This rustic oak table has been whitewashed to highlight its incredible character. It would look fabulous in any setting from kitchen to conservatory. Perfect for small spaces and would compliment shabby chic, industrial chic or rough luxe interiors.
The pine chairs have been painted in Annie Sloan Pure white chalk paint and waxed twice for protection. The seats have been covered in black and white gingham and stencilled with a French style motif featuring a chicken.
Both the table and chairs are one-off originals.
Table £Sold Chairs £Sold each or £Sold for the pair
Painted pine dresser.
This compact dresser has been painted in Annie Sloan Paris Grey chalk paint, lightly distressed and finished with neutral wax to protect it. The interior has been painted with Old White chalk paint for contrast. Finally we added knobs with numbers to give it a contemporary edge.
Perfect for smaller kitchens and dining areas, you get a lot of storage without taking up too much space. It would suit any interior from cottage to modern.
Mid century chest.
This mid century chest by Remploy has been given a 21st century makeover in shades of weathered grey. One drawer has been sanded and polished in dark wax as a reminder of its original finish. We retained the original drawer pulls and sprayed them grey to match.
It would make a great sideboard or hall piece as well as being perfect storage in a retro bedroom.
An early 20th century oak corner cupboard that has been lime waxed to enhance the patina of the oak and give it that slightly weathered look. I have replaced the handles with crystal knobs. This is a beautiful original piece that would look lovely in a bathroom, bedroom or hallway. It is very solid (it does not separate into two units) and well made and provides great storage.
Dimensions: Height 176cm, Width 68cm, Depth 45cm.
This bureau has been decoupaged with a vintage map of France and painted with Annie Sloan Chateau Grey chalk paint, which has a green tinge that co-ordinates with the details on the map. It has been finished with wax and several coats of varnish on the map to protect it. The interior is in good condition, the original leather sciver looks almost new. This not only looks fantastic but is also a very versatile piece of furniture that can be used to store a laptop. This is a one-off item that would look great in a traditional or contemporary setting.
Dimensions: Width 78cm, Height 101cm, depth 45cm.
This is an early 20th century reproduction Regency sideboard and therefore more solid and well made than some later copies. I’m getting a lot of inspiration from the current ‘industrial chic’ trend so I thought I would give it a more contemporary edge. I have painted it in Annie Sloan French Linen chalk paint and added stripes in Annie Sloan Pure white with numbers on the doors and drawer. It was then waxed twice to protect the finish. I also resprayed the original handles in chrome and distressed them a little. This sideboard is low enough to be used as a desk as well and would make a stylish and original feature in a traditional or modern setting.
Dimensions: Width 122cm, Height 84cm, Depth 58cm.
An early 20th century oak veneer wardrobe, painted in Annie Sloan Paris Grey chalk paint.
This petite wardrobe has been painted and stencilled with a bird motif and finally waxed twice for durability.
The interior still has the original shelves labelled shirts etc and a hanging rail that takes a full size hanger (which is unusual for this type of wardrobe).
This lovely, unique wardrobe would be perfect for a guest or cottage bedroom and is ideal for a little girl’s room.