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French Provincial Desk Set Makeover

Are you in the mood for a furniture makeover? This vintage French Provincial desk is in need of an update to fix the broken and bring a refreshed feel. Let’s get our DIY on!

French Provincial Desk Before Makeover by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces

However, before I go any further, I need to give a huge shout-out to my friend, Mandy, who turned this gem over to me. I promised her to do right by her and her ministry. You can see what she does in this past post HERE. She used this desk in her home to create a study space to homeschool her children.

DIY TIME

It’s time for a new look, wouldn’t you say? If you look close, you’ll see a broken drawer pull, chipped up paint, and a sort of jerry-rigged panel fixed to the back to hold the legs on to the rest.

Top of Vintage French Provincial Desk Before Makeover by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces

First, I took off that back panel and here’s what I saw…

Broken Desk Needs Repair | prodigalpieces.com

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Yep…a hot mess. Thankfully, though, the desk is not beyond repair. It just needs some TLC and has come to the right place. {{wink, wink}} Next, I used the same wood from my reclaimed wall art in this post and my Kreg Jig to create a tight brace. A bit of wood glue and screws go a long way.

Repaired Desk with Kreg Pocket Holes for Desk Repair | prodigalpieces.com

Then, for the rest of the desk to get some lovin’. Oh, and I found a chair to pair with it. woot! It too, needs a refresh, don’t you think?

Vintage Chair for French Provincial Desk Before Makeover | prodigalpieces.com

NEXT STEPS

My end goal in this project is to prime and paint. In addition, I’ll be adding some fun details as we go too. In order to do that, I need to get as clean as a surface as I can. First, I sand down the top with my sander hoping to find wood.

Sanding French Provincial Desk Top | Laminate Surface | prodigalpieces.com

However, I didn’t find wood, but rather laminate. Well, you might say bummer, but I was like…let’s rock this. Laminate is a supremely durable surface and it can be painted. See my past dining set tutorial HERE.

As for the rest, I just filled in dings and dents with wood filler, and sanded down the brush strokes and drips that were already present. Also, I plugged the original drawer pull holes with dowel. Then, I drilled new holes for knobs.

Cutting Dowel to Fill Drawer Hardware Holes | prodigalpieces.com

PAINT FUN

Next, it’s time to break out my paint and rework this ol’ gal. First, my favorite HomeRight tools come out to play. Why are they a favorite? Well, I’ve had a paint sprayer for about 5 years now and it has never let me down. You can see my first project with it HERE. I can get a project like this French Provincial desk set done in less than twenty minutes. Seriously!

Priming Desk with Zinsser Primer | prodigalpieces.com

After I set up my Large Spray Shelter, (a life-saver!) I begin using my Super Finish Max Extra Sprayer with a stain & odor blocking shellac primer as a base coat. It provides the clean slate I’m after, plus makes for a durable finish. Also, notice how nice the desk looks with just primer.

Primed Desk in HomeRight Shelter | prodigalpieces.com

You can watch how to set up and use this handy sprayer in my video below. It’s not only good for paint, but poly finishes, and stains too. You can see all the ways I’ve used it in the past in these posts.

Then, I took care of the drawers and chair. See that purple inside the drawers? After sanding, I found that this was originally a creamy white with that purple on the drawer fronts.

Desk Drawers and Chair by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

To complete the set, I applied two coats of a color called Dove White, letting cure in between coats.

FINAL TOUCHES

Now that I truly have a blank slate, it’s time to add some fun details to make it pop. My oldest daughter, Miss C, had a leftover transfer from a drum table she just finished. It was just the right detail to add to the desk top. I’m not one to use these transfers often because I like my work to be individual – my own design work. But…I have to admit they are super handy to use as I’ve show in these past makeovers.

Applying Iron Orchid Rose Transfer by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Naturally, I always have an audience while working (the best ever, BTW). My two youngest girls wanted to give it a try, so I let them jump in on the fun.

