Each furniture piece at recrEAte has a story. That's why each also has a name. Meet some of our pieces (Those not marked SOLD are still available in the shop. Contact us for details or purchase.)
Anne may have been abandoned road-side and still bears a few scars, but she has been transformed into a beautiful piece that can serve as a dresser, buffet, accent piece, or credenza.
Reba started out as the base of a 1980's china cabinet. After adding some curvy new legs, and updating the hardware and finish, she's now a shabby chic coffee bar!
Ebony & Ivory
Ebony & Ivory got its name because he started as a black laquer AV cabinet! His transformation is jaw-dropping. He has new life as a fresh, farmhouse catch-all for your entryway.
Barrington came to us as a well-worn family dining set. There were nicks, scratches, and even teeth marks from a beloved pet evident on several pieces. after a bit of sanding and strategic staining to make the top look like aged barn wood, he was transformed into a sophisticated dining set fit for a king!
Jane is a classy updated mid-century modern side table. She started off with plain maple drawers. A nod to the mid-century blues, creams, and tangerines has catapulted her to a whole new level.
Doris was another of our roadside rescues. She came with a 1960's lime green contact paper on her top and had clearly been used in a garage to store cans and other odds as ends, which was evidenced by the grease rings that dotted her inside shelves. After restoring the beauty of her original wood frame, replacing the knobs and feet and painting her with some fresh mid-century mod colors, she is been restored to her positive, perky self!
Vivien is a sleek, sophisticated wine cabinet.
Hana is a Japanese-inspired petite wine cabinet.
This bookshelf wine bar does double duty in any room.
Annette is a fun mid-century modern side table.
A sleek, versatile bar cart.