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Solid Wood Buffet
Solid Wood Buffet

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SOLD 11/5/2021

Solid Wood Buffet 

Dimensions: 54" L x 21" D x 35" H 

Asking Price: $750

This well made, solid wood buffet has been fully restored and is now ready to find its' new home! I can see this buffet becoming a wonderful addition to a dining room, but also would work nicely as a beverage/coffee bar or island in a kitchen; as a nursery changing table/dresser; or even as a bathroom vanity. The possibilities are endless! 

I was not able to find any readable markings on the piece to pinpoint the exact age of this buffet, but I do know that the lady I acquired it from in the Grand Rapids area said it belonged to her parents which would most likely date it to 1940's or earlier. The body of this buffet/sideboard is painted in the color Putty, which is a very soft greige (gray & beige mix) color that will compliment any decor style and palette. The top was completely sanded down to its mahogany veneer and given a fresh coat of stain in the color Walnut. The entire piece was sealed with multiple coats of General Finishes durable topcoat in a flat finish. The hardware is original to the piece and was cleaned and then painted in a matte black finish. The drawers have been lined with a beautiful vintage floral pattern peel and stick wallpaper that ties all the above selections together. 

Delivery and Shipping are available for an additional fee based on location.

Please send all questions and inquiries about this buffet here.

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Solid Wood Dresser with Mirror

Dimensions: 41" L x 18.5" D x 33" H (+38.5" Mirror) 

Asking Price: $550

This 1903 antique dresser has been fully restored and is now ready to find its' new home! I envision this one of a kind black beauty making a statement in an entryway; guest bedroom; or even as a vanity in a guest bathroom. The dresser and mirror frame were painted in the color Coal, which is a warm black; Distressed to reveal the original finish; The top was sanded down to its' original oak grain and stained with a Pickled stain that gives it that whitewashed look. The entire piece was sealed with multiple coats of General Finishes topcoat in a flat finish. The original hardware was cleaned and painted. The mirror has some minor imperfections, but for being 118 years old that is to be expected (the mirror could easily be replaced for an additional cost). The drawers have been lined with a white and black botanical floral peel and stick wallpaper.

Delivery and Shipping are available for an additional fee based on location.

Please send all questions and inquiries about this buffet here.