Daughter Helping with Furniture Makeover | prodigalpieces.com

In addition to the transfer, I also added a bit of fun to the sides. Take a peek below.

THE REVEAL

After all is said and done, my French Provincial desk makeover is complete.

Vintage White French Provincial Desk Set Updated by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #home #furniture #homedecor #shabbychic

Vintage Shabby Chic Desk Makeover by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #home #furniture #homedecor

This set now showcases a feminine vibe with all the shabby chic goodness it can muster. Not only does the new paint make a difference, but the little details give it a story. I’m excited that the linen upholstery I had left over from my French Provincial headboard I turned into a bench with a custom mattress fit the look perfectly.

Linen French Stripe Upholstery for Vintage Desk Set Makeover by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #furniture #shabbychic #home #homedecor

French Provincial Desk with Faceted Glass Knobs by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #home #shabbychic #furniture #homedecor #diy

In addition, those stripes were so fun that I even added them to the sides of the desk too.

French Provincial Desk Set with Pink Stripes by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #furniture #shabbychic #french #diy #home #homedecor

Shabby Chic French Provincial Desk Top with Rose Graphic by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #home #homedecor #furniture #shabbychic

Then, for added depth and timeworn feel, I add a bit of gray wax and distressing. Desk is done and I’m a happy camper. If you’d love to make this desk your own, you can find it and much more available in my online shop. (SOLD)

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Vintage White French Provincial Desk Set with Shabby Chic Flair by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #home #shabbychic #furniture #homedecor

GIVEAWAY TIME

HomeRight and I are all about empowering you to up your DIY game. We are giving away a Super Finish Max Extra Sprayer to one of you. woot, woot! Easy entry – complete as many steps in the widget below as you like. Open to U.S. & Canada residents 18 years of age and older. Winner will be notified via email. In addition, be sure to check your spam!

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Comments

  1. joann Collins says

    Those shelter would be great for doing all kinds of projects . It would keep the paint from spraying on to other areas that you wound’t want to paint . They look awesome

  2. Karen Reeves says

    I can’t believe the difference in the desk. It’s beautiful. Great job!

  3. Karen R says

    The desk is just beautiful.

  4. Kelly Whitman says

    What a beautiful transformation! I love the natural vision you have to see potential in ‘lost’ items!

    You inspire me!

    A paint sprayer as well as a paint booth are on the top of my ‘want’ (or is it need;) ) list! I just got my hands on a free Telefunken radio cabinet that Im using as my tv stand, it is in great need of a good paint makeover!

    • Larissa says

      You’ve made me smile, Kelly. Thanks! That sounds like a super fun project to work on. Enjoy!

  5. Sherry Riggs says

    Love the transformation! The hard work was worth it for the end result.

  6. Amy Mercier says

    I so wish I had your skills. I’m trying my first transfer project today so we will see…

  7. ColleenB.-Tx. says

    WOW! Desk & chair are absolutely gorgeous. Great job.
    We are in process or remodeling our guest bath so sprayer would be really handy.
    Thank You 4 this wonderful giveaway opportunity.
    Enjoy your day; as Today Is A Good Day to Have A Good Day.

    • Larissa says

      tee hee. Thanks, Colleen! 😀 You most definitely will love it. Hugs!

  8. Cindy Brannon says

    Thank you for being here to teach and inspire us!
    Praying still for your health issues.

  9. Liz says

    The desk turned out so beautiful. I love how you get your kids involved in your projects.

    • Larissa says

      Thank you so much, Liz. They are my best cheerleaders! 😀

  10. Becki Zingg says

    I’m always amazed at your projects! I love the stripes. Your spray painter is a wicked cool tool. I’d think I’d use it first on a small, but deep bedside table. But then, like the mouse and the cookie, I would want a pop up spray tent to go with it!

