Just a quick reminder to let you know local porch pick up in Byron Center is available for all Shizzle Design paint supplies seven days a week. To get your supplies, simply order online and choose “local porch pick up” at check out.
For those of you in other parts of the U.S. or world; I also pack and ship packages six days a week and ship orders out the day I receive them unless it’s too late in the day; then they go out the next morning.
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FURNITURE & HOME DECOR
The painted pieces I have for sale at Shizzle Design are also available for porch pick up in Holland, Michigan. If you see something you’re interested in, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you see any furniture or home decor you’re interested in, email me at shizzle-design.com. All paint supplies, whether you’re going to pick them up here in Byron Center or want them shipped, can be ordered from: https://www.shizzle-design.com/shop/
Take advantage of a rare 20% off storewide sale on furniture, home decor and vintage treasures ans stock up on DIY and APC paints and paint supplies which are all 10% off Saturday, 2/15/2020 at Not So Shabby, 2975 West Shore Drive, Holland. MI 49424
Ready to take your painting to the next level? Sign up for one or both paint classes I’m teaching February 22nd at Not So Shabby. The morning class is about Blended Paint Colors and the afternoon class is about Layering Dimension with our extensive line of Finishes. Space is LIMITED; save your spot HERE!
If you’re viewing this on Facebook, click the link to get a sneak peek of all the Christmas and home decor I’ve brought in!
It’s that time again… Save big at all three of our West Michigan Locations! Holland, Grand Rapids and Grandville
Nov 9 – Not So Shabby Christmas Open House
2975 West Shore Drive, Holland, Michigan 49424
DEAL – Save 20% on furniture, decor and Christmas (excludes a few items marked “firm”) and save 10% on ALL PAINT & PAINT SUPPLIES one day only at Shizzle’s Not So Shabby location. Click link for a sneak peek of photos for all 3 locations!
This first makeover is one of my personal favorites. I love the detail of this piece and I did my best to accentuate all the beautiful curves by layering two different shades of white then sealing with both Frenchic’s Gray Wax and White Wax.
I love the charming mirror that goes with this classic vintage white dresser. I added several shades of white to APC’s Limoges to paint this beauty sealing it with APC’s Clear Wax
This solid mahogany dresser was a great find. Paint haters of America would have cringed at my painting such a nice piece but truth be told, this is a business and I wouldn’t be able to sell it unpainted. I painted it in DIY’s buttery Cake Batter and sealed it with DIY’s Clear Wax. I have to say, this is so much prettier in person. Sometimes the lighting in the store throws things off for my camera. It’s really pretty and solid as a rock.
I just got a pretty grain sack stencil and wanted to try it out. I love how it looks on this pair of bar stools. One is painted in DIY’s Apothecary, the other in Farm Fresh.
So there’s a little story behind this clock. I painted it DIY’s Apothecary for the store. Well my mom likes to check out my Facebook posts on my ShizzleLLC page and she spocked the clock.
Of course she wanted it in a different color, lol. I used my leftover bottle of random mixed whites for a vintage white color.
These antique sewing machine drawers aren’t furniture but they sure are cute. I scored a whole tote of these a couple monthss ago and I just love using them for storage around the house. I painted all four of these in DIY’s Farm Fresh. The top three were then sealed with DIY’s White Wax, the bottom drawer was sealed in Clear wax.
This large antique empire dresser has such cool lines. I simply applied our White Wax over the wood to get this washed lime affect.
I used leftover bits of paint for this console table. The color turned out gorgeous. The white on the bottom was a rich bone china type of white and the top a subtle taupe gray but very light in value.
The person who purchased it asked me to paint it in Limoges by American Paint Company. I don’t do color changes. Ever. I must have had a soft heart that day because she talked me into it and I not only repainted this console table, I also painted two large nightstands she had at home.
I stopped doing custom orders five years ago. Every once in a while, somebody talks me into it again. I get asked several times a week so the demand definitely is out there; I just don’t like doing custom. Ninety percent of the time, it’s for something painted in white with no distressing. That doesn’t give me the opportunity to be creative and quite frankly, takes all the fun out of it.
