"Retro-Moto" Custom Nightstand Furniture

October 29th, 2012 in member junk     
gadgetsponge Brian Carlisle, contributor
14 users recommend


I haven't had as much fun on a certain piece in a while as I did with this one.  It all started with a severly neglected vintage nightstand that had some really bad veneer problems.  After a lot of modifications, rebuilding and custom work on the light and storage bin area, the piece got a lot of custom paint and distressing love to complete it.  


Pattern or design used: My own design - Brian of GadgetSponge.com
posted in: member junk, furniture, retro, red, lighting, repurposed, upcycled, yardsticks, motorcycle, vanity light, storage, glass globe, metal basket, distressed, gym locker, nightstand, night stand

Comments (12)

JuanShockley writes: This thing seems like a masterpiece for someone who have done this one. And that it important building this thing not only with skills but also with love and i think that thing adds a great impact in this creation. I would really like to see another thing like this one but I suggest to make it related and seems look like childrens bedroom furniture that we can use at home. Thanks for Consideration. Keep up the good work. :) Posted: 3:00 am on August 27th
ramblergirl writes: OMG....this is so beautiful......love it.Ill have to try this on one of my olde side tables.....Carol Posted: 5:37 am on September 24th
Cindyedaz writes: Great piece. You are very creative and have a good eye when it comes to furniture. Way to go! Posted: 7:31 pm on December 1st
coolcat188 writes: this is FANTASTIC!! i'd love to have that as a nightstand! great color, super creative, & i love the wire basket!! Posted: 10:11 am on December 1st
joyz writes: This is so striking! Love all the detail. The color is perfect! Posted: 5:40 pm on November 8th
chippingcharm writes: Wow...what an amazing transformation!! You are so great with the "details" :) Laurel Posted: 8:06 pm on November 1st
Junkpony writes: This is absolutely awesome, great job! Posted: 8:03 am on November 1st
gadgetsponge writes: Man! Who could ask for better (generous) comments than the ones y'all posted! Thanks a million everyone. Such genuine, supportive words only add more gasoline to the creative fire. Keep up the great work everyone! Posted: 7:03 pm on October 31st
LloydsLandingofSears writes: This one looks like a cut-down version of a vintage radio...so classic in red - I love it! You will never cease to amaze me, Brian :) ~Mary~ Posted: 6:02 pm on October 31st
georgiamoon writes: Brian,
How DO you do it? No, really ...how do you do that? I am always so amazed at the things you come up with and the way that you finish things with such an eye for detail. Great work, and if you ever want to tell me how you do that, I'm all ears!
Georgia
PS..I like the way you do the photos too. How do you do THAT? Posted: 6:36 pm on October 30th
lamont16 writes: This is so cute ! Great job....I love the red. Posted: 6:20 am on October 30th
JunkArchitect writes: That is one cool looking creation! The color is great and the overall piece reminds me of an old furnace.

Jim

Posted: 5:47 am on October 30th
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