That large bedroom set I showed you last week are in the paint booth now. All the tops were stripped, sanded and stained. Yesterday, I started the clear coats for the tops. The bodies have been sanded and painting will start today. There is still a lot to do but I am hopeful that they will get done before I leave.
The mirror came in this week and sadly, it has a few bumps and bruises. I decided to go with the large Kensington Mirror from Pottery Barn and I am on the fence about sending it back or dealing with the few imperfections.
I originally wanted to go with medicine cabinets because I HATE things being on the counter. Toothbrushes, tooth paste, etc need to be hidden. Once the sink was purchased, I started to lean towards one regular mirror instead of two small medicine cabinets. The sink is not huge and the medicine cabinets would be really close together and I think it might look weird. I love the style of the Kinsington and the size is just right for out sink.
The vanity got one coat of paint! Yesterday, I sat on the floor in the bathroom for a while just staring. I put down a few flooring samples and the countertop sample to see everything together. Sometimes things look great on paper and in sample size but once you start putting it all together, it doesn't feel right. So far, things are looking good...or at least I think so.
After a few weeks thinking about it, I have decided to sale the buffet and china cabinet I found. They are gorgeous pieces and I wish I had room for them. Our house is small and they just aren't going to work for us. I do not have measurements yet but if you are interested in them let me know. I'll try to get measurements posted today. There is also a matching dining table with 6 chairs. I do not have pictures of it but will post them soon as well.
All 3 pieces are a set from a New Orleans store, Max Barnett Furniture Company. Again, I'll post more pictures, measurements, and prices soon on my SHOP page.
Sorry for the bad pictures...the storage unit was dark.
These two are in good enough shape to be stained and not painted. All the handles are solid brass and can be polished to a gorgeous bright brass.
Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in any of these pieces. I am booked through mid-July so let me know ASAP to get on the schedule.
Have a great weekend!