I’m thankful that the demand is strong because if I ever need to go that route, there should be a lot of work out there.
and here’s the third piece in Limoges. It really is a rich, creamy white.
I replaced the sofa table with another desk / console table immediately but then that one sold right away.
Fortunately, I had another one at home that I quickly painted up in, yes you guessed it, a custom mixed white. Why do I do that you ask? Because I think white whites are too white and creamy whites are too yellow so I mix them adding a touch of gray or taupe to the mix just to shake it up. It’s never exactly the same and I know that millions of others use the colors right out of the cans, I’m just weird like that. I sealed this sideboard with Frenchic’s Finishing Coat.
PINK – My friend always wants me to paint with pink. I’m not a pink person unless it’s bright and funky and whimsical but in reality, sometimes those funky, taste-specific pieces don’t sell right away at the store and I’m a single parent.
So I took Anastasia’s advise and painted this pretty dresser in DIY’s Petticoat Pink. It’s the perfect soft, pale, shabby chic pink. This picture does nothing for it. I’m not sure why but pastel pink is very hard to photograph. I sealed this piece with DIY’s Big Top. Imagine this solid maple dresser nestled in a nursery.
This is Skeleton Key. It’s a rich blue/green/smokey gray color that’s like no other. I love this color! It’s beautiful on it’s own but I love it with Black Wax which is how I sealed this table.
This amazing kitchen island / family room table is still available. I think it’s the neatest piece. I’ve slashed the price in half which means my hours and hours of work on this are all for waste but I need to make room for the pieces I’m working on now. This piece was painted in APC’s Beach Glass and Frenchic’s Pea Soup. I know I used several other colors but I can’t remember which. I think the vise on it is pretty cool and hope it goes home with a fun family who’ll love it as much as I do. It was a labor of love. I started working on this piece right after my cancer diagnosis and I took a whole lot of frustration and anger out in sanding all the grime off this antique work table.
Isn’t it a cool piece? I just love it.
All of the furniture so far has been at or is currently for sale at Not So Shabby, 2975 West Shore Drive, Holland, MI 49424. As of the date I’m writing this post, most is still available.
Changing Thymes – Grandville, MI
The next group of furniture is at my Changing Thymes location at 2900 Wilson Avenue SW, Grandville, Michigan 49424. You can’t really see it with all the smalls. I’m headed there today with the pink dresser, the skeleton key table and I’m doing a major reset of items.
Here’s a couple of pieces buried underneath all the smalls. The retro table is painted in APC’s Beach Glass. The white twin headboard still has it’s original paint finish. Isn’t it a great headboard? I love the farmhouse style grooves in it.
My booth at Changing Thymes is small. I primarily have paint supplies at this location but I recently made room for a few small pieces of furniture. It should look a lot better this afternoon.
Here’s what’s cooking…
No I didn’t attach the same picture twice. These are two separate pieces that just happened to be painted in the same color. I painted both of these in DIY’s Bohemian Blue. The buffet above will get a decorative paint finish on it. The bottom dresser will remain Bohemian Blue.
This is a masterpiece in the making, lol. It’s a disaster right now. I painted this one cold afternoon and haven’t touched it since. It needs A LOT of TLC before it will make it’s debut.
Here’s another piece I started months ago. Still sitting in my living room in the exact same state as it was the day I started painting it. #squirrel!
There’s one other location you might not be aware of which is in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I don’t have furniture at that location right now but I do stock all my DIY paint supplies there. It’s at The Honeysuckle Co., 3900 Costa NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525 (off Plainfield just north of meijer).
The Honeysuckle Co. – Grand Rapids, MI
Want to replicate any of these looks on something you have? All the links to the products I used are listed below. Happy painting!
I’ve been working around the clock to get more painted furniture, vintage treasures, home decor and paint supplies into my three West Michigan locations in Grand Rapids, Grandville and Holland. In this post, I’m grouping numerous pieces together as I haven’t had time to post individual tutorials. Click the link to see what’s new and get a sneak peek of all the things I am working on at home. _________________________________________________________________
Shizzle Design at Not So Shabby
2975 West Shore Drive, Holland, MI 49424 (East of US31, S. of Riley) Open 10-7 Weekdays and 10-5 on Saturdays
Flip Top Desk / Secretary – just in!
