Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Gourmet Table and Chair Set


I hope you are all having a great day so far.
I wanted to show you a bigger project that I have been working on
and finally finished.

I got this table at Goodwill for $15
It was solid and sturdy, but it had some surface flaws.

So I sanded the heck out of the top and got those smoothed down.

I then grabbed my CeCe Caldwells paint in brown and yellow.
I painted the top with the deep brown
and the legs and base with the California gold.

I then grabbed the two chairs that I had gotten at goodwill for $4.99 each.

I recovered the seats and painted the chairs to match the base of the table.
 

The fun part came when I finally got to use my Silhouette.
I made a stencil that said "gourmet" and painted it on the top before I waxed and buffed it.
 
 

I love how the deep chocolate colored paint makes the top look like a dark stain.

I am really happy with how this turned out, and its another piece that I wish I could
keep in my house!  :)
I hope you all have a BEAUTIFUL day!
In The Old Road

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23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah gurl your hardwork is busting loose here,wowser this looks fantastic!

Shelly Andrade said...

Karin, this is awesome, love the color combination on this!

Laura @ Our Prairie Home said...

Girl! You are a painting machine! You are just busting stuff out left and right. Slow down! You're making the rest of us look bad! LOL!!!!! Looks fantastic!

lifeunfolds.com said...

Beautifully done. Your Goodwill must be a lot better than the ones around me. That table would have been at least $45 and the chairs $25. I'll just have to keep looking!

Kathryn J Cain said...

I am loving this look, and I want some of CeCe brown...I understand no longer called Hershey Brown...really like ..and know what you mean..wanting to keep something. I like the material too....very hip and traditional- I did a table and chair set..and they can kick you .....all those legs and rungs..bet is sells fast..and yeap Our goodwill..table 75.00 and chairs 30.00 each...

Kathryn J Cain said...

Love the look and understand the want to keep....I want some CeCe brown..understand they changed the name not Hershey brown now...and our good will...pricey the Table would be 75.00 and chairs 30.00

Pamela said...

Great project! I am currently do ing a dining set and really have no idea what direction I am going with it. Thanx for coming to the party!

Dewdrop Gardens said...

Wow, it looks fabulous!! I love it, and I can see why you want to keep it. Great job!
Saw you partying at Live Laugh Rowe
Debbie :)

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said...

I just love how that turned out!!!!!!!!!!! I have been craving a re-do around here. Now I'm inspired.

Shari @ turnstylevogue.com said...

Wow, you put a lot of work into that and it shows. I love it.

Justine said...

Wow you got talent!!!! Mind if I ask what kind of wax you use? This piece is gorgeous!!! I've been hooked on your blog all morning. New fan!

Maureen said...

It turned out beautiful! The paint does look like stain.

Athena at Minervas Garden said...

You did a beautiful job with this table and chairs, and what a great price at which you found them--well done! I recently got a little veneer console, and the original plan was to stain the top a dark color and paint out the bottom a lighter color, but the veneer was too thin to sand and stain, so I painted it a rich chocolate brown instead, and I am loving it! Hope to have it done soon, but I got all thinking I would be artsy and decided to go crazy with the door paint, and after I did the first one realized it was all wrong, so have to start over with primer on that one and do it again! I don't always know if I will like it until I see it on the furniture! But it should be ready pretty soon.

Lisa said...

Ooohhh...love this! So gorgeous!

Jocie@TheBetterHalf said...

I love this! another great furniture piece.
You totally made my morning to wake and see that you had joined our link party! Thanks so much!

Aramelle {One Wheeler's World} said...

What a beautiful transformation. Lovely!

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(Visiting from the Simply Creation's Link Party)

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

Well your hard work has really paid off, and what a great transformation you've done. I'm surprise I would of thought it was stained! The work you put in to it shows, so very pretty! Thanks for sharing your inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

Mama of 2 Badgers said...

WOW! That is amazing, what a find! You must have a lot of patience to sand the entire table, with the detail on the legs and all.
Great work!!!!

Crystelle Boutique said...

You are so right! This is gourmet to my eyes! Beautiful!

Crystelle
http://www.crystelleboutique.com

Thyme Lule said...

I love it. Super love the print you used on the chairs.
Found you from the hop.
Following you now, would love a follow back!

14sixty.blogspot.com

Good Time Charlie said...

So gorgeous, love the fabric on the chairs too!

WTFab said...

You did such a fab job on this! Saw you linked up on a few blog hops. I’d love for you to link up on my blog hop and add mine to the list! www.w-t-fab.com/search/label/bloghop

CreativaCale said...

Great job!:)))