This hutch was a thrift store find. Shabby chic redesigns are our favorite. We started by stripping the wood and sanding for days, then re-stained, added milk paint, new hardware and gave the glass an antique finish. We took something outdated and no longer loved and turned it into something that looks like it has been loved for years. 

Esther, Mavis and Irene

This was a custom project for a client who was looking for a new desk that would be functional and unique. This is what she said, ""I can't even explain how much I am in love with my new desk. The logo was a surprise and I seriously teared up. This was a labor of love for these gals and I could tell how truly emotionally and creatively invested they were in their work when they delivered this beautiful piece. I can't thank the Rusty Pearl enough for the hard work and love they poured into making this for me. Jenelle Sellers Photography is redoing the whole office around this piece! In love I am!"

Our Projects

The client loved "June" so much she asked for a matching side table! 

Gretchen

When purchasing furniture, you can't beat free! Because the price was right we jumped on the opportunity and took this stubborn, slightly outdated, dresser and gracefully made her over into a functional entertainment center for our client who wanted something more personal than the average housing unit for TV devices. Pale blue does her well! 

Victoria

 June

Blondie

April

This gorgeous rusty bedframe, with all original steel frame, took HOURS to sand down to bare metal but when she was ready, she was just BEGGING for a gorgeous splash of color! Perfect for a child's room.

With a sassy, shiny, silver metal-look top this dresser now stands proudly in a front entry hallway adding extra storage with peek-a-boo, purple, pull out drawers and wears a flashy turquoise everywhere else. And why not add those silver drawer pulls while we're at it.

Our client specifically requested the same fabric in different color schemes with a bright and happy paint color for the chairs that complimented the fabric scheme. She chose to name them "Esther, Mavis and Irene." We hope they have a long and beautiful life in their new home!

Stella