I am really liking this multi-tone look that Leone Design created. Martha custom mixed a color using CoCo with a touch of Provence for the body, and Old Ochre for the bottom drawer. Also, coveting the strong box she scored from the flea market...love your style Martha!
Next, check out this beautifully updated piano that Nicole from Doodles and Stitches worked on while her husband was out of town. She had planned on using Old White, but decided to go bold with Provence, and what a perfect color choice! Nicole did complain about the dust from sanding when she was distressing the piano, this is one reason Annie recommends to wax first, then sand to distress. No mess! Another option is to distress prior to waxing by using a wet terry cloth towel versus sand paper - again eliminating the dust. Either way, it is beautiful, and I enjoyed reading Nicole's story that this piano has been in her family for a number of years and is now updated for many more years to come!
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