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Sold items page #5

Another beautiful farmhouse table, refinished by my husband Andrew.

The matching buffet was gorgeous too!

We used Country Chic Paint in Crinoline.

This was a classic staple for any farmhouse kitchen!

We used Country Chic Paint in Vanilla Frosting and Elegance on the inside.

This vintage secretary desk looked beautiful in the 

Country Chic Paint color called Elegance. I couldn’t agree more!

This small chest was gorgeous! All we had to do was paint the drawers. (We used Country Chic Paint in Vanilla Frosting.) Sometimes simple is better!

This desk sold so fast I actually don’t have a picture ofit with the protective wax coating or the hardware in place! I used Country Chic Paint in Pebble Beach and then the grey wax. It was amazing looking. The grey wax gave it a really nice looking texture.

This was a beautiful French provincial dresser with 12 drawers! Amazing!

We used Country Chic Paint in Vanilla Frosting.

So far this has been my favorite farmhouse china hutch.

Clean, simple, no cabinet doors. I guess you could call it “open concept!”

We used Country Chic Paint in Simplicity.

Country Chic Paint had a lovely Limited Edition color called “Enchantment”

and I loved it on this multi drawer nightstand. It was sold to be used in a little girl’s room. Perfect!

This French Provincial buffet was stunning!

The black Country Chic Paint called “Liquorice” really looked beautiful

with this piece. For a top coat we used CCP ‘s hemp oil.

 It is now in a suburban Philadelphia home.

This is another version of the farmhouse hutch.

We used Country Chic Paint in Simplicity.

This was such a sweet hope chest… all cedar inside

and unusual to find one with legs! We used Country Chic Paint

in Cheesecake. It sold very quickly!

A unique table… it swung open for a larger table top but

then folded for an entryway or sofa table.  We used

Country Chic Paint in Vanilla Frosting.

This table and set of four chairs was the perfect size for a smaller

home. An oldie but really goodie!

This is one of our fun up-cycle projects… an antique ironing board

turned wall-hanging cleaning caddy for the laundry room.

This is a gorgeous vintage china hutch! We loved it so much we didn’t change a thing. There is also a matching dining table (which needs a little TLC) as well as a small buffet (shown below.) 

Just the right size for smaller spaces! This is the matching sideboard or buffet to the china hutch above. With two doors that open to reveal storage space, this piece makes a great companion for your dining area or on its own as a fun coffee bar!


We just love this vintage buffet! This is how it looked when we purchased it along with a dining set, small sideboard, and a china cabinet.