Suffice it to say, we have been crazy busy. Like most everyone during this time of year, somehow there doesnt seems to be enough hours in the day to accomplish all that I would like to. Half way through working on this lovely piece, I was also completely redoing our teenage daughters bedroom (that post to come) moving our younger teenage son into our daughters old room (and redoing it), planning, prepping, baking/cooking and creating a huge Thanksgiving feast for our local extended family and attempting to tackle some smaller projects around the house. Does this strike a chord in any of you? I thought it might, so we are moving on.
I was tickled when I found this piece. Not only was it in great overall condition, but none of the veneer needed repaired and all of the drawers/doors operate very smoothly.
I knew right away that I wanted to keep this buffet very classic. So I opted for a French Linen DIY chalk paint on the body of the piece and the trim received a delicate coat of Alabaster White.
I very gently distressed, as a nod to its vintage appeal, and buffed all the hardware with Rub n Buff in antique gold.
The top of the buffet was given 2 coats of a wipe on Polyurethane for added durability and the body was coated with clear wax.
The overall finish is so super elegant and absolutely timeless.
She’s available for sale.