Vintage Farmhouse Style End Table – just in!
Rough Sawn Cedar Butcher Block Island – great piece!
Farmhouse Style Gray and White Coffee Table – on sale now
Square Shades of Gray Solid Wood Coffee Table – on sale now
Antique China Cabinet – on sale now
Stickley Farmhouse Style Cottage Table – on sale now. I think someone put this on 24 hour hold Saturday.
Oval Cheval Mirror, 42″ Round Mirror & Bar Stool – just in
Farmhouse Style Bench – just in
Solid Wood Bookcase (it’s drying in this picture) – on sale now
This Blue Dresser just sold
Shizzle Style Pink Highboy – on sale
Antique Work Table / One-of-a-Kind Kitchen Island
Vintage British Trunk – price slashed for quick sale
We offer our complete line of chalk & clay paint supplies and brushes online and at Not So Shabby and Changing Thymes
New Blending Brushes are also available online and at all three locations
Beautiful White Washed Large Antique Empire Dresser is ready, just waiting for room at the store. Message me if interested.
The Victrola sold before it got to the store.
The white washed dresser and the vintage white dresser (has beautiful mirror with it too) are ready, just waiting for room at the store. Message me if interested. I’m I’m still working on the gray buffet and almost finished with the changing table.
This is just the initial base coat. It’s going to be really cool when I’m finished but this is an outdoor project so I need to wait for warmer weather. I froze my butt off doing this first coat.
Base Coat for this beautiful buffet. Should I seal it so it’s the deep color of the other Bohemian Blue piece I did recently or do you see this layered with colors? Anyone shopping for a buffet? I still have time to customize it. Message me if interested.
I still have a ways to go with this one as I need to fill in the missing veneer on the doors and I’m going to apply appliques with Iron Orchid Design’s molds to really customize this piece. The last one like this was sold and used as a bathroom vanity. Message me if interested.
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Hope you’re all enjoying this beautiful sunny Sunday.
People always ask me where I find my furniture pieces. Truth is, I have very little time to hunt for furniture and nine times out of ten, I stumble upon it at the most random of times. I scored this great piece while out of state for a hockey tournament. The price was so good, I actually bought it then drove back two days later to load it up and take it back to Grand Rapids.
The Honeysuckle Co. – Grand Rapids NEW LOCATION (paint supplies & workshops)
Our newest location is on the North end of Grand Rapids just off Plainfield. Turn at the traffic light just north of meijer.
Shop our DIY paint supplies and brushes Tues – Saturday during hours below. This is also the location were furniture workshops are taught.
Changing Thymes – Grandville (paint supplies and small furniture)
Shop American Paint Company and DIY Chalk & Clay paints supplies and brushes at our Changing Thymes location. I’m located in the Changing Thymes store at 2900 Wilson Avenue SW, Grandville, Michigan 49418. They’re open 7 days a week for your shopping convenience. Stop in often to take advantage of special events and sale prices.
(paint supplies, painted furniture, vintage treasures and home decor ~ this is our main location)
Shizzle Design at Not So Shabby ~ Holland, MI
just East of US 31, South of Riley
2975 West Shore Dr., Holland, MI 49424
Monday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Not So Shabby is the place it all began, a place we call home. We stock all of our most popular chalk and paint supplies here. We also sell our painted furniture, re-purposed home decor and vintage treasures out of this location. Check out this awesome multi-vendor s store with more than 80 fabulous vendors. Voted Best of West Michigan 2014, 2015, 2016!
Our Online Shizzle Shop is also fully stocked and Open for Business so please continue to shop that and our other two West Michigan locations.
While we’re dealing with all the cancer in our family, I’m operating the business from home. Yes, you’re welcome to grab paint supplies here in Byron Center but you must call ahead to make arrangements for pick up. (616) 438-2644. Thanks, Shelly!
As always, our Online Shizzle Shop is stocked and Open for Business 24/7 so please continue to shop there. Orders typically ship the day the order is placed with a quick 2-3 day priority delivery.
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