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Thank You West Michigan for Loving Shizzle Design’s Painted Furniture!

Thank You West Michigan for Loving Shizzle Design’s Painted Furniture!

The past couple weeks have been crazy busy with furniture sales.  Every time we think we’re getting ahead of the game, we get a call from the store notifying us that another large piece has sold.

I actually decided to move my furniture into a smaller space in the store so I can keep up with the demand for custom orders at home.  As I walked in, Sue told me two more tables had just sold.  She no sooner spoke the words and another gal came into the store and was bummed because as soon as she saw them online, she headed to the store only to discover two sold tags on them.

What’s going on here?  Has West Michigan finally caught on to the craze sweeping our nation?  I don’t know, but I am truly grateful for all the sales the past couple weeks where I sold…

Gentleman’s Chest – Commissioned Piece

Click HERE to see much more about this renovation

A Pair of Oak End Tables

  Antique Federal Chest of Drawers

Click here to see more on this piece.

Ladies Dressing Vanity with Bench

Click HERE to see much more on this piece

Small Vintage Accent Table

Red Console Table

Click HERE to read more on this piece.

Antique Empire Chest of Drawers

Click HERE to see more on this piece.

Vintage Desk and Chair Combo

Architectural Bling Thing

Custom Designed Subway Art

Highboy

Custom Designed Reclaimed Wood Picture Display

Antique Round Coffee Table

Click HERE to see more on this piece.

Little Black Dresser Inspired by Pottery Barn – custom order

Many small items sold like this Lamp & Vintage Frame
Don’t Worry, the empty spaces have been filled by several NEW pieces including:
A Stylish Way to Organize Phone Chargers! (sold)
For much more info about this piece click HERE

Bassett Three Drawer Chest (sold)

Inspired by Annie Sloan’s Cow Parsley Dresser (sold)

French Dining Room Set (update – sold)
For much more info on this piece, click HERE
There’s much more in the works.  I have several knock-out pieces that will be unveiled soon!
13 Comments
  • Betsy@ coastal-colors
    Posted at 05:06h, 21 February Reply

    Shelly, I’m so excited for you! You do an outstanding job! Your pieces are so unique! Congratulations on your success and feature I just saw!

  • Dee
    Posted at 11:57h, 21 February Reply

    Good job Shelly! Isn’t that the way it always goes, you get busy on custom work for clients & at the same time your booth sells out. What a nice problem to have. Congrats, Dee

  • The Lawrences
    Posted at 00:00h, 22 February Reply

    found you over at the blog hop! new follower!

    http://lalalawrence.blogspot.com

  • Good Time Charlie
    Posted at 03:32h, 22 February Reply

    Shelly!!!! You need to clone yourself. You make the most gorgeous furniture. I would be buying it too if I lived there, forget trying to figure out how to do that myself! So happy for you!

  • Good Time Charlie
    Posted at 03:32h, 22 February Reply

    PS each sale moves you closer to coming to visit cousin Darin and me!

  • Renewed Upon a Dream
    Posted at 13:19h, 22 February Reply

    Wow so many great pieces! I’m over on the east side of MI, but I went to GV… so I go over there every once in awhile. I’m gonna have to check out your shop!

  • Cassie @ Primitive & Proper
    Posted at 17:13h, 22 February Reply

    i love all your pieces and love the ideas for jewelry organizers!

  • Justine
    Posted at 00:43h, 23 February Reply

    Stopping by from the Grow your blog {blog Hop}! http://queenofsavings.com

  • Patty Sumner
    Posted at 03:01h, 23 February Reply

    Just found you…WOW! You do some good work girl! I am your newest follower. I hope you will stop by for a visit and follow along with me too. I am excited to see all your creative treasures. Blessings!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 14:44h, 14 May Reply

    I am confused as to why you are a Cece Caldwell retailer if you paint so many beautiful pieces using Annie Sloan paint. Can you tell me the differences you have experienced? Also, have you ever tried Caromal?

    • shellyandrade
      Posted at 17:37h, 14 May Reply

      I can see why you’re confused reading this post. This was written before i discovered CeCe Caldwell’s Paints. I have since completely stopped using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint due to strict doctors orders because of health issues with their products. Painting with CeCe Caldwell products is also much more of an enjoyable experience for me and the finish is amazing. I had to spend much more time with Annie Sloan’s products to end up with as nice of a finish as I can get with CeCe Caldwell’s Paints, plus I prefer the dimension her paint takes on after it is buffed. i have not used the Caromal but it looks pretty cool! Thank goodness we have lots of choices for everyone.

  • Brenda@ White painted furniture.
    Posted at 10:53h, 20 July Reply

    Great job Shelly!

    I loved your ideas of painting furniture and got it very helpful for me. I really loved the Red Console Table and Annie Sloan’s Cow Parsley Dresser.

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    Posted at 07:46h, 27 February Reply

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