  11. Susie Wilcox says

    What a transformation! You wouldn’t even know it was the same desk. The sprayer would be a welcome addition to my workshop since I still do everything with a brush. What a time saver and professional finish that it provides. Thanks for always having such good give-aways.

    • Larissa says

      It was fun to restore it’s function, but also to give it a feminine vibe. Thank you, Susie. I wish I could give one to everyone! 😀

  12. Lori Sawyer says

    Amazing makeover!! She’s beautiful now

    • Larissa says

      Thanks so much, Lori! I had such fun with dressing it up.

  13. Susan Carter says

    I love to see your beautiful makeovers!! Thank you for sharing!!!

  14. Babette Thurston says

    Hi Larissa,
    Beautiful desk! I’m going to have to get some of those transfers they’re so pretty! Love how you transformed it. My project would be my dining room table. Even though I’m going to get a new table, I would still like to give it a makeover and sell it!

    • Larissa says

      That’s the spirit, Babette! I love your tenacity. 😀

  15. gwen says

    What a wonderful makeover-it really needed it! love the colors you chose and the chair fabric matches so well. This is a HUGE improvement for sad-looking school desk!

    • Larissa says

      I just wanted to have fun playing with it as Mandy did. She and her kids loved it and I did too. Fun to see what inspires folks. 😀

  16. Amanda Pennington says

    What a lovely transformation!

  17. Sandi says

    What a great makeover! Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.
    Blessings!!

  18. Alicia H says

    Love your choice of soft pink accents. So pretty, Larissa! Thank you for sharing your process with us.

    • Larissa says

      Thank you, Alicia. These colors are true to the French Provincial style, so I had to give it some props. 😉

  19. Cheryl Atkinson says

    Larissa, another wonderful transformation. I love the stripes! Thank you for the chance to win this sprayer. I have been wanting one for a long while. It sure would make my life easier.

    • Larissa says

      Thank you for saying so, Cheryl. I truly had a blast with it. Stripes are fun! 😀 You will definitely love the sprayer.

  20. Linda C Johnston says

    I honestly can’t say enough about this desk makeover. Absolutely stunning! That sprayer would make such a difference in my life! I’m praying haaaaarrrrddddd!!!!! lol

    • Larissa says

      Woot! You are so fun, Linda! haha. Thank you for the love and smile. 😀

  21. Diana Segura says

    GASP!! What an awesome transformation! Larissa, there is not enough adjectives to describe your beautiful style and work.

    • Larissa says

      aww…thank you so much, Diana! You made me blush. hugs!!

  22. Lorene Dehl says

    Love how this turned out! I would love a sprayer of my own 😉

    • Larissa says

      Sweet to hear. Thank you, Lorene. You’ll love this sprayer!

  23. Kaleria says

    Hi! It amazes me how you integrate color into your pieces. They come out stunning. Stripes?! On a desk?! And yet… it’s absolutely that’s finishing touch that brings the whole piece to life! Such a talent, Larissa!

    We would use the sprayer for EVERYTHING WE COULD!!! We’d moved into a old house this last July and there are a million projects!!!

    Thank you for your continued efforts to put up this blog while struggling through your personal trials. That is not easy, and I sincerely hope you take all the rest and space you need. We would appreciate you even without your amazing projects! You are a gift!

    • Larissa says

      You are so sweet, Kaleria. Thank you for not only getting my design choices, but also how it is for me on the personal side. I’m happy to share. And…congrats on the home! 😀

  24. Nancy says

    What a transformation! I have an old dresser that I’m in the process of stripping to remake for my grandsons to use. I’ll be sanding next but it doesn’t look like I’m going to find wood to stain it like I had hoped. Using a paint sprayer like yours would insure that I can give it a perfect finish for them.

    • Larissa says

      Thanks! Sounds like you have a sweet piece to work on, Nancy. This sprayer would be a blessing!

