Stunning Buffet in Typewriter

My word.
When I saw this beauty for sale, I pounced.
Finding beautiful buffets to refinish is very difficult as EVERYONE IS LOOKING FOR THEM.
It’s quite a competitive market where I live which is frustrating.
I had to make a quick decision on this one as I didn’t want to lose her.
When I went to pick her up, my decision was confirmed.
I scored one big, stunning buffet!

Typewriter Buffet BEFORE - Embracing Change

Good gracious.
I was more than excited to see what I could do with her.
I hesitated a bit to paint her…but then decided to go for it because I knew she was just going to be even more pretty.
If that is even possible :)

I wanted to be sure the color I chose suited her stately and elegant demeanor so I chose to go with a deep black.
I used Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in Typewriter.
I added the Bonding Agent as I wanted a smooth, non-chippy finish on this gal.

She is sealed in Miss Mustard Seed’s Hemp Oil.
I also used Hemp Oil inside to wipe down her tired drawers and made them shine.
That stuff is magic!
It made the wood come back to life.
It is amazing!

Typewriter is a deep, pure black that suits her so well.
I distressed her to highlight all her gorgeous details and show off her pretty wood tones.

Just look at those legs.
Oh my.
She is BEAUTIFUL.

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She is just stunning.
I think black was the right color choice, too.
GORGEOUS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. It turned out wonderful! Black was the perfect choice!

    xo Dianne

  2. Gorgeous! I love black furniture. Judith

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