Did you know that Mill Stores offers custom finishing on indoor unfinished items! We use up to 9 different techniques to finish your great looking Mill Stores real wood furniture to fit in with your home's decor.
Virtually all our ready-to-finish products are built from solid real wood, not particle board or other real-wood substitutes. So why not have the professionals at Mill Stores customize your bedroom, home office, pantry, toy box, occasional table, display cabinet, wood cabinet or any other Mill Store unfinished item for you.
You can "Color It Your Way" with the hundreds of colors and variety of stains readily available at Mill Stores. Make sure to visit our Custom Finish page to see how colors and stains will look. Simply select a product and pick a paint color or stain to see that item finished that way! At Mill Stores, we are reinventing the way to shop for solid wood home furnishings!
And, Mill Stores has even more Custom Finishing options available than we are able to show online! Have something else in mind? Either contact us online or visit your local Mill Stores location near you.
Flower Spinner Bee
Item No. 162-RA05477
The petals of the flower spin around a Bee in the center. Painted with a metallic paint for a brilliant shine. Blue/White
Item Dimensions: 25"H x 8.5"W x 2.3"D Weight: 2.00 lbs
Price: $14.49 End of Season Clearance - 30% OFF! Price: $10.14
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“I spent $10,000 at your store in the last 2 months furnishing a house I just bought. Bryan is the store manager and is the reason I spent so much. Through his fantastic personality, I felt like I trusted him and what he was telling me about your products. He was knowledgeable, personable and enjoyable. I frankly think that this man could sell anything to anyone. I got the sense that I have known him for years although I just met him. You are very lucky to have this talented manager in your store representing The Mill Stores. I have been back twice since my 1st visit in May. ”