  25. lori says

    This piece is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

  26. Patty Soriano says

    Yup! This desk definitely needed a makeover! Makes me wish I still had my childhood desk. Although I’m not a pink girl, this looks terrific and I’d gift it to a gal in a new york minute! As usual, PERFECTION, Larissa!! I’d love the sprayer for a dozen projects I have to do. First would probably be a table I found on the side of the road. Painted blood red, I think it needs to be a flat black/charcoal to cover it up. More tables and chairs in line behind it! Thanks for always doing your best. Hope you are getting good news and you’re feeling good !

    • Larissa says

      Tee hee! Thanks! There are certain colors that are true to French Provincial style and this rose pink is one of them. I had to do it up fun. 😀 I know you’ll put the sprayer to good use.

  27. Michele says

    Wow! What a beautiful improvement!❤️❤️❤️

  28. Doreen says

    OMGorgeous makeover! Love the striping on the side and the matching fabric on the seat!

  29. Mary says

    WOW Larissa! I don’t know that I would have tackled that desk, thinking it had seen better days. You have a gift my dear…this was an absolutely amazing transformation!! Took my breath away when I scrolled down to see the “after”…wow! Love the stripes…everything about it. Thank you so much for your inspiration. Makes me reflect on the work of transformation God does in our lives! 🙂 I have an old dining set with chairs…I think a sprayer would work so well on the chairs, but even the trundle table legs…I’ve always used a brush but watching your use of the sprayer, I am convinced it is time for me to learn some new skills!

    • Larissa says

      You got exactly what I see in something…the way God sees us…never a waste, never too far gone to save. Thank you! Yes, sprayers are a lifesaver with chairs, especially. I hope you win!

  30. Jo-Ann says

    This is one of your most amazing makeovers ever. You are not afraid to tackle anything, you’re fearless !

    • Larissa says

      haha…or am plain crazy! 😀 Thank you so much, Jo-Ann.

  31. Micah R says

    Wow! There was a lot of beauty hidden under that crazy pain job. Looks great!

    • Larissa says

      I’m so thankful Mandy thought enough to let me have some fun with it. Thank you!

  32. Dale Cundy says

    This desk set is exquisite…absolutely beautiful! I can’t wait to try using the decals…the rose happens to be my favorite. I would be so happy to win the spay shelter! Thanks for the opportunity.

    • Larissa says

      Such fun words to read, Dale. Thank you. Yes, roses and French anything go hand-in-hand, don’t they?

  33. valerie theberge says

    Amazing makeover!

  34. Ash W says

    I love the coordinating stripes!
    If I win sprayer, I’d use it on a farmhouse table I got for my family.

  35. Tess says

    Well done! You did the French provincial justice!

  36. Shellie says

    I just redid a pair of nightstands and I sure could have used this sprayer!

  37. MaryAnn Smith says

    I’d paint some night stands that neeed a makeover.

  38. Melissa Storms says

    I have 2 dressers to paint and I think the sprayer would be so much quicker than a brush.

  39. Clara Green says

    Love your transformations. I have several pieces I want to redo and feel sprayer would make job much easier. I have been checking some out and checking reviews but have to get new brakes on my car so can’t afford sprayer right now. Guess it will have to stay on wish list for now. Look forward each week to see ur new projects. Thank you for sharing your fantastic work.

    • Larissa says

      Thank you for the kind words, Clara. It’s the best sprayer I’ve ever owned and I have several of their styles from heavy duty to the Super Finish Max.

  40. Kelly D says

    I love the way your project turned out. I would paint my coffee table.

  41. Toni says

    Wow! What an amazing difference. I love the desk and chair. I’m on the hunt for bedside tables and that’s where I’d use the sprayer.

  42. Carol Prygo says

    Larissa, this is fabulous! I wish you lived closer to me. (Chagrin Falls) There is always so much furniture put out in the trash, it is unbelievable!

