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Friday Five: Fabulous Furniture Features No. 11

Written By petite karinne on Friday, December 12, 2014 | 3:25 AM

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This is where I share my five favorites that I scouted out during the week. 

Ready for some 

Oooohs and aaaahs ? 

In no particular order because they are each,  just too splendid,  please enjoy these fabulous works. 

Red Delicious

by Mak & Jill at


This color certainly cures the red appetite. Paired with mahogany perfectly makes a bold but quite classy statement.  Love the wood grain flowing through the color and how it is brought out with subtle hardware. You can see more delicious pieces at  Mak & Jill

Antique Roll Top Desk Makeover 
by Angie at Knick of Time 


Have you ever seen an antique updated to include such details as this? Angie paid attention to every one of them. Right down to the antique stencilling and printing labels. She chose the perfect drawer pulls and disguised the old damaged areas in a way that the desk remains antique. It looks like it came directly from the general store. Read Angie's post and see so many other lovely pieces at Knick of Time


by Angela at A to Z Custom Creations 


Did you notice that cameo? Or was it the curved doors that grabbed your attention? I keep looking at everything. Those handles. Those feet! How about the silver finishing?  You should see what it looked like before Angela made this into a pink masterpiece at A to Z Custom Creations. It had years of damage. 

No. 105 Antique Navy Blue Chest of Drawers

by Jenni at

Roots and Wings Furniture


Oh my, such a rich blue and pretty dark stain.  That mirror is my favorite part! Love the knobs used on the swivel frame. And what???? A working skeleton key to boot! This is a treasure. Jenni explains the details at Roots and Wings Furniture where you can see much more. 

French Bench Makeover

by Kim at 


I drool every time I see French antique cane. Kim waxed the highlights and layered the finishes with that perfect touch of grey to make this bench seat so French savvy.  I must mention... layers, lots of them. She worked on this a few times and the end result is stunning. Perfected. You can see each of the transformations at Savvy Southern Style where the links are located. 

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I'm truly inspired by these fabulous pieces of furniture.

I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. 

If you pin your favorites, make sure you do so from the creator's post, so they can appreciate you in return.  :) 

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