Did you know that I am obsessed with tea carts?
Truth is, if I could, I’d have one in every room of the house. I mean, seriously. What is more versatile than a tea cart? Aside from the usual kitchen and dining, think about tea carts in the bathroom for extra storage, in the office for supplies or beverages, and in living areas for food and/or beverages.
It’s a total win win.
For more information about the beautiful cart refinished by The Navage Patch, please visit their blog. They are very thorough in their process and provide terrific directions.
Another pro refinisher that always delivers on color and quality is Pat from The Wood Spa. One look at this amazing finish in graphite and I was totally smitten.
And Kandice from Just the Woods submitted this impressive buffet that was refinished by applying an oversized transfer. I did check and she provided the details of the transfer (including an easy link for purchasing) just in case you love it so much, you’d like to give it a try. I know I plan to!! 🙂
And speaking of vintage, how about this vintage hutch refinished by Brenda from Unique Junktique ? It’s so fresh and fun, we just had to show it off.
And our last feature for the week is this amazing chest refinished by Carrie from Thirty Eighth Street. She explains how to get this velvety finish with milk paint.
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And now, Friends, I must share some sad news. This is my last week as co-host at Friday’s Furniture Fix. I will be moving on to engage in other projects. However, Lucy plans to continue The Fix and will share her plans for the party shortly.
Please know that my time here is a treasure that I will always cherish.
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