This wood display rack would work for anybody who has, or is opening, a store/business. Or, it could be used for a child’s room to hold books, crafts or art projects. This display rack came from a church and was used to hold hymn books. Contact me if you have any questions or would like to see it.
For anybody who has or is opening up a business … I have two pieces of store furniture up for sale. Contact me if you would like to check it out.
Vintage Cabinet Case (wood and glass). Measurements are:
69.5 ” long
40.5 ” high
22 ” wide
I just took a quick shot of a table that I did for a Before & After display at Keys to the Attic. I had a pair of identical tables (in identically beat up shape) and I painted one with Myrtle Beach Sand – now one of my favorite colors – and distressed. I have them in one of my display windows to show everyone what a difference a simple paint job can do. Check it out.
A couple of weeks ago, I went to a CeCe Caldwell’s Paints workshop, in Fall’s Church VA, where we got to meet CeCe, play with paint and learn about the new finishes that are now part of her fantastic line. Lots of fun!
So, I am now happy to tell you that I have the new finishes at Keys to the Attic for everyone to enjoy. (See below the image for a description of each one.)
The Aging Dust is a fine micro-powder, made from natural pumice and natural pigments, that is used over clear wax to produce a truly authentic aged look. (Instructions for use)
The Waxing Cream is an alternative to Clear Wax that produces a little more of a shine, while using less product to attain it. This wax penetrates deeper into the wood, ultimately requiring less buffing than other waxes. (Instructions for use)
The Endurance Finish is a stronger satin finish that we now recommend for cabinetry, table tops and other surfaces that endure heavy use. It is non-yellowing and, as with all of our products, safe to use indoors. (Instructions for use)
The Clear Glaze is generally used as an enhancing technique, rather than a final finish. It can be tinted with dry pigments, universal tints, or CeCe Caldwell’s Paints to achieve a desired color. Or, it can be used clear to give a light sheen to decor that will not be handled regularly (i.e., picture frames). (Instructions for use)
All of these items can be found at www.KeystotheAttic.com. Check them out and let us know what you think!
One of my regular customers – Noreen – has done another fantastic job on this table using Myrtle Beach Sand. She told me that just might be her new favorite color. Great job, Noreen!!