One of the first pieces of painted furniture I ever transformed and sold came from one of my aunts. She found this table while out treasure hunting for me one day. It’s painted in one of my favorite colors by Valspar and is a beautiful shade of turquoise blue.
I found this chair at a thrift store a few years ago. I recovered the seat cushion with drop cloth and hand painted the grain sack inspired stripes down the center. Two years, later I’m happy to report the chair is still holding up well.
Welcome to the Something to Talk About Link Party #12! I hope you guys all had a happy weekend. We’re so glad you’re here and linking up with us!
When I spotted this workbench it was weathered, beat up and covered with bits of garden inventory. I had no idea what size it was or how much it even cost. But I knew it would make a great potting station and was inspired by the many worn signs I’ve seen lately created from reclaimed wood that read Herboriste.
I was relieved to find this three-drawer dresser at one of my favorite secret shopping spots called The Warehouse. I had a little bit of paint left over from the nine drawer blue sea glass inspired dresser that I had custom mixed using several Annie Sloan Chalk Paints. I used the rest of the custom mix and altered it a bit to achieve a pale shade of mint green colored sea glass.
If you read yesterdays post, I mentioned my mom and sister helped me find two pieces of furniture to paint a few weekends ago. This 3-drawer nightstand was in fantastic condition and even on wheels. I really liked the style and the wood grain so I decided to add a light wash in Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Country Grey.
A few weeks ago I took the very last piece of furniture I had on hand to my booth at The Pickers Market. My Mom and sister helped me find this buffet one Saturday afternoon. Since the color palate in my booth mainly consists of pale blues, greens, whites and greys, I decide to use Annie Sloan Chalk Paint French Linen on this piece.