Bow fronted vintage chest, painted in a grey/green and dark waxed. It has a pull out writing thing (any suggestions for the correct terminology gratefully received) and would make a cool filing cabinet but it would be equally useful in a hallway or lounge, let’s face it if you like it you can do what you like with it 😀
A pair of vintage Ercol chairs painted in a grey/green colour and upholstered in vintage chinoiserie fabric featuring exotic birds.
Some general shots of the shop by my super talented photographer. It would definitely make me want to pay a visit but then I may be biased… 😉
A pair of grey bedside cabinets. This is my seventh post tonight and I may have consumed some wine, I am also going on holiday tomorrow so in all honesty I have nothing more to say here 😀
Gorgeous deep blue vintage bow fronted chest, complete with eclectic knobs.
Vintage oak chest. Another transformation from dodgy brown varnish to golden oak, via a few hours heavy sanding. I did try leaving it in the sun for a while, I was hoping it might melt the varnish but no such luck 😀
Charcoal grey painted oak plate rack. Perfect for displaying your pottery although I think it would be a cool way to arrange pictures or photos too…
Victorian display cabinet. Ornate display cabinet in cool Teal.
Vintage grey painted oak chest with colour washed drawers and an ornate gilt mirror. It all looks rather French n’est-ce pas? Although none of it actually is 😉
Marble topped antique French buffet. Put it in the shop on Friday, sold it Tuesday and we were delivering it by Wednesday, reminds me of a song by Craig David 😉