One day, I received a message from a woman who was looking to sell some of her antique furniture stash. Whatever wasn't bought would be put on the curb 😔 As soon as she sent me a photo of this piece, I knew it had to be mine.
Now, this wasn't an easy transformation. The veneer was lifting/splitting, the back leg was split in half and the other half was nowhere to be found, a side panel of plexiglass was no longer there, and both front feet were missing the claw foot pieces. But that didn't stop me! I knew I could save this beauty from her near destiny, the trash.
That's why I do what I do 😁 I truly enjoy saving these pieces of history, and fixing them up so that they can be enjoyed for another 100+ years ❤️