Tommy is a big guy. And sturdy. Everyone likes sturdy. But not everyone likes boring, plain and faded wood.
Tommy is a fun loving, jeans and t-shirt wearing kind of guy. And his exterior should match his interior.
He mellows out to Jack Johnson and likes to entertain his friends by playing his banjo around a bonfire down at the beach.
And on any given day you can find him biking down the beach with his rescued golden by his side.
Since my previous bike dresser was such a big hit, and with summer upon us, I thought I would create another. This is a great piece with fine construction. I refinished the top and decided to brighten up the rest of the piece with some paint. Annie Sloan Old White chalk paint is used for the base and I mixed a few colors together to use on the beach cruiser. Of course I had to distress the piece to make it all shabby and beachy. It was then sealed with wax for protection.
His dimension are 66" long, 33" high, and 20" deep. I'll be delivering him to Robin's Egg in a few days where he'll await his new home. :)
I named this piece after my husband who has shown an interest in cycling. I hope he puts miles and miles under his wheels. With or without the golden. Or in our case, a cockapoo. :)
Have a bright day,