A sideboard for an organic French Baker mixed with CeCe on the side

Furniture and Cabinetry Redouxs

  1. cassie says:

    i love this! such a classic! the finish is gorgeous, karen.

  2. Lisa says:

    Okay I probably always say this over here but I just LOVE this piece!! I want, I need, I have to have it. Ahh well I hope it enjoys it’s new home in the bakery but you truly did an amazing job on it, Karen. I love how you transform furniture (and thank you for sharing how you got from there to here, I appreciate your words of wisdom and experience!)

  3. I love it, I am loving wood on top 🙂

  4. that turned out so nicely! I haven’t tried restore a finish but can’t wait to get it! The color and glaze is lovely. I’m sure it will look quite pretty in a bakery.

  5. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    Just beautiful Karen! Thank you for the great tips! I think your furniture was just meant for a French bakery! That is sooo cool! … I just posred this week’s party. Feel free to link this one up again as you were at the very end of last week’s party.

  6. Beautiful! Love the combination of the wood on top with the glazed white! I wasn’t familiar with CeCe Caldwell paints; thanks for turning me onto them. Good news, there’s a shop not too far away that will be carrying them soon!

  7. Catherine says:

    B E A U-tiful!

  8. Deb Owen says:

    Magnifique! And good Karma I’d say!

  9. gayle jolluck says:

    A great piece. The top appears to be flame mahogany or walnut veneer rather than maple. It’s actually more dramatic and prettier than maple would be. looks great with the paint.

  10. Karen, it’s killing me to find out where you bought this piece. It truly looks like my Grandmothers old piece. After her death I had a new piece put on the top because it was so far gone it couldn’t be saved. After using it for decoration for a few years my son used it as a dresser. I live in Jefferson City, MO and after no longer of any need of the piece I gave it to my sister in St Louis. I would love to know if this is the one, it even has the same blemishes on the lower drawer. A French Bakery would make my Grandmother proud : )

    Tammy Luikart

  11. Beth H. says:

    Simple yet stunning! Another wonderful piece. Love it.

  12. Monica Livas says:

    Great! Great! Great!

  13. Stacey says:

    What a stunning piece. Great legs. Tons of character. Nice job!
    Thanks for linking up – so happy you did!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  14. Audrey says:

    Love your piece…the legs, the color and that it sold to the French couple! I don’t post on Sunday either, try to rest and enjoy the day….makes my week start a lot better!

  15. Mandy says:

    Such a pretty cabinet Karen! Thank you so much for sharing it at Project Queen’s Link Party. Love that little ladder too!

  16. Liz says:

    I love the idea of one coat painting. The piece is fantastic. I think the distressed details seal the deal. I came over from Common Ground’s Vintage Inspiration link party.


  17. cassie says:

    gorgeous! i haven’t done a wood topped piece in a while…. i need to! it’s so pretty!

  18. Bliss says:

    Who thought it was old? Heck it was just a diamond in the raw.

  19. LOVE LOVE LOVE! I am hoping there is a post with this in their bakery or should I say boulangerie?

  20. Rhea says:

    Beautiful piece – job well done!

  21. Wendy says:

    It’s so nice to hear a little about where the projects end up.
    And I’ll have to try that Restor-a-Finish. The wood came up so beautifully!

  22. I love this piece – so warm, so inviting!

  23. Denise says:

    The sideboard is lovely.

  24. wow what an amazing transformation. I love the two tone


    Creative Raisins

  25. debbiedoos says:

    My goodness that piece is gorgeous Karen. I never heard of that glazing color product. You would NEVER dream that was the same piece! Have a great weekend!

  26. Toodie says:

    Ohhhh, I love it!!!! Can I put that in my house?

  27. Anne says:

    Absolutely beautiful transformation!

  28. Pamela says:

    It is beautiful Karen!!

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