Amy
Amy
  • Hometalker
  • Hampton, VA

Thrift Store Find


I bought this sideboard at the thrift store a few years ago. Today I started to work on it.
painted furniture sideboard thrift salvage, painted furniture
I started to strip it down only to realize the top was not the tiger wood I thought it was.
painted furniture sideboard thrift salvage, painted furniture
painted furniture sideboard thrift salvage, painted furniture
I had to paint the top, and with that had to paint the doors. The trim I stained it in ebony. I do like the natural look of the tiger wood but thought I would make this piece have a little more modern look to it.
painted furniture sideboard thrift salvage, painted furniture
I think it turned out pretty good. In this picture it looks a little darker then it really is. Not to bad for a great foyer piece, or in the dinning area.

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