No 1970s Furniture Here

By Tammy, Owner/Artist at The Tin Shed Design Studio in Howell, MI.

This buffet has been completely transformed!  It used to be the bottom part of a 1970s china cabinet and now it has turned into this modern beauty!

This unique finish was created using General Finishes Queenstown and Limestone blended and shaded together.  Have you seen the hardware?!  It is A. MAZING and has been updated with The same GF colors plus Rub N Buff Silver and GF Pitch black Glaze to give it an old tarnished silver look. The top has been sanded to the bare wood and stained with Minwax Dark Walnut and GF Black Gel Stain to add some warmth yet dark enough to coordinate with the body.

Project Category

Upcycling Merit CategoriesShades of Gray

Products Used

  • GF Queenstown Gray
  • GF Limestone Gray
  • GF Pitch Black Glaze
  • GF Flat Out Flat
  • Rub N Buff Silver Leaf
  • Minwax Dark Walnut
  • GF Black Gel stain
  • GF HPTC Satin

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