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286 Sunset Park Drive
Herndon, VA, 20170
United States

Martha Leone Design. A furniture redesign company specializing in turning each piece of furniture into a sophisticated statement piece with the use of paint and design. This approach produces versatile pieces that are relevant, even as your taste evolves over time.

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Martha Leone Design: The blog is where I share thoughts on the creative process and share lots of pictures of each finished piece of painted furniture. Critiques are always welcome!

A study in light on a Johnson-Carper Tallboy

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These pictures were taken over a 30 minute span in the morning. It was amazing to watch the light move across the sculptured drawer fronts of this mid century piece. Here are the photos (not in chronological order). PIN YOUR FAVORITE!Tailfin1 at MarthaLeoneDesign

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This Johnson-Carper tallboy was beautiful before I painted the frame except for the formica top which was scratched. So, it was painted in a gray to compliment the veneered drawer fronts.

Process Sanded the frame then primed with two coats of primer. The only paint I use on mcm pieces is Benjamin Moore Advance because of its self-leveling properties.

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If you're trying to track down information about a particular mid century piece, ask Mr. Modtomic. He will probably have an answer for you. 

This piece is available in my etsy shop... but not for long! These types of pieces go fast! SOLD

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