Hank Transfer

Hank, or as I like to call him, the Wood Whisperer, is at it again.  He simply couldn’t allow this beaten-up and sloppily painted piece furniture pass him by untouched. (And what was up with that color combo anyway?  Blue and … muted plum?  Blarf.) He figured there was incredible potential lurking beneath. And, he was right. As ushe. 

See more from Hank at Toshmahal.



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  1. The link to Hank’s site should be sent to everybody who even THINKS about painting and then *shudder* distressing (will this trend END already?) a beautiful piece of furniture…especially anything MCM. Well done Hank!

  2. That is amazing!!! I have a coffee table that could use his magic touch… I wonder if he could make the red and green sharpie drawing disappear!!! (I love my kids, I love my kids, I love my kids…)

  3. Holy Wow! That’s all the words I have. Holy. Wow.

  4. Oh my gorgeousness!

  5. I LOVE, LOVE,LOVE TOSHMAHAL!! Thank you for posting this!!

  6. Thanks so much for writing “ushe.” I’ve been thinking it works in speech but not in writing. I was wrong. It totally works in writing!!

  7. Uh, holy crap! That’s beyond amazing.

  8. wow, what a difference. Love it!

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  9. really amazing transformation,wonderful job.
    When to paint a piece of furniture and when to bring to life the wood on it ?,this is the question

  10. WOW! What an amazing transformation.

  11. I cana’t believe that is the same piece!!! WOWZERS!!!!

  12. I want to be this man. He is so amazing.

  13. Wow that is so unbelievable!

  14. I love them both! Painted and restored. Make it work for your space and your personal style!

  15. That dress is a midcentury classic. Wonderful to see that Hank brought it back to what it was. It’s beautiful.

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