Thomasville Server

It feels so good to finally get to the bottom of the pile.  When I first decided to enter into this business on January 1 of this year I went crazy with purchasing so many items that I just couldn’t paint fast enough to keep up.  I have learned to pace myself now and I’m no longer overwhelmed.  I only have about seven more furniture pieces in front of me so I am breathing easy again!  I just finished this super sweet Thomasville server this morning for the Vintage Christmas Market this Saturday.  I’ve had a few inquires of pricing lately so I thought I’d share the price of this beauty ~ $129.00.  I’ll be loading up the trailer tomorrow and heading over to Scottsdale to set up.  Can’t wait…it’s going to be great show!!!

 Painted with homemade chalk paint…a version of Old White.
 Extra storage is always a plus!

 The details…  

 If you’ve been following me, you know how much I love anything with casters!

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Comments

  1. Good luck with the sale, that piece is stunning:)

  2. Great piece, Judy! It looks like it is so versatile and it would be so great to use in a small home.

  3. Love this piece–just lovely!

  4. This would make a wonderful island in a small kitchen! Your price is very reasonable too! Looks beautiful!

  5. What a beautiful piece of furniture!!! And what a great price for a quality server that’s been custom painted – someone’s going to be an extremely happy customer!
    Hugs,
    Suzan

  6. This is a wonderful piece – I would load it up with tarnished silver! Love how you painted it too!

  7. I am your newest follower on your blog!!! Which by the way is AMAZING !!! You are UBER talented girl .. I love everything on here .. I cant wait to see where this journey takes us all………….

  8. Wow, such a great job painting…and what a nice quality piece! Great job.

    Jane
    FF

  9. We pretty much started at the same time but gosh you’ve got a blog and must be doing super fine and good for you because I know how much hard work it really is. I’ve managed to keep a small booth at a local antique store but it’s so hard and all the customers who stroll through the shop want totally restored and painted items for $10.00 (I can’t even buy it for that) – tough crowd and I could never get what you truly deserve for that item here. I’ve had pieces much larger that sold for far less. I wish you continued success because I know how hard you work and it’s daily! Continued best wishes.

    • Oh…I’m so sorry to hear it’s so difficult to do this wonderful business where you live. I feel very blessed. Who knew I could make a living doing this? I am fortunate to now live in such an awesome destination as Glendale, AZ. It is truly a land of opportunity here! I wish you all the best in your future endeavors. Blessings ~ Judy :)

  10. Well, I’m not making a living doing this but I’m having fun. After three months in a small booth, I’ve moved to a bigger booth which gives me more room for more items, which hopefully will mean more sales.

    This little piece is gorgeous – perfect addition to a dining room or living room. You can never have enough storage or serving piecee in my mind.

    Good luck this weekend. I’m enjoying travelling along on your journey.

    • Congrats on your larger space. The more items the better! It should bring more revenue, right? You need more product to make more money! :) This server sold right away to another one of my blog followers. It was so nice to meet her in person at the show. I actually got to meet several of my followers so it was a real treat! Keep me posted on how you do with your expanded space…wishing you great success!!! :)

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