    • Larissa says

      Yeah, it can be so heart-breaking to see. So many folks with a need and just need the willing spirit to try.

  43. Terri Hughes says

    WOW, you are a miracle worker for sure. Beautiful.

  44. Ann says

    I ~love~ your project! What an impressive transformation. With this tool, I would first tackle the interior doors of our house. Several of them look like they have seen better days… because they have! There are just so many layers of paint, and whoever lived in this house before us did just a hasty and awful job. We’d get so much use out of this sprayer!

    • Larissa says

      Thanks so much, Ann. Sounds like you’ll put the Super Finish Max to good use. 😀

  45. Sara says

    Such a pretty, feminine and impressive makeover!! Although it’s not exciting my wood garage doors have needed a new paint job for ages and the sprayer would make that job SO much easier!!

    • Larissa says

      Thank you bunches, Sara. It was fun. 😀 Yes, garage doors can be a beast and this would be perfect.

  46. Heidi S says

    Your project looks great! I would refinish our kitchen table if I win this amazing sprayer.

  47. DebP says

    I have a couple of outdoor side table I picked up at an auction. This would be great to rejuvenate them.

  48. Anthony S says

    You did an awesome job! I have an old dresser I’d like to do.

  49. Beth Hern says

    The transformation of that desk is absolutely stunning. I have a dresser that needs a redo and the sprayer would come in handy.

  50. dianne anderson says

    Thanks for the great giveaway! Love how the desk turned out.

  51. meghan says

    Great project! Would love this re-do kitchen chairs!

  52. Jeremy McLaughlin says

    Would repaint our outdoor furniture.

  53. Renee' says

    Wow – did that ever change the look of the desk! I didn’t think you were going to pull this one off. It is really beautiful! I could really use that sprayer! I paint everything I do by hand right now and I would love a sprayer to do furniture with. I have so much furniture stuffed in the back room of my basement! I think I would start with my grandmother’s table. I would sand and refinish the top. The bottom, I would spray a soft ivory. It has beautiful legs on it and a lot of them. I would rather paint them with a sprayer than hand paint them!!!! Thanks for the chance!

    • Larissa says

      Yeah, baby! 😀 I’m so glad you like it. Sounds like you definitely need this sprayer. I love to paint by hand in some instances, but this saves me oodles!

  54. Rachel says

    I would tackle a wainscoting project

  55. Teresa Dalman says

    I have a kitchen table that we are going to refinish, I think that would be my first project.

  56. Erin McSweeney says

    I have a small bookcase that my grandfather made that I would love to redo

  57. Kim N says

    I would use this on two old end tables in my bedroom.

  58. Marie says

    Talk about a trash to treasue night and day transformation, my friend. Love the rose stripes that echo the ticking fabric on the chairs.

    • Larissa says

      Thank you, sweet Marie. I just loved that fabric from before and felt it suited it well.

  59. Geena O'Banion says

    Loved your project choice: I enjoy seeing people be CREATIVE and CHANGE things around them. As far as my project, well a couple of days ago I would have said I would refresh my bedroom. Repaint and renew. However, today I would saw what is most important would be to RENEW and REPAINT the brick fence that now has GRAFFITI.
    Always something new.

    • Larissa says

      Yay! You are a kindred spirit, Geena. Thank you! You go girl…

  60. Darren Scrubb says

    I would spray paint my Garage door.

  61. Roberta Thompson says

    I am renovating an older RV and would love to use a spray gun to paint the walls.

  62. Jeannie says

    I need to spruce up my outdoor furniture. It really is in need of an ‘up-do’ and this sprayer would make it doable for this ole gal.

  63. Wanda B says

    I LOVE your new project. The first thing I would tackle is a desk that I bought at a garage sale last year.

  64. Angelica says

    Woah, that is a huge upgrade!! I absolutely love the end result!! The first project I would tackle is painting my kitchen cabinets. 🙂

    • Larissa says

      yeah, baby! 😀 Thanks so much. The sprayer is THE BEST way to paint cabinets for sure.

