Welcome to a portfolio of the completed projects.  


An antique buffet refinished in soldier blue....

An antique sofa table ...

 A bowed-front antique French Typography dresser...

A midnight blue hutch with white interior...

A retro waterfall dresser...

A vintage corner hutch...

An antique buffet & hutch in Raw  Silk

A big shabby chic coffee table

The Brand's dresser...

A silk screen buffet...

A freebie French transformation...

A very large melamine transformation...

A Mustard Yellow Buffet....

A fabric covered sidetable...

A little antique commode....

An old retro buffet refinished in Homestead Blue...

An antique white Thanksgiving buffet...

An adorable white tallboy with a bird and branches decal...

 A little antique dresser with a vintage French ad...

A dark green milk painted hutch...

An antique buffet in a deep indigo colour...

A repurposed side-of-the-road find armoire...

An adorable little green hutch...

An antique hatbox dresser refinished in a light green colour...

A lovely grey-blue distressed buffet...

An antique corner hutch in Homestead Blue....

A custom honey-oak mirror refinished in Homestead Blue...

A stunning antique tallboy...

A little retro number...

A super awesome refinished retro dresser....

An antique dresser refinished with chalk paint, complete with a French graphic....

A simple white cupboard...

A light blue vintage bicycle buffet...

 Another loveliest loyalist hutch

An antique typography vintage french advertisement buffet

A simple but beautiful white buffet

An antique bonnet dresser

A green cottage chic buffet

A distressed, greyish teal french provincial antique buffet:

The littlest light teal hutch:

A grey with a whitewash antique buffet and hutch:

An aged green antique buffet:

A black milk painted hutch:

A french provincial teal buffet with glass doors:

A lovely gaspe antique buffet:

A whimsical light green hutch with a painted white interior:

A shabby chic white hutch:

An antique buffet done is Gaspe:

A repurposed antique armoire:

A gorgeous, feminine antique buffet in paris grey chalk paint:

A white antique dining table:

A delicate hutch in Loyalist.

My own colour - a greyish blue, on an antique hutch.

A vibrant, eclectic black buffet.

A very, very old dresser.  I usually don't get them this old.

A gorgeous tall sideboard.

A Gaspe washstand.

 Just a simple painted black antique table.

We did two of these condo-sized antique buffets.

A lovely light blue dresser with an awesome mirror, done by the hubs.

A light green buffet table.

A stunning antique armoire.

An adorable vintage hutch

A very elaborate antique sideboard

 A simple, quaker blue buffet.

Another quaker blue buffet.  No, it's not the same one.

 A simple, black hutch.

Our gorgeous bathroom vanity

A fun, bright, mustard milk painted buffet

A lovely waterfall-style dresser.  Our very first of this kind - definitely not the last.

A two-toned distressed tallboy.

A lovely white chippy hutch.  

The Loyalist Hutch - one of the most gorgeous antiques I've ever painted.

My try at a new colour - purple.  I think I may do more purple pieces - it turned out quite lovely.

Mark painting this bold little tallboy.  It's fun, trendy and creates a statement.

We bought this wardrobe a while back, and it has been sitting in our garage for far too long.  Over Christmas, Mark decided to tackle it.  I'm so glad he did, because he sold it to a couple in Toronto the very next day.

This gorgeous antique dresser I found at an auction.  It found a new home in a little girl's bedroom in Mississauga.

This sideboard is painted in a deep teal milk paint.  Mark found it on the side of the road one day and was convinced it would be gorgeous.  Well, he was right :)

This dresser also was picked up at an auction.  I decided to try my hand at stenciling, and left the stencil the original wood.

Who doesn't love a little antique dresser painted white?  Simple, but cute.

This dresser was used in my first video tutorial.  It found a new home in a little girl's bedroom in Mississauga.  Hopefully it brings a smile to her face, as well :)

My new and improved dining room set.  The table my Dad built when my parents first were married, and the chairs I found at an auction and reupholstered them to match my decor.

This buffet was my first time using Miss Mustard Seed's paint colours.  It found a new home somewhere in Halton.

I found this antique sideboard on Kijiji in Simcoe a few months back.  It took me awhile to get it done, but I love the result.

Mark found this buffet and hutch on the side of the road, and he was the one responsible for the way it turned out.  Which is smashing.  It sold within a couple of days to a couple in Toronto.

This is my piano in my dining room.  So fun!  

Here's a hutch I painted for Pure in Burlington.  I used Miss Mustard Seed's 'Grain Sack'.

This hutch was in Pure and was featured in a magazine.  Originally it was a light greenish grey colour.  The customer who bought it asked me to repaint it this colour.

A gorgeous antique vanity, mirror and stool I picked up at an auction and refinished in a black milk paint.  The fabric on the bench is grain sack inspired, and I got to try my hand at upholstering tacks :)

I call this dresser 'Numbers Dresser'.  It was my first try at stenciling using chalk.

One of the first antique frames I've ever painted.  I sold it to Pure, and that weekend she sold it to someone who drove a Mercedes.  Fun!

Mark made this mirror out of barnboard we found in an old barn in Glanbrook.

This cute little set we found on our street out on a walk one day.  I painted it white, and my friend Rachel helped me choose the fabric for the seats.  I sold it a week later to a family near Gage park.

I had a lot of fun with this mirror.  After spray painting it dark brown, I attacked it with milk paint, then distressed it so the brown and gold flecks showed through.

This little antique side table found a new home as an aquarium stand.

Another fun floor height mirror.  I really loved this one.

This dresser was Mark's first go at milk paint.  After having it for sale for a few months, we bent our heads, sanded it down, and painted it over in latex.

This little rocking chair is so charming, I don't want to part with it.  It originally had the most ugliest red velvet on the seat cushion.

This was one of my very first buffets.  I wasn't thrilled with the colour choice, but someone else was.  I sold it to a couple who had just moved to Toronto from out BC, and were just getting started.

This little chest Lori found on the side of the road in Burlington, and asked me to work my magic on it.  It was a fun little project.


This was an old record player cabinet I found on Kijiji in Oakville.  Two old Italian men got it into the truck for me (I was pregnant).  Also one of my first pieces.

One of my first, and yet still one of my favorite hutches.  I love everything about it, and sold it for far to little.

Found this adorable dresser at an auction... milk painted it champlain, and sold it to Pure.  Should've kept it :)

I had fun with the vibrancy of this hutch!

This was one of a 3 part set.  The cutest little buffet.

Another one of my early pieces - just a shabby chic buffet.  I sold it to a girl in Toronto.  Mark delivered it for me, and wound up helping her carry it up a few floors into her condo.

This was the original hutch that was my first magazine feature!

My shabby chic coffee tables I picked up from a mechanic for $30 in Burlington.  They made me so happy :)

I called this the "Beauty and the Beast" hutch.  It looks like the armoire in that movie.  It found a new home in an office, serving as a book display.

A pretty hutch I did - and sold within 24 hours of listing it.  Again, should've sold it for more...

Just a cute little table.