ReLoved Furniture in need of a forever home! This girl’s on a mission to rescue, restore and re-home neglected and unwanted furniture!
Rescue • Restore • Re-Home
RESCUE: Every day, hundreds of pieces of furniture are left abandoned and neglected.
I see it all the time! Quality furniture with good lines, solid construction, and timeless appeal- going unnoticed, mistreated, or even worse… to the dump!
RESTORE: That’s where I come in!
I believe everything has value and every piece of furniture deserves a second chance!
I’m passionate about painting furniture; restyling, repurposing and upcycling unwanted goods into gorgeous transformations. Restoring them to their full potential! Creating beauty out of junk.
RE-HOME: Hopefully, that’s where you come in!
By purchasing reLoved Furniture (whether from my shop or from another furniture re-finisher) you are getting a unique piece that you just can’t find in huge chain stores!
Plus, older furniture tends to be higher quality and built better than most mass-produced pieces that you can buy in retail today.
And perhaps equally important, YOU are helping to support a dream! A small business. A family. YOU are helping a teenaged girl get her softball jersey and a little boy get his cowboy boots!
You are helping to strengthen our local economy and support our neighbors!!
However, there is also an even bigger picture here than just our personal gratification and the local economy. ReLoved Furniture means less senseless waste!!
Did you know, according to EPA statistics for 2005, more than 8 million tons (yes, that’s correct) of furniture ended up in U.S. landfills?? In today’s disposable society, the more we can extend the use of our “stuff”, the more our planet will benefit.
Mother Earth appreciates you purchasing repurposed furniture as well!
I believe in the power of community, and together we CAN save the world, one piece of reLoved Furniture at a time!
Hi Sherri, just looked at your page, can you help me with a kitchen table?I bought a beautiful table at a rummage sale. it is dark wood and has a bench. The table gets white spots on it. Help,Ive been reading about how to take out the spots and to refinish. Im so confused any ideas?Thanks Joyce
THANKS FOR YOUR INFO. I JUST STARTED INTO PAINTING FURNITURE, I STARTED WITH AN OLD FRENCH DOOR THAT WILL SOON BE MY HEADBOARD. I DID MAKE MY OWN CHALK PAINT WITH THE UNSANDED GROUT, FIRST COAT DONE. NOT SURE HOW IT WILL TURN OUT. I DID SAND AND PRIME IT PRIOR TO PAINTING, ONLY BECAUSE IT WAS IN A MACHINE SHED FOR ABOUT 30 YEARS AND VERY DIRTY. I WENT ON TO THIS PAGE BECAUSE I AM UNSURE OF THE FINAL FINISH. BUT AFTER READING, I BELIEVE I WILL GO WITH THE MINWAX WIPE ON POLY. THE DOOR IS PAINTED BLACK SO I AM NOT WORRIED ABOUT YELLOWING. THANKS AGAIN AND I WILL CERTAINLY BE FOLLOWING YOUR BLOG! ANN
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