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We provide custom refinished and repurposed furniture.  We also provide repair and restoration for your favorite vintage or antique furniture.

 

Here at Vintage on the Hill, we strive to find unique pieces that will blend with the décor you wish to achieve in your home.  We can refinish any of our store pieces to match your décor, or if you have a piece of furniture that needs some updating, we can tackle that project as well. 

We strive to meet everyone's schedule on furniture refinishing, so please call to set up an appointment to drop off a piece of furniture you would like us to work on as we are limited on space.  It is our goal to have your furniture back to you as quickly as possible.

 

 

 

Phone

(704) 781-5661

 

Location

3101 HWY 24/27 East

Midland, NC 28107

 

Store Hours

Sun-Mon- Closed

Tues-Sat- 10-5

Custom Builds

A table is a place in the home to gather with one's friends and family.  It is a place to share a meal, and to create cherished memories.  You could argue that it is the heart of every home.  At Vintage on the Hill we take this very seriously.  We want to work with you to create the perfect gathering place for you and your loved ones.  A place where laughter and memories will not be in short supply.  We will walk you through our process letting you design your table from start to finish.  You get to pick everything from materials to finishes.  Give us a call or come by the shop today to let us start your project!

 
This table and bench were created for some of our clients.  The top was stained in a carbon grey while the bottom was painted in a white ash, and then distressed.  We also painted and recovered their chairs to match the finish.

This table and bench were created for some of our clients.  The top was stained in a carbon grey while the bottom was painted in a white ash, and then distressed.  We also painted and recovered their chairs to match the finish.

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Custom creations - Before and after

This was a pretty little buffet that was only in need of a facelift.

This was a pretty little buffet that was only in need of a facelift.

We decided to leave the legs natural, but gave the top a coat of Palace Gray with some light distressing

We decided to leave the legs natural, but gave the top a coat of Palace Gray with some light distressing

Buffet Before and After

Sometimes we get pieces in and all they need is cleaning or just a little touch up.  When using paint, it's okay not to paint the whole piece.  In this case, leaving the front legs and stretcher natural give the piece some interest.  We also changed out the glass hardware for something that would have been a little closer to what would have been on the piece originally.  This buffet has already found it's forever home on the set of Outcast.

This double bow front was in beautiful condition when we brought it in, but the client who purchased it needed it to be lighter to fit her décor.

This double bow front was in beautiful condition when we brought it in, but the client who purchased it needed it to be lighter to fit her décor.

Instead of painting the entire piece again, we decided to leave the top stained and only paint the base.  It gives the piece a great feel and helps the top remain very durable.

Instead of painting the entire piece again, we decided to leave the top stained and only paint the base.  It gives the piece a great feel and helps the top remain very durable.

Double bow front before and after

This style of dresser is very popular for any uses.  I have seen people use them as originally intended, as TV console tables, as vanities, as buffets, and I'm sure I am leaving out some of their uses.  The color combination used on the pictured bow front is a very popular one.  The ivory or cream color softens the look of the piece, while the stained top continues to give the piece it's natural feel.