Parisian Painted Side Table

Happy Hump Day everyone!

It’s a pretty gloomy, rainy day here, but I planned on staying inside to paint anyway.

I’m going to put a roast on the stove and stay in my comfy painting sweats — and may even take a few snuggle breaks with the pups now and then.

I’ve been starting to bring my laptop into my studio while I work, and I have been watching some movies on Netflix. I don’t spend a lot of time picking them out, so I have just been randomly clicking on movies and hoping for the best.

Let me tell you … there are a lot of terrible movies out there, and I have seen three of them in just the past week. If you ever think about watching Rachael Getting Married, Best Man Down or The Kids Are All Right, I have three words for you:  Don’t Do It. They were absolutely terrible. In fact Rachael Getting Married (an Anne Hathaway movie) is one of the worst I have ever seen. I actually shut it off halfway through it, and I NEVER do that.

Just thought I would save you from the 2 hours you will never get back.

Today  I’m trying to finish up a few new projects to take down to my furniture booth tonight, so it doesn’t look so naked.

One of the pieces I just finished was this antique side table.

SideTableBefore

It was in rough shape. The legs wobbled, it was scratched up, and it had a flower decal on the top that was half missing.

I cleaned the piece up, and Topher tightened up the legs. I painted it with a combination of Seaside and Cottage Blue Plaster Paint, and on the top I used Sweet Cream.

Once it dried, I distressed the whole piece. Then I stenciled on the word Paris on the top (along with some decorative scroll and a crown) and then distressed that.

I then coated it with Plaster Paint’s Paste Wax and then buffed it off.

Parisian Chalkpainted Side Table

Parisian Chalkpainted Side Table

Parisian Chalkpainted Side Table

Parisian Chalkpainted Side Table

Comments

  1. Crystal says

    When I saw the title of the movies you had watched, my head was screaming NOOOOO! They are horrible, horrible movies. I love the table. It’s beautiful with the color and the Paris letters on top. Love it!!

  2. says

    Great transformation! I would love it if you joined and contribute your awesome posts at my link party at City of Creative Dreams on Fridays 😀 Hope to see you there at City of Creative Dreams Link Party.

  3. says

    I love the transformation you made to the table! It looks amazing! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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