Well the kids are back to school, there is a cool breeze in the air, and this always makes me itch for a new project! How about you??
Let's take a look at what'cha been workin' on, shall we?!?
First up this week is a pretty big project for a first timer - check out Charlene's beautifully restyled table and chairs:
Charlene used Billowing Sails and Pyjama Weather from our van Gogh fossil paint line to restyle this set and it looks great! Chairs are no easy task - so to take these on as a first project is super impressive!
Here is a picture of Charlene's table and chairs before their beautiful makeover, you can see the table was quite worn and the whole set was looking a bit dark and dated:
Great job Charlene - can't wait to see what you work on next!
Now, we've shared some of Heather's work before - but this may be my favourite so far! I mean, just look at this gorgeous dresser restyled in Pyjama Weather!
Such a great piece and such a great colour! I'm so glad you stuck with the original hardware on this Heather! Seriously stunning!
Here's a look at Heather's dresser 'before':
Great restyle! Thanks for sharing Heather!
Last but not least this week is Chris's vintage cabinet painted in van Gogh's River Tides. This piece looks beautiful with a bit of distressing and a mix of our natural and french caffeine beeswax! This was Chris's first project using our waxes so I shared a quick little 'how to' tutorial I wrote with him, and I think he did a fantastic job!
Here's a look at the cabinet before it's beautiful makeover:
Thank you so much to Charlene, Heather & Chris for sharing all of your projects with us!
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Looking forward to hearing from you! We love to share what you do!