a feel for the quality of our work, and the style of our finished pieces.
Gorgeous ball and claw feet.
Federal-Style Buffet Table
Elegant and useful
Stunning makeover with one-of-a-kind knobs
Lane Cedar Chest
Elegant Queen Anne legs.
Flaming Birch Chair
Gorgeous wooden chair, newly upholstered.
Perfect for the foot of your bed to hold your treasures.
Was once owned by United Shoe Machinery Corp of Beverly, Mass.
A custom-painted client-owned piece.
1880s 3-drawer dresser
Vintage Oak Bureau
Sea Glass and Oak
Where it all began...
I looked everywhere for two dressers with specific measurements. I couldn't find what I wanted so I had someone make them, and then I finished them the way I had wanted using Old Fashioned Milk Paint. They turned out even better than I had envisioned, and the seed was planted... NOT FOR SALE!
Solid Wood Desk
Built in 1947... lookin' good!
Birdseye Maple Empire Dresser
We salvaged what we could of the gorgeous birdseye maple veneer, and painted the rest with a custom-mixed chalk paint. SOLD!
Replaced back with wainscotting, then decoupaged.
Plum and Burgundy Bureau
This dresser was custom-painted to the customer's specifications -- she wanted something she had seen in a designer shop that had already been sold. I nailed it, she was thrilled!
A cute little parlor table made by the Paine Furniture Company in Boston, MA
Mid-Century Drum Table
Rotating drum table... fun!
Quarter-Sawn Oak Buffet
This oak buffet was so dark that you couldn't see the gorgeous tiger stripes.
Oak Commode from 1880s
I cleaned this chest up to show the beautiful oak hiding beneath the surface.
Oak Coffee Table
Sanded the top down, stained and poly'd for durability, and painted the base with a custom-mixed chalk paint.
Butler & Tie Cabinet
I re-purposed the top of an antique oak dresser to make this beautiful table.
This beautiful bureau held a secretary desk in the second drawer... repainted and stained for long-lasting durability.
Mersman Drum Table
New England Telephone & Telegraph
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