Over the past several years for marketing online I've had the pleasure of being introduced to a lot of great products that are also used in our kitchen and furniture niche. One of those companies is General Finishes who I kept seeing our partners using on the same projects that our hardware was being used on.
Over the past year or so I've gotten to know some of the team at General Finishes and we'll be having a booth at the General Finishes Flippin Furniture Expo in Chicago this year. When gathering some promotional material to share in the lead up to the event it struck me that there had to be a ton of furniture flips featuring both products. So I multi tasked this blog post while gathering information and photos for them to promote us as a partner at the show.
As usual, I'm sure I missed many posts, so if you want yours included just let me know and I'll add it. These posts all feature a piece of junk turned beautiful by a talented blogger using General Finishes paint and D. Lawless Hardware. Click through to see the full before and afters!
The first post comes from 38th Street and shows off a beautiful wide Jefferson dresser with antique copper hardware and Queenstown Gray milk paint.
This next post features one of our most popular pieces of hardware the antique pewter fleur de lis knob we have at a great price. Sheila of Plum Doodles used Snow White milk paint from General Finishes.
Next up is this rustic dresser from Cassie at Primitive & Proper using sun aged antique style glass pulls from us and White Winter Glaze from General Finishes.
The next post is from the first ever D. Lawless All-Star! Stacey at Embracing Change used General Finishes Persian Blue paint alongside our very affordable acrylic pumpkin style knobs on a nice little hall table.
This post is just like a who's who of my longest running blog partners! Next up is one of the first people I ever had the pleasure of working with, Angela from Number Fifty-Three. Angela uses our milk black glass knobs alongside General Finishes Patina Green on this hall dresser.
Next up is a nice repurposed tall black dresser from My Repurposed Life. Gail used our super popular label holders and Lamp Black paint from General Finishes.
Another frequent poster for us is Jenny from Evolution of Style. Normally she's doing kitchens, but she did a great job on these small end tables using our cut glass knobs and General Finishes Driftwood.
This next dresser is a true beauty with all the gold trim! Jenny from Refresh Living used our milk white glass knobs with Coastal Blue from General Finishes really turn an old scuffed up piece into something that would look great anywhere.
This next project from Highstyle Restyle uses our label holders and Driftwood from General Finishes to turn a worn out little dresser into a lovely little apothecary cart.
This closeup of Midnight Blue paint and our ornate ceramic knobs is from a nice empire desk makeover at Patina Paradise!
I love the staging and the colors everytime I see this shot of our green cut glass knobs from Art is Beauty. Our glass knobs pair perfectly with Java Gel and Gray General Finishes paint on this hall table makeover.
And last but not least is this cabinet makeover from Noble Vintage featuring our label holders and Sage Green paint from General Finishes!