  65. Lisa says

    I think this looks so wonderful! I would love to use this for some tables I have.

  66. Cindy Peterson says

    I have a patio set I would like to refurbish.

  67. Dawn says

    That is a stunning transformation! What a beautiful job on that desk. A sprayer would be awesome.

  68. carol clark says

    my new cabinets i think this machine will do the job quicker for me

  69. Sarah Ferguson says

    It looks amazing. The first project I would tackle if the old iron bedstead I had as a child and painting it so it looks nice again for my son.

  70. Janice L. says

    I have a really old table I’d like to do over.

  71. Gwendolyn Jordan says

    Redo my dining room chairs

  72. wendy hutton says

    I have my grandmother dresser that I would love to do

  73. Cole McKinnon says

    My husband gave me a 3-mirror vintage vanity for Christmas. I love it but I could carefully remove the mirrors, sand it and use the HomeRight Super Finish Max Sprayer to make it look gorgeous.

  74. Tony Platz says

    Nice job on the desk . I have a kitchen to paint if you and the kids eravel .Lol

  75. Catherine Robichaud says

    Love the transformation. I have an old dresser that I would love to redo with this sprayer.

  76. Tina W says

    I love the details on this piece! I have a similar set I got from my Dad’s house that I’d love to do in a bright color combo: maybe orange accents on the desk and a bright tropical floral for the chair seat.

  77. Kaycee says

    Hi Larissa, What a mess this piece was, ugh! You really helped her look beautiful again, m,y favorite being the stripes that you added to coordinate with the fabric used on the chair. This is so feminine and pretty.

  78. Lori Padgett says

    Your desk and chair are gorgeous! I have an antique dental cabinet that needs a refresh. That would be my first project if I’m lucky enough to win your contest.

  79. Ginny says

    So beautiful! You are so creative taking furniture from trash to treasure!! I have a few tables that could use a makeover and a sprayer would make the job so much easier. Thank you for the opportunity to win this giveaway!

  80. Jennifer Lynch says

    I love what you did, HUGE improvement!! If I had that sprayer I would put a new coat on some wood furniture I have laying around!

  81. Julie Bolduc says

    I would refinish a dresser

  82. Robyn Bellefleur says

    I think I would tackle one of my dressers first and then one of our tables that we use in our sun-room.

  83. ae minx says

    I’d tackle the kitchen walls. They need a good repainting

  84. maria gentry says

    I have an old bureau I would love to give a make over!

  85. Tracy Martin says

    I found you on YouTube and love your website and Youtube! Spring is beginning to peek through and I can not wait to work on my worn out furniture using the HomeRight sprayer if I win it!
    Your projects inspired me to tackle a bunch of small projects of my own this winter. I am praying for your health and complete healing.

    • Larissa says

      Yay! I’m so glad you found me, Tracy. Glad to have you! I can’t wait to see who wins this awesome sprayer.

  86. Kayla Klontz says

    I would tackle my daughter’s dresser!

  87. Christine says

    Love your style & have been dreaming of a Finish Max forever! I’d start with some rattan I have..

    • Larissa says

      aww…thanks! Rattan and sprayer are an awesome winning combo. 😀

  88. Betty S says

    You have done a beautiful job, I have an old bedroom set that I would love to paint

    • Larissa says

      Thank you, Betty. It sounds like you have a big job that this sprayer would help you immensely on.

  89. Audra says

    So pretty! Love the transfer!

  90. athena graeme says

    The projects look great! We just bought a vintage house and instead of filling it with new furniture, I plan to go garage sale and estate sale hopping to find pieces that match the 1940’s time frame of my new house and give them a facelift. Vintage piece with modern paint!

  91. Tracy Pfromm says

    Sooooo much better! I love how you added the stripes on the side of the desk to match the seat cushion.

