A step by step guide to refinishing a vintage credenza – from cleaning and sanding to wood bleaching and sealing!
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Mid Century Modern Craddock Buffet
When I came across this set, I hadn’t heard of Craddock Furniture from Evansville, Indiana. Thanks to some helpful refinishers (that could also double as amateur sleuths!), I was able to learn more about the company. Materials: Annie Sloan’s Athenian Black chalk paint Annie Sloan’s clear wax Walrus Oil’s Furniture Butter Howard Products Feed-N-Wax HowContinue reading “Mid Century Modern Craddock Buffet”
Mid Century Modern Princeville Credenza
A gorgeous Princeville credenza was an incredible find at Mission Thrift Store! Materials: Annie Sloan’s Athenian Black chalk paint Annie Sloan’s clear wax Walrus Oil’s Furniture Butter Howard Products Feed-N-Wax How I refinished this piece: I started by sanding the entire piece. I used my Dewalt variable random orbit sander to remove the finish from theContinue reading “Mid Century Modern Princeville Credenza”
Mid Century Modern Media Stand/ Credenza
This well loved piece had a former life as a tv stand/ media unit. The top was Arborite (not wood and not able to be sanded) so my vision included more paint than I usually do. Click here for a list of basic supplies you’ll need for your chalk paint project and here for theContinue reading “Mid Century Modern Media Stand/ Credenza”