Today I'm sharing this mid century piece from all the furniture rehabs I did in the past month that were for the vintage bazaar. I'd like o say its a credenza but It also could of once held records and a record player? I'm not 100%.
Earlier today I showed you the Azores dresser & the milk white glass pulls.
I was dying to paint a piece in a bright yellow...I haven't had the perfect piece for it until I received this. It needed a good sanding, a good amount of primer to get to this color to look good. Yellow is a difficult color to paint.
The color itself if called "Bright Yellow" by Benjamin Moore.
I love the sliding doors. They are made of wood and rattan. That took a little more work to paint but with a good brush & roller it wasn't a problem.
I left some wood untouched, and painted the base and legs underneath in "Cheating Heart" also by Benjamin Moore.
You can see my flour sack towels and the displays I made for them...and the lamps I hand painted. I will be sharing more of those in another post.
The inside has some shelves, open areas and wide holes for plugs. So this makes a fabulous TV stand. You could fit all those electronics and Wii's inside easily.
I wish I could keep it for myself.....and the piece to the left, that is the antique hutch I will be sharing next!
The top was completely ruin, so I sanded it of all the finish to start fresh.
This lovely yellow piece is still for sale and will be making an entrance to my booth at Crompton Collective tomorrow!
I would of preferred beauty shots staged inside but did not have the time to do so. We were suppose to leave early to set up the day before but we ended up being late and not fitting everything in my Suburban and trailer. The hour and 10 minute drive was also the most scariest...with a piece on the roof and the trailer piled high with furniture. We made it with minimal damage.
Stay tuned to see the antique hutch redo.
I will be sharing my Very Mid Century & Bright Yellow at these awesome link parties listed here.