Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Drum Table Makeover

Good Morning my Beauties.
I am sure you, like me have quite the busy week ahead.
I am trying to get a bunch of projects FINISHED  before the kids are home for the next 5 days.
One of them was this cute little drum table.

This drum table was one of my very first painting projects that I did when I first started blogging.
It had been in our living room; but when I picked up that fabulous cedar chest yesterday
I knew this piece had to go. (not enough room to keep EVERYTHING) :)

I had picked this table up at goodwill a couple years back. The first time around I had painted it all blue. Over time the top had gotten scratched and I kind of was getting bored with the single color.
So I slapped on some CeCe Caldwells Virginia Chestnut just on the top.
When it was dry I used the clear wax and buffed it up to a great shine.

I love how little bits of blue poke through.

What a difference just changing the top color can make.
I hope you guys have a wonderful Turkey day, and get to spend lots of
time with family and friends.
I myself am so THANKFUL for all of you! I still am in disbelief that
you all come by just to read and look at what I am doing.
You are a blessing to my life and I THANK YOU so much!
Happy Thanksgiving and have a
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reiadm said...

I feel blessed to have found your blog. I not only drop by to read, I also look forward to what you'll write, paint, create next.

Thanks for sharing your world with US! Happy Thanksgiving! Reia from www.southcountrysides.blogspot.com

Laurie | Love Your Surroundings said...

This turned out so beautiful! Wow! I love the blue and the chestnut together! Love, Love, Love!

Tami Michel said...

Awesome top! I thought for a moment it was stained. I'll have to try that color!
Tami @ Curb Alert!

Anonymous said...

looks great , wonderful color combo!

Sandra@Beneath this Roof, Within these Walls said...

So pretty! Much better than all one color. I have done some pieces with paint and a stained top, but not painted like this. Will have to try it!

Unknown said...

Wow! This turned out really nice. I love the two toned finish.

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

I've been using CeCe chalk paint (more antique white but also Turquoise) - love it, beautiful waxed. Your table looks wonderful. Happy Thanksgiving.

Unknown said...

Such a beautiful table. It is just such a lovely little stand out piece and the colour is great.

Unknown said...

The cutest little table! Looks great. Thanks for sharing:)

Unknown said...

What a difference Karin!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous table! I love the blue paint!

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Crystelle said...

You're right: that table is pure art! Nice work! You should be proud of yourself!

hugs x

Be Colorful Coastal said...

Totally rich. I liked it all blue but this is a great look too. Thanks for linking it up to BeColorful.