9 Furniture Revivals with Hickory Hardware

1) Saw, Nail & Paint

This once wood-toned vintage Stanley dresser was revived with white paint and had the hardware replaced with Satin Nickel Camarilla Ring Pulls.

2) Saw, Nail & Paint

This dresser was redone in coastal blue and java antique, sanded down to reveal the lovely wood character and the hardware was replaced with Manor House brass knobs and Manor House brass bail pulls.

3) Saw, Nail & Paint

This roadside rescue needed some serious tender loving care. After some restoration and painting it in Soldier Blue, it now has new life, featuring Williamburg oil-rubbed bronze cup pulls.


4) Simple Redesign

Painted in a metallic finish, jazzed up with 128mm Studio pulls in bright nickel with Studio knobs.


5) Simple Redesign

This client loved her buffet, but wanted it updated and modernized. Leaving the top alone, Julie painted the rest in Benjamin Moore Statton Blue and updated the hardware with Bungalow pulls in refined bronze and Bungalow rectangular knobs.


6) Southern Revivals

From a dresser left in an abandoned house with one drawer missing to this beautiful piece painted with Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in Flow Blue jeweled with Hickory Hardware gold pendant pulls.

7) Southern Revivals

With the help of Fusion Mineral Paint, this 1970’s china cabinet became a gorgeous white farmhouse china cabinet. Trying to replicate something similar to a makeover by Joanna Gaines of Fixer Upper, she chose a bail & rosette matchup and ring pull in windover antique to freshen up the hardware.

8) Southern Revivals

Painted in Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in Shutter Gray with Refined Rustic cup pulls

9) Centsational Girl 

She picked up an old dresser and kept it classic, painting it in Annie Sloan’s Old White, with gray overlays for the drawers. Featuring our Camarilla ring pulls in satin nickel.


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