Before and After: Tiger Oak Buffet

I’ve been storing this piece outside for the last couple of months and the rain is coming so it was time to photograph it before I store it for the flea market in November.  I found this gorgeous large buffet that was just in need of some TLC.  Here is the before:

After some refinishing and 3 layers of ASCP (Primer Red, Old White and Chateau Grey), here is the after:

This would definitely be a statement piece in someone’s home.  It’s big and has beautiful lines.

I love the top!  This wood grain is so amazing and makes this piece so special–That, and the thickness of the wood block top.

And look how substantial and beautiful these corbel scrolls are!  They also have that beautiful graining pattern.

This piece will be for sale at the flea market or if you are local and want to pre-order it, check out my shop page.  The same is true for anything listed there.  If it’s not listed as sold, it will be going to the Alameda Pointe Antiques Faire with me on November 4th.  Camille, Wendy and I will be hosting another booth and I’m so looking forward to it!

5 thoughts on “Before and After: Tiger Oak Buffet

  1. What a gorgeous piece; those scrolled corbel-like pieces are amazing. I love that you kept the top unpainted, it’s such a lovely contrast to the color on the bottom. Wish I could see where this ends up!

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