    • Larissa says

      I wanted to be as true to the original design a possible. Thanks!

  92. Connie Halverson says

    What a transformation! Beautiful.
    I would use the sprayer on my new front door

  93. Rachel Clarke says

    Your project is beautiful. The first project that I would tackle would be my outdoor furniture, especially my Adirondack chairs. I have a bunch of projects, but with warmer weather coming, these would be on top of my list.

    • Larissa says

      Thank you for saying so, Rachel. 😀 Yes, warm weather is bliss!

  94. LuAnn Rodgers says

    I just used a transfer for the first time, it was so essy. Thanks for the inspiration! I would love to redo dining room chairs and a sprayer would definitely make the job easier.

  95. Jennifer H. says

    I would repaint the dresser set.

  96. Grace S. says

    I hope to refinish a really old bedroom end table for a guest room

  97. Jennifer says

    Wow, what a transformation! My first project would be a cubby set that was in my great Aunt’s kindergarten classroom. I put casters on it and made it into a bench. It’s going to be amazing with a new coat of paint.

  98. Donna Gonzalez says

    I love all the details you put into your projects.

    • Larissa says

      Thank you, Donna. I strive to put a unique touch on each one. 😀

  99. Marlene V says

    I would love to repaint my coffee table and end table in my family room.

  100. Cassandra D says

    I like your new project.
    I would tackle the vanity set with the HomeRight Super Finish Max Sprayer.

  101. Bryan Vice says

    My daughters headboard needs to be redone and re paiinted

  102. Jan says

    Amazing what you can rebuild and make pretty again

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2020-03-21T21:34:13-04:00

~ Laurel

I love it! Larissa is amazing. She listened to what I wanted and then she took care of the rest! This is my second piece I've bought from her and I'm in love! I highly recommend her.

I love this cart, it's exquisite. The item was received in extremely secure packaging, no damage to the item. The delivery person was very professional and courteous. Larissa of Prodigal Pieces is so very amazing. A rating of 10 is deserved. Thank you, Larissa.

~ Stephanie

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2020-03-21T21:39:34-04:00

~ Stephanie

I love this cart, it's exquisite. The item was received in extremely secure packaging, no damage to the item. The delivery person was very professional and courteous. Larissa of Prodigal Pieces is so very amazing. A rating of 10 is deserved. Thank you, Larissa.

I should have left this review MONTHS ago! I absolute love this lunch bag. I honestly carry this 5 days a week. It is the perfect size! Not only can you put your lunch in it, it can also hold your book. I enjoy reading at lunch, so I have all I need in one cute bag. Thank you so much Larissa!

~ Mikki

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2020-03-21T21:43:16-04:00

~ Mikki

I should have left this review MONTHS ago! I absolute love this lunch bag. I honestly carry this 5 days a week. It is the perfect size! Not only can you put your lunch in it, it can also hold your book. I enjoy reading at lunch, so I have all I need in one cute bag. Thank you so much Larissa!

Awww…I love this sweet Cat with an attitude!! SO SO adorable! Well worth the money, and he will become a priceless treasure in my home! Thanks Larissa for always making your ideas turn into true treasures!

~ Sharon

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2020-03-21T21:45:37-04:00

~ Sharon

Awww…I love this sweet Cat with an attitude!! SO SO adorable! Well worth the money, and he will become a priceless treasure in my home! Thanks Larissa for always making your ideas turn into true treasures!

Perfect purchase from start to finish! Absolutely adorable piece so creatively thought out. Packed with the greatest of care with lightening fast delivery. Very customer-oriented and friendly crafter. Could not ask for more! Thank you!

~ Deanna

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2020-03-21T21:52:00-04:00

~ Deanna

Perfect purchase from start to finish! Absolutely adorable piece so creatively thought out. Packed with the greatest of care with lightening fast delivery. Very customer-oriented and friendly crafter. Could not ask for more! Thank you!
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