The (newer) blue painted finish has been lightly scraped & sanded exposing the natural wood beneath and beautifully highlighting the details of the casework. The scalloped contours of the top are repeated in each of the serpentine drawer fronts.
It is the lovely carved curved details along the paneled doors in addition to floral embellishments on the lower skirt and upper panel that sets this French sideboard apart from other, in addition to the top which lifts open on hinges to reveal hidden storage underneath.
The pine is inviting in this delightful farm table with turned legs. With the single drawer, it may serve as a small desk in addition to a kitchen table. The pine is raw/natural with no added finish, keeping a very organic, informal feel to it.
This stunning small chest of drawers is quite dramatic thanks to the (newer) blue paint that is perfectly distressed, accenting the Rococo curves & cabriolet feet. The size makes it adaptable to use as a nightstand, side table or simply small chest of drawers.
This authentic set of 3 travel cases is reminiscent of the days of train travel and crossing the Atlantic on an early ocean liner. Each are furnished with a detachable wicker drawer and upholstered interior. Old newspaper clippings & torn travel tag still attached.
The appeal of this large pine chest of drawers is the simplicity of the lines and the 4 large, spacious drawers. The simple carved detail along the sides were a traditional style element of the period. It is restored, functionally strong & has a wax finish.
The appeal of this old work table comes from the aged wood itself, worn and distressed through years of use adding to the character of the table. The iron bolts on the sides & cut out section (likely where a vice was attached) add an industrial vibe.
This one of a kind coffee table will draw attention and comments from visitors due to the wood that has a worn aged patina with an organic, raw feel. The deep gouges, marks and stains are all indicative of the generations of work it received.
This rustic side table was used as a work table for years, as seen in the deep gouges, oil stains and distress of the top. The iron bolts and heavy trestle base add to the industrial and work feel; it is solid, stable and ready to be used.
The weathered wood has been heavily distressed, indicating this served as a work table in its early life due to the many gouges and scrapes. The splay legs were a traditional feature of the era, but at some point in it's long life it was cut down to an ideal coffee table height.
There is something organic and inviting in the thick (over 2") wood top of this rustic square peg leg coffee table. The heavy gouges, stains, old worm holes (of no concern), knots, cracks and nicks all combine to build the depth of character seen in it.
It is the thick slab hardwood itself that one finds intriguing in this rustic table. It originally served as a work table whether for carpenter or butcher resulting in the deep gouges, marks and distress of the top. Cut outs indicate a tool or vice was once attached there.
The slab wood of this console table has an organic feel while the deep gouges, marks and distress combine to make this rustic table so unique. The table top is 71.75" wide x 16.5" deep, but the splay legs extend to make the total dimensions 72" wide x 20.5" deep.
The 3" thick slab top draws one to this rustic coffee table due to the heavy distress seen in every scratch, stain & deep gouges that came from years of use( likely in a butcher's shop). The square splay legs are sturdy to support the heft of the impressive top.
The dark, aged patina is inviting in this old butchers work table that now serves as a coffee table. Every scrape, deep gouge, stain and crack acquired with well over 100 years of use have loaded it with character.
Form and function come together well in this narrow coffee table. The heft of the oak is balanced between the thick top and heavy turned legs with stretcher attached. The oak has been left natural & waxed allowing old knots, knarls and age related cracks to deepen its character.
While simple in design, there is something captivating in this European country farmhouse table. Both the gracefully turned legs and natural pine draws the eye to it and invites one to sit and linger. This pine kitchen table has been restored and lightly waxed.
It is the rough hewn hard wood top one finds intriguing in this console table. It originally served as a work table as seen in the heavy gouges, marks & stains which distress the top. Cracks and the natural veins & knots in the wood all add to the rustic appeal.
This unique square coffee table is a wonderful find. The French oak has been bleached/scrubbed leaving an inviting natural finish while it rests solidly upon the four attractive feet. Two drawers flank opposite sides.
Striking in person, the beautiful details in this oak cabinet reminds one of the classic beauty found in French country style. Lovely carved details, panels & hardware accentuate this bookcase. With adjustable shelving, it will also serve as an impressive display cabinet.
The graceful curves of this tall grandfather clock are what define the famous Mora clocks of Sweden. The impressive date of 1786 is clearly visible on the longcase while the original pale green (teal) paint with red trim has softly faded through the years.
This low console table draws one to it with a desire to run fingers along the top due to the deep, aged patina of the old pine. There is residual green paint that has worn off through generations of use. This unique table has been restored and waxed.
This rustic pine bench maintains its European country charm thanks to the original soft gray paint has been gently worn off through years of use. Built in a traditional style with 3 deep legs and angled support. Restored, strong/stable & ready for use.
The charm of this cottage style table is in the simple details and rich patina of the distressed hard wood top & painted base. The original blue (& even some underlying green) paint has been worn and distressed from years of use. Restored, strong & stable.
This stunning "break down" armoire is a wonderful find with hand-painted figures. Dated 1809 along the top, a cityscape accents the lower drawer while flowers embellish the canted and side panels. The decorative hand-wrought iron hinges are all original.
The wonderful lightly distressed blue paint is all original on this pine armoire from the European countryside. The large interior is open, in the upper section you can see the original hanging pegs. Restored and waxed; it is strong/stable and ready to be placed and used.
This bench has a romantic country feel to it thanks to the original hand-painted details that have been well preserved. The brown painted faux wood finish (traditional for the era) is highlighted with traditional floral details & flourishes of blue, cream & yellow.
This pine sideboard was a traditional element in farmhouses throughout the 1800's in Europe. The decorative floral carving in the panel doors add a touch of European country charm. Restored so it is strong/stable; a wax finish which brings out the warmth of the pine.
This pine chest of drawers has 4 drawers and will serve well as either dresser or tall nightstand. Unique to this chest is the the decorative top that was a traditional Danish style element in the 1800's. The entire piece has been restored and lightly waxed.
Decorative elements abound in this striking pine buffet server from the late 1800's. Turned columns, finials, and a mirror all add to the strong visual impact. The upper section has stylized shelving to show off items on display. restored and waxed.
Decorative elements abound in this striking pine buffet server from the late 1800's. Turned columns, finials, and a mirror all add to the strong visual impact. The upper section has stylized shelving to show off items on display. Restored and waxed.
Vintage leather club chairs are sought after by those seeking to add an aged element to a modern home. This pair of French club chairs with large rolled arms will do just that, with a dark patina that comes from generations of use. Seat height: 17"
Amazing pair of vintage red leather club chairs by Otto Schultz. The notable use of nail heads as decoration were one of Schultz's style statements, yet it is the unique red leather faded gently over the years that sets this pair apart from all others.
It is the four turned legs that one notices in this simple pine side table. IT has been restored so it is strong/stable and given a satin wax finish over the natural pine (any scratches/dings are age related). This delightful European country table will make a great end table or even nightstand.