Monday, April 16, 2012

End to End

I'm loving this pleasant weather.  It's allowing me to get out and get some things painted.  I found these two end tables at a resale shop recently.  Cute?  Yes.  Forgettable?  Yes!  


Nothing that a little paint can't fix!

I gave them two coats of ASCP Old White.

Then a coat of clear wax and dark wax with some distressing thrown in.

It sure helps to show off the detail on the legs!

Now the pair is in the shop!

I think I've found the antidote for "forgettable."

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23 comments:

chateau chic said...

Your end tables really POP now! What a fabulous transformation.
Mary Alice

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

How great that you found a pair and both in good condition, Cyndi! I love the look. Did you leave the original stained parts on the top and drawers then or add to them? It actually looks darker in the after pictures. Maybe the Old White makes them appear that way.

Debbiedoo's said...

Very beautiful job! I love these little tables. Thanks so much for sharing with the newbie party.

amy of the salvage collection said...

they look fabulous!

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

what a cute pair! i love the contrast!

Creative Raisins said...

Wow, such a nice transformation

Jamie said...

I absolutely love what you did with these tables! They're completely memorable. :) I would really like to find a cute pair like these. ~ Jamie

Tumblestone Handmakery said...

Beautiful as usual! Just wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Liebster award and posted it on my blog :)
Here is the post, go have a look, I hope you dont mind!

http://tumblestonehandmakery.blogspot.ca/2012/04/i-have-been-handed-liebster-blog-award.html

Gypsy Heart said...

Hi from a fellow Texan!
Just found your blog via Debbiedoo's and so glad I did. Love these tables ~ wish I had one of them. Perhaps one day I'll make it back to Abilene. :-)

You're very talented and I look forward to seeing more of your creativity. I'm now following.

Stop by and say hi when you can ~
Pat

Our Delightful Home said...

Amazing transformation! Love the color combination!I would also love for you to link up to my Linky Party via: http://ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com/2012/04/live-linky-party-10.html

Mrs. Delightful
www.ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com

Amy Fountain said...

Very gorgeous pair! Beautiful color combination as well.

Beth said...

These are definitely NOT forgettable now! I would love to have them in my own home.

Candy said...

How cute. Love the combination of the stain with the white paint.

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karen@somewhatquirky said...

Very nice. You're right they were nice but forgettable. Unforgettable now!

Decor & Harmony said...

Oh these are the best :) Great style and transformation!!

Tisha said...

I love those tables - especially how you left some of the wood dark. Thanks for linking up!

Toodie said...

Love your projects and posts! I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award. Please check it out on my blog. http://scrappinmyhydeoff.blogspot.com/2012/04/im-versatileim-versatile.html

Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon said...

I love the two-tone look. So so pretty! Thanks for sharing!

Take care,

Trish

Meg said...

They were really nice before, but are gorgeous after! Amazing transformation!

Thanks for sharing them with us on Show Off Saturday!

XO

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Oh how pretty! I'm loving the two-toned look! Nicely done once again!

Ann@StylishOnceAgain said...

Look like some Bombay tables I have, now they look like one of a kinds (or two of a kinds):). Great job, I featured you on Restyled Sundays this week.

gail said...

you did a great job on your pair of tables!!! I love that you left the natural color... I'm such a huge fan of stain and paint.
gail

Tausha said...

I love, love your end tables! Love that you kept some of the original color and then painted the rest! LOVE it! can't wait to dig around your blog a little bit more. I am sure that you have all sorts of fabulousness!
Have a happy week!
Tausha
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