This was a unique item found at a farmer's market in Ontario. It was bought by the Grandparents and I was asked to paint it as a piece to be passed around the family. An imaginary list of "users" was painted as if it was tacked onto the back. The coloured ribbons carefully wrap around the chair.
Antique Child's Rocker
This little rocker had been in the family for a while but had an ugly "Jack and Jill" decal on it. It was sanded and stained and then hand painted with hearts and roses.
This stool was intended for use in a bathroom.
This was an inexpensive, wooden IKEA table. Each child gets to choose a clown to sit with when they eat.
This was made from an old door. Legs were added and a little lip to stop train bits from falling off the table. I then painted it with rivers and rapids, fields of cows, trees, a brick area for buildings and a dock for boats.
Not all painted furniture is for kids . . . this stool was painted to go in a kitchen, matching the curtains and the small wall murals.
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