Sarah, along with her mother in law Christine and sister in law Holly, operates House Of Red. They pretty much do it all in the home decor department. Recently Sarah got her hands on not one, but two French Provincial nightstands. Their owner was going to pitch them, but Sarah intervened and snatched them up. They were missing their original drawer pulls but Sarah was lucky enough to find some on Etsy to replace them.
Sarah painted both dressers a pale grey and attached white wallpaper border to the drawer fronts. She originally planned on painting the border but she liked it so much she decided to leave it white.
Sarah applied polyacrylic for protection. Then she lightly brushed the handle pulls with the same grey and used a silver paint in the detail line around the front.
Let's take a look at the most recent member of the "Get Stephanie To Change Her Mind On French Provincial Furniture Bandwagon"...
That is darling. (Darling is my new "go-to" word. I've been saying it ever since watching "The Birds" on AMC and hearing Tippi Hedren call pretty much everyone that. I'm driving Triple H nuts with it. Hehehehehe...)
Sarah writes, "These were a show stopper when we took them to a vintage garage sale in our local town. They sold to a couple who just bought a house and they are using them as end tables." Well done, Sarah! A save and a sale!
The House Of Red is based in West Chester, Pennsylvania. You can follow along and watch all of their creativity unfold on their House Of Red Facebook page. Get over there, give them a "like" and let them know you saw them on Furniture Flippin'.
Thanks so much Sarah for sharing your sensational furniture flip!
I'm wondering how many of you dear readers have a furniture flip you'd like to share? Once again, you don't have to have a blog, or a website, or a business or any other kind of page. If you've made over a piece of furniture, we want to see it! Send me before and after pictures plus all the details to firstname.lastname@example.org . I'll be watching for ya!