Twig & Thyme Design’s Painted Furniture

I knew when I saw her that I wanted to go with the same classic yet modern look that we did on our more recent secretary desk. This neutral gray paired with the “bare” legs and white knobs will go down as one of my favorite looks of the year! ” – Twig & Thyme Design

It has only taken me forever to get this adorable chest of drawers posted but here it is! The drawers have been refinished to reveal their beautiful light raw wood and sealed in a satin finish for just the right amount of sheen. The body has been painted in my new favorite color, British Gray by Paint Couture Paint Company and the hardware of course is from D. Lawless Hardware”

” Imagine having this gal in your guest room this holiday for all of your family and friends to enjoy throughout their stay. She’s got plenty of drawer space to serve as a petite chest to store their belongings as well as a great desk area that doubles as a make up vanity for your guests to sit and relax as they get ready. “

“It’s rare that I have a piece in my inventory that I’m okay with selling painted or unpainted. This Jacobean cabinet was one of those rare ones! In its original condition it was gracefully aged and still really beautiful but I decided to put her up for customization and let her future owner decide, painted or original.  This beauty ended up being chosen by our Etsy customer in South Carolina and was customized to complement her home in a painted finish while still showing off her gorgeous legs. We mixed up a custom creamy white and paired it with rich antique walnut stained legs. Making the ornate details pop was out number one priority so we glazed and distressed them to perfection! Oh and the inside is completely painted as well! No detail was spared on this Jacobean stunner! ”

Twig & Thyme Design

Twig & Thyme Design

” This vintage buffet had great bones but was ready for a makeover to better fit my clients style. She loves ornate details and metallic finishes and fell in love with an inspiration piece that was just her style. Unfortunately her buffet was much more simple compared to her inspiration but that didn’t stop us! Using various authentic details from other buffets I have in my inventory, I created molds to add dimension and detail that we could highlight using glaze and gold gilding to really make her piece pop! This look was completed using a combination of General Finishes and Annie Sloan products with D. Lawless Hardware casters. We absolutely love how it turned out! “