I just LOVE a beautiful armoire makeover, so today I’m sharing some of my favorite furniture artists work all in one place. It was a great reminder reading through each of these blog posts to keep my eyes open for these timeless beauties. I hope you enjoy.
Raw Wood Farmhouse Armoire
My inspiration for this blog post started with my all-time favorite rescue of an antique armoire that had been painted black. After stripping all the old paint away, I discovered beautiful raw wood under all those layers of time. No way I could ever paint over wood like this. You can see the full makeover by CLICKING HERE. I cried a little after it sold. ♥
Shutter Armoire Makeover
Look at this beauty! Lauren from BLESS’ER HOUSE has really transformed this into something spectacular. The color and hardware is spot on for this style. Nice work, Lauren!
The timeless look of this entryway piece from Liz Marie BLOG collection is so grand in its simplistic state. Sometimes, less is more and this is the perfect example of just that. I love this one!
The Penelope Armoire
Carrie over at THIRTY-EIGHTH STREET has my full attention with this makeover. Big bold and chunky with tons of character. What a great statement piece this would make in a room. Just lovely!
Linen Cabinet Armoire
This has my heart! This beautiful example of ageless beauty by Julie Blanner and her use of organization are so inspiring. So many times I see these old pieces, and I can’t help but be reminded that some things are better left as is. This is one of them.
Antique Cabinet Makeover
What a transformation! You have to see the before to fully appreciate the after. Colleen over at Life On Kadeross Creek has a real talent with a paintbrush. You should totally check her blog out.
Old Armoire Renovation
Do you love milk paint? Well, Janice over at Sawdust Sisters has transformed this piece into a real beauty. Go over and check this blog post out if you want to learn more about milk paint. Such a beautiful look on furniture.
Black Armoire Makeover
Wow! I just love a black painted piece. Amanda at FERPIE & FRAY knocked this one out of the park on my “love me some black furniture” meter. With the hints of wood peeking through the paint… it adds just the right feel. Her staging is always so simplistic and well stated. Nice work.
Thanks for stopping by today for my roundup of beautiful Armoires. I hope this will inspire you to seek out these old pieces and give them some love. Saving the landfills, one piece at a time